Ultrasonic Blind Cleaning
Simply explained, ultrasonic cleaning is a process that uses
sound waves to agitate and help loosen soils. The
ultrasonic blind cleaning equipment consists of a stainless
steel, two-compartment tank: one side is for cleaning, the
other side is for rinsing.
Beneath the cleaning tank are transducers, connected to a
generator emitting high frequency sound waves (40,000 cycles or
more per second) through the water. The sound waves split
the water molecules, creating microscopic bubbles that are
actually vacuums (this is called cavitation). The bubbles
form and then collapse, and coupled with the action of the
cleaning solution, loosens the soil in every part of the item
being cleaned, including the head rails, cords, string ladders
or tapes, etc.
The item to be cleaned is immersed in a water-based cleaning
solution in the cleaning tank, then goes into the rinse tank.
Ultrasonic Cavitation Bubble
- approximately 1 mm diameter
Clean Drapes & Blinds! does NOT
use ultrasonic cleaning for ANY fabric window treatments.