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||Aoyue 9050 Ultrasonic Cleaner
Product Number: B51000CF
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||1 Ultrasonic Bath
||£29.99 available from
also 50ml Concentrated Ultrasonic Cleaning Solution Product Number:
B51000UC Price £ 2.50
Easy clean-up of parts, removes resin dust from panel lines quickly,
degreases and removes release agents.
Reviewed by Jay Laverty
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New from Cammett comes an Ultrasonic Cleaning Bath,
perfect for a variety of jobs and many modelling applications. The
concentrated cleaning solution works as a degreaser.
The Cleaning bath operates with two optional settings, 30 watt and 50
watt. Both settings run on a cycle of 90 seconds in which time the
immersed piece is cleaned using the ultrasonic vibrations produced. To
test this particular one, some resin wings from the Montex Boomerang
project I am currently working on were used.
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After mixing the cleaning solution with 1 part solution
8 parts water, and turning the machine on to the 50 watt setting, a wing
from the Boomerang was inserted. After sanding the surface and polishing
it to a smooth finish there was a great deal of resin dust inside the
panel lines which generally means allot of time spent scrubbing it out
using a toothbrush. After 90 seconds in the bath all of the lines were
cleared and any remaining release agent gone.
Multiple parts could be added to the bath at once should you need to
do so, and just about any agent could be used in the tub, depending on
what you were looking to clean. I imagine you could even pour Coke in it
to clean coins, if you wanted to!
After my initial scepticism about the actual usefulness of an Ultrasonic
Bath, I am now fully convinced about it's abilities, and I will be
regularly using mine now to clean parts, along with a regular thorough
cleaning of my airbrush, as the Ultrasonic cleaner will definitely get
into parts of the airbrush that I wouldn't be able to myself.
Phone: 01544 388514
and Images Copyright © 2007 by Jay Laverty
Page Created 25 October, 2007
Last updated 24 December, 2007
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