Ultrasonic Cleaning Technology and Contents Restoration
When ultrasonics was first introduced to the restoration industry back in 1999, the cleaning results were initially mediocre. However, after continuing research and development, those results have improved considerably. Today, with advanced equipment, specifically engineered chemicals and professional hands-on training programs, ultrasonic cleaning has evolved as the preferred and most effective method of successfully processing items suffering damage from fire, smoke, soot, sewer and water.
Other contamination issues such as mould, heat scale, and oxides are easily resolved using the ultrasonic process and metal parts that have acquired rust as a result of water damage can usually be restored to their original condition.