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               Cleaners
      Ultrasonic
Mo d e l s 1 5 10.2510.351055r 0 85' a




                Manual
       Operator's
      www.Bransonic.com
                         cPN-214-142
                         Rev.B




   Ultrasonic
            Cleaners
Models1510,2510,  5510,
              3510,   8510




    Ogcreto/s lanual
    rw-Eranaonic.cofll
                                    Warranty

UltrasonicCleaners,whenusedin accordance   w(h manufaclureas
 nskuctrons undernorma use.are guaranteed two yearsafter
           and                                 for
date of shipment. Withinlhe peflodquaranteed  Branson   Ullrasonics
Corporaton I repaI or replace
            w                 freeoi charge al rlsso e d screlionall
                     beca!seof nrale'a or workmansh not
partsthatare defective                                 p.
Incudingcostsfor removrng or nsla nq parts

The lvanufsct!rersrab 1!' \!helherbasedon warraniy.           or
                                                     neglrgence
othercause ansrng ci and or -c denla lo sale useor operatlon
                     oul                                       ol
lhe transdlcer ements or an! pad thereofshaI nol In any caseexceed
               e
                                                         and
lhe cosl of repar or repacernent the deleclve equrpment. such
                               ol
reparr repacernenl I be tfreexclusrve
       or              sha               remedy the purchaser
                                                ot
and In no casesha the rnanufaclurer responsible anyand/or
                                    be           for          all
conseq!entral  or ncldenta damagesIncl!drngwrthoul          and/or
                                                   lmitation.
               a
a I consequent damages          out
                           ansrng of commercral  losses


                                I        CAUTION ,

.    Do nol place parts or conlainersd rectlyon the bottomof lhe
     cleanng tankiuse a trayor wrre1r)  suspendteans
.    Do not allowlhe solulron drop
                              to     morelha. 3 8 nch be ox lhe
     operatrng evel Inew(h the c ea"e'of
.    Do not everuse a coho ras' _. ' ' ;^ ^ :: : i_ , _> la _g so
     CO Ua CaUSe a I r e or e ( !   -:      ,_'          , . : r - : , :: : I : - : ! . S
                                                                                 -
.    Da -oi _se       -e.a
                  -                               -..-      -:-.-a.a-,
                   Contenta


Front   WARRAI{TY
Covtr

t       Sriaty Prrcautions

3       Introductlon
        Ultrasonic Cleaners
4       Accasaories
4       Unpacking  YourCloaner
4                YourCleaner
        Installing
5       Equipment        cations
                   Sp€cifi
6       Hor/Ultrasonic CloanlngWorks
7       Operatlng YourClaaner
                 Your
        Operating MTor MTH    Cleaner
10               Your
        Operating DTHCleaner
14              Your
        Draining Cleaner
't6     Optimizi.EYourCleaner
't8     Applizlbo Hints
19      Clering frbhods
2'l     CleaningSolulions
21      Trcub|!.hoo0ng

2a      SorvlccCcnto]!
                         SatgttfPrscau ons

B€fo€ usingtour Ultrasmic Cban6.. pbase read and thoroughly
undgrStaMthgsosafotyF€caulirrs. Failureto follorvthgm mEyrgsultin
ssriousp€r8onalinjuryo. propgrtydamaos.


fo.wtd!/rE&dt'p.,c

  Oo unpluglrc.n Frc.3.rft.  b!h! l-rg q qnpayiro thq ftk.
  Do ke6p lt|6 drbd pqd fd lha rts rqrd tE dsle do6n and
  dry - wip6 up sdrbn *idr lgiar oy{ tro H( bii. W€b. and high
  voft69ecan cau86eloatit rhod(.

  Do not opdat6 tho dsEa wilhod propgrgrolnding.
  Do not rsr|oys tha g.qndiE p|ong o.l lhe line cord plug.
  Do nol diaasoanbb looa d6an6a- high \roltagsinsito thg dean€r is
  oarEoro6.
                  th6
  Do nol imm€a8o doanor in wetor.


fo p.t   t a p.,.ot'.t .tr&r   Nppqty da/','o9;
. Do oogratethg d€angr wlth a v€ntodcov€l or no cover.
. Do us€ wator-bas€dsolutirns.

  Do not ev€l uao alcol|ol,gssolingor llahmabl€ soludons. tking so
  coi.rldcaus€a fi|E or erplo€bn and will voll )/oury,arranty. Us€ only
  wat6r-bas€d  solutions.
  Do not ov6r usg min€ralacidg. Thg6scoolddamagoth€ tank.
  Do not loi&h th€ sl,ainl€ssst€61tEnkor deening solution- th€y rhay
  be hot.
  Oo nol aloyvfuid temp€r6tu.6to €xca€d70eC( 16(PF).
  Do .d pbc. tour fingorsor haMs into ths tank while th6 d6aner is
  Sr-!,      O(iE so may calsg dlscorniodand possibleskin iEitatirr.
  ld     6rEl dh solutionsand Drovlde      adeouaigwnlilation.
  Do rU r- dtr|s        containingchbino bl€a.fi.




                          I l-t     Prtc.u$ort
To paevana
         damaga to the cteaner:

. Do changeyoursolution
                      regularly.

. Do not covd vents on the cover.
. Do notoperaie cleaner
                the         dry.
. Do notplacapartsor containers                     of
                                 directly lho botlom lhe cl€aning
                                        on
  tank;usga trayor wirelo suspend               to
                                   items-Failurg comply  m€y
  causetransducer  damage wll voidyourwaranty.
                           and
. Do notallowthe solution dropmorethan3/8inchbglow
                         to                            th€
  operating                                         to
           lev€llinewithhealor ultrasonics Failure comply
                                          on.                may
  causetransducer  and/orheater  damage wllvoid yourwaranty.
                                         and




                      2 S.l.ty Prscaullont
                          Introduction


UltrasonicCleaners

Th s |ne of ullrasonrc eanersIncuCef !€ rncders th s zes rangtng
                      c                         \rr
from 1/2gallons3/4galons 1 1 2 ga'ans 2-1 2 garonsand 5 1 2
gallons Eachmodelrs construcled ng durabrend!stfiat
                                  us                      style40kHz
transducersTheseprovrde     Increased eanrng
                                     c        powera ong ,,!rth lt In
                                                                bu
sweep frequencyto ensure unrformclean ng act v ty througholrt bath
                                                              the
The 1/2and 3/4 gallonmodelshavea molded p In therrnms to facrlrtate
                                            d
emplyingof so ution from the tank The lhree larger sizes have burlt n
drainsand are slpoled withtank drarn kils Eachmode can be
purchased threed#ferenl
           In                       ons
                           configurat -- witha Mechan Timer
                                                          cal
(MT) wilh a [,{echan TimerplusHeatl[,4TH)and
                     cal                           wth DiqrtaControl
olusHeatand Tirner   (DTHI




                .
                  -'un t or refiIrt wth freshsolulion. warrn.r.::
                                                     use
                -" r" the healer(pressthe HEATswitch rf ava :i: :
                ' :: i 'ess SONICSor rolatethe Timer) add:-.i .:
andthes:-    -*   _:i _.i-cklyto lemperature




                         3Introduction
AccassorLs Fof Your Cleaner

Optionalaccessories
                  includeregular beaker
                               and     positioning     solid
                                                 covers,
and perforated    trays,meshbaskets beakers.
             insert                and


UnpachingYourClaaner

Pleasochsckyourcl€aner its carloncarefullyfor e)dernalor
                       and                   any
      damage.lf you lind drmag., contactyour shippingcairler
intemal
lmmedlataly,before         your
                  contacting distribulor.Pleaseretainyour
packaging futureuse.
        for


        ng
I nsaalli Your Cloaner

Checkthe plateon lhe backof lhe cloaner coneclpower
                                        for
requirefients.
             Positionyourcleaner  withineasyreachof a standard
grounded         outlel. Do not placethecleaner a circuit
         electncal                             on         which
couldbecome  overloaded.

It yourcleaner              congctiy, referlo th6lroubl€shooting
              doesnol operate        lirst
section possible
        for              or      an
                   causes, contact authodz€d service     listed
                                                    center
                        for       information.
at the backolthis manual, additional




                         4 lntroduction
Equipment Spec I ic at ion s

                             Overa      W e ght     Max       Heater rtaar.
                             S ze                   Inpl l
                                                    P ow er




                 L q5
                 j,!
28rr                 55      ili   r2
                 D.1         D |5
                 L 115       L 16                                     -3!r
    r1 L         !t   €      rl  2                                    t3a
-                D6                                                   135
2129a            L ' ,1 5   iL t s -l    rrs      -n : w      Lr
9 5r Lr          t 95                                         28,1
                 o6'         D 1.15                           284
5- l 2 ! r




                                        NOTE
.    Al n i o a e s -:.-:
      n DTH . !: -:':
     120V ':'      a' i: : :: - .   :.rr.j
     A ceenersfrale CSA a!i-"-, ; j^r r'-- l
      A 224i Jn ts nreetCE sla-i.i-:s
     ' InCcalespower eves for LIT LITHanCDTF
     Unrts causeGF protecled els Io lr p
           !,!                    out
     A I unrlshavea groundeakage   currenl lessthan 50ma
How Ultrasonics Cleanlng Works

Ultrasonic soundis soundtransmitled frequencies
                                   al          generally beyond
the range human
          of       hearing.In yourultrasonic
                                           cleaner,         sound
                                                   uftrasonic
(sonics) usedfor cleaning
        is                hale als and parts.Thisis howit works:


      ,.-:-\
     //           rr
                                    As lhe soundwaves  fromlhe
                       -l           lransducer       lhrcugh
                                               radiale      the
                                            in
                                    solution thetank,theycause
                                    altemating and lowpressures
                                               high
                                    an solution.
                                       lhe




                                     During lowpressure
                                            the            stage,
                  t\                         ot
                                     millions micrcscopicbubbles
                                     formandgrow.Thisprocess   is
                                     calledCAVITATION, meaning
                                     "tormalion cavities".
                                                of

                       I




                                    Ounng h€h pressur6
                                          lhe               stage,
                                    the bubblescollapse,or'imdode"
                                    releasngenofinous  amounts   of
                                    energy.Theseimplosions like
                                                             act
                                    an armyof tinyscrubbrushes.
                                    Theyworkin all directions,attack-
                                    ingev€rysurface invacling
                                                    and           all
                                    rec€sses openings.
                                            and




                            6 lntroduction




                                                         -{;r#
                                                g
                                    Oper a t in Y o u rCle a n e r
lf ths slh.'-.                --..:-     r_. _i-rt:.ieaner.pease
SeClo. : f - ' _, ' r i    ai. a' a - : a , ,   :.a-..

OperattngYout MT or MTH Cleaner

                                                MT Cteaner




                          of Controls
Control                       Function
                              Acttvales healto 60oc max mum
                              NOTE Referto pagesT6 and 17 fof fLr.ther
                              ':-f oerature
                                          informat on.
                                                cs
                              - "etesUltrason and SelS me. I
                                : : rurnunilotf.
                                      .kwrsefor var abletime0 60 m ns T._
                                       _r.kw lo holdpost on for conlnL. .-
                                            se




                                     7 Oo€ratingYour C eaner
Belors You S'in Cteanlng

                           ! crurror !
. Do not place partsor containersdirectlyon the botlomof the cleaning
  lanks;usea lrayor wheto suspend    atems.
. Do notallowth€ solution droprnorethan3/8 inchbelow
                          to                              the
  operating levellinewithth€ cleaneron.
. Do noteverusealcohol,   gasoline flammable
                                  or            solutions.Doingso
  couldcausea fireor explosion.  Use  onlywater-based solutions.
. Do nol everuse mineral                             lhe
                          acids. Thesecoulddamag€ tank.

   Failure comply
         to                     wrllvoid
                withthesecautions       yourwarranty.

        Action
        Selectyourcleaning      (refertopage23lor solution
                         solution
        effecls on metals).
        Allowing thevolume the padsyouwillb€ cleaning
               for          of                         and
               solution, lhe tankwth wam tapwaterto the
        cleaning       fill
                  level line (one Inch from the
        Addcleanrnosolution the tankwal€r.
                           to
                      into
        Pluathecleaner a         d6d outlet.
        Formaximum            referto page16,'Optimizing
                    efficiency,                        Your
               b€fore
        Cleaner"

                                NOTE:
lf thisis thefirsttimeyouare running clsaner, if Jlou
                                   the          or      havechanged
cleanhgsolution.    youmustdegaslhe solution.lf not,skipto "Crertrrg
Itams"




                     t OperatingYour Clcaner




s,                                                         ffi
Step    Action
        T U T N E H E AT ON (MTH C E A N E T V )
              Ih                           ON
  2     Turnlhe TlN,lER 5-10and el the c eanefrunto allowlhe
                      lo
        solLrtron degas .
                to
        NOTE: Referto Daqe17 ior nlormatron deaass
                                            on        na


Cleening ltems

NOTE: To stopulkasonics any trme lurn the T MER to zero
                      at


       Set lhe Tll\,4ER the amount timeyouwishthe temsto be
                      for          of
       cleaned
       P ace the tems nlo a basket perforated
                                            tray or beakersn a

        l l J s rn g b e a k e .s a. a sa c tra! add cl eantngso utronto beakers
       or lr a, / I o c o! er i6e l 9 ^ - s
       Slowly lo$er tre r.a. a. a::":.s -1. tl-etank Do nol a or
            lo         the
       rtems contacl la-x:::::-         1, ^:l51r1hesoula-
       When rtems cean slowlv':^ ,,::.e- Jrcrn a e;_;
                   are                                lhe
       Rinsethe c ean rlemsw(1"a ea- re:r. .--- a-vll-e '




                          9 Op.raling Your Cleaner
OperaaingYour DTH Cleaner




           ol Conarols
          Function
          Pressio aclrvate/deactrvalg         to th€ cleaner.
                       sElEcr oPrtoN andsettheLEDDisplay
          lttEi6-u oress
          for$; seLcted       press activate
                        ootion,   to       HEAT   TEMP)
                                               (SET
          SoNICS(SETSONICS)    and/orDEGAS (SETDEGAS
                                                 ultrasonics
          iMica6ilndicacs temperaiuie, temperaturc'
                  thetank            set
                                depending yourSELECT
          bmeor degastimesetting.        on
           OPTION choice
         Fseo ,n coniuncrron SELECT
                           wittr        oPTloN to setor clear
 CLEAR theLEDdrspray.   Press  CLEAR  DISPLAYIo          LED
                                                  clearthe
 OiSPLAY drsplay OO PressSETDISPLAY
                to                        to reachyourselection
         Wffi;essed fcrgEs through Function
                                      lhe                  This
                                                  Indicators
 OPTION allows vouto checkor setlhe tanktemperature sel
                                                     and
           ultrason( cleanrngor degas lrrne
                                                           Continued..




                    t0 OperatingYouaClean€.
Conlrol
            - ,:.ts n d tc a l elhe opt on sel ected bt :' :i :   - j
            C PT O N .
            SOLUT ON TEI\,4PDisplayscurrenl ut._ t.' a
                                            so             ',
            75"C 4oC)
            SETTEf,4PSel tanktenrr-.e'al!.e
            SET SONTCS ! treso. - 1
                       Ser                     ..: - ns 6 0 mrn s
                                     -e
            d e fa u l l )
            SETDEGAS
            oelaut)
                                                                  _.    _::n sel
            HE A TONE :n drcal esheal ) acl .a:€-.-:
                      l
            SETTEIVP


Befote You Start Cleaning




          the c ean ng sa .-:                                       :
                                                        - :roeralrnrj :




          a " : l h ! ::-     ::a :S   F-..13.   ':




                             ll   Oo€ratingYour Cleaner
                                 NOTE:
lfthis is thefirstlimeyouare rlnningthe cleaner. if youhavechang€c
                                               or
cleaning            you
           solution, mustdegasthe solution lf not,moveto Sett/tg
Operatihg   Paamelers.


         Action
                             lf         use
         Degas 5-10minutes. necessary, SET/CLEAR
               for
                                        degastimeis 5 minutes
         DISPLAY alterthissetting.Default
                  to
         NOTE: Reter to                    on
                           17for information d




                 Pe.ameters

                      Thecleaner nowin Sel Timemodewitha
                                  is
                      defaulllme of 60 mins.lf necassary,use
                      SETi CLEAR           to
                                   DISPLAY alterthissetting.
                      PressON/OFF    onceto activatelimed
                      uMasonrcs.
                      To setthe tanktemperature, pressSELECT
                      OPTION   untiltheSETTEMPLEDlights.     Then
                      pressSETDISPLAY alterth€ setting
                                         to                untilthe
                      LEDdisplay          the
                                  indicates tanktemperalure    you
                      wishio maintain. PressON/OFF    onceto
                      activateheat. Theheatindicator  li
                      To monitor solution
                                 the        temperature, press
                      SELECT   OPTION   untillheSOLUTION   TEMP
                                                 wll
                      LEDlghts TheLEDdrsplay Indicate       the
                      actua temoeralureof lhe so ulion.




                    12 OporatingYour Cloener
Cleaning ltems

                                          ll
                            ' CAUTION '
    Do not placepadsor contanersdrrect on tr': :ol l o- :
                                         y                               -i ci eanrng
    lank lse a trayor w.e to s-sire-l !' s
    Do not alovl lne so .r        :
    o p e ra l n g l e v e In e !!tl l ,!   :-:-
.   D o n o l e v e r u s e a l c o h o ,oas: -.                         U. ng
    couldcausea fireor expos .-
.   Do not everlse mineral cs
                          ac

    Farure 10cornplywith

NOTE         se ect s!: T .r. the. rress o\




               ' '.r:!Ml                 ?:!c                    - .
                                I I' r' s l ow l v' -^         .I    -
               -:a s o -
     6         o           .o        .
                     "                         ^r!       -,   ^df.




                                 13 Op€ratingYour Cleaner
   To tepeata timed cleaningcycle              -. riN OFFoncewh le In lhe
   Set Sonr.sflode Th s r,,,                       .'  '.ra n in nrerioryunl
   resetor yo! tr r' .ff th

   fo reset u,trasorlcs tt.,e dunng a cleantngcycle a-.i: aN OFF
   :_:::.-:jsE-L,-       :'-'...  r r'reSET Sar\ :S .:D lhrs Tr
                  pressS:- I SPLAYlo y.r.r des fe. :et] ng To
   i:: :i:::    E pressa-!AR DISPLAYrrecs SEr I SPLAYto set
   lhe t     l_?'pressC\i)FF._.ct...<1,-.:    ' . re
         -?
   To monitor the solutton                     : . : : - a : r a N -f r
                                                             ''.    ] ::   :-   l -.
                                                       :      __-
                                                                       ,:er!


D .a - ' l   /a 0 . C -: . t




tr                                 WARNING !
                                 . . . lh c . o a n . r n wa le r
                                -.
                                    . rfomrnapower         so!rce

             Modelsdo nol h.,,r ,                      :.:-a:hE -dented srde
             '- poLrr !lsara
                    Ine       r                            -: ,- t nnse l he
             -lh y and ret ,.




                           t:l Operat'ngYour Cleaner
        and   qallon
1t2.2-112 5-112     modelsncluoe :-: . a^ I . alvekrl
                                a


      Plac elhe c leaner al o w e a s y r e a c ho l l h e d r a . r - 5 e r . l . a i : :
                       lo                                                                     i I jposa

       Removetlie lhread prole.l i9 cap irom lhe end .1 :rre. ea.€'i s drarnprpe
       1 .r - ^   e ,Do \- 1 1 "^                                        .         l   F<l Fredds
                                                                                   '
       Handt ighlen he dr a. r . i c - i " : . : F Ec . . . p p e . :
                    t                                                              . !hte tenon ea!n9
                                                                                                 s
                                               _:: i
       lape FLns h1ghle. . ! l i ! . a . t                 -s ig.          :i-:a5eo.a2lmm
       wenc h Tr glr t en r €! a ! e - .
                        lr                                               - - n '. 1 ! s . q l h € w r e . c f
       unt lhe handle s o. loP
                                                          _....-:.           ::-ri
       CAUTO N' ov er lghr e n , n g . r 'r . r . i
       iank . Alway sus e t ef lo ns e a n g r a ; i : i s e a n l ; ; i i r . 5 l r e r ; :      -:.ilr
       sla ness sleel f retighten or refr _l :' tfredra,n '3 e€ s r€qL ren
                                     nq




                              .      o' 1"".9      t^e ra.o'o pe pFld          t J Io lra rc rc
                                   'dd,loIl * r.otnor              looD"rt\dr,"rtdd                  '
                    : , - ' ' i _r _l e s o i h a l t s i n o e w i l ht h e v a l v e
                                 -




                            '15 Op€rating
                                        YourCleaner
WitgYouCteener
                               Tanks
Cbrnirg - dleck                         whenever change
                 thetanklor contiamrnation      l/'ou
                     remove
solution lf necessary,                                 cloth
                             contaminanls h a nonabrasNe
                                        w


€rrdtlrng - ah,va)E unplugthe cl€ansr beforeemptyingthe tank. Empty
tho solutioninto a wastedisposalunit.

Frrn g - always
              unplug linecordbetore
                     the                     the
                                      filling tank. Fillthe
cleaner the
        to   operating                                      in
                      level(oneinchfromthetop withbeaker/tray
place)usingwarmtapwaler.

to' sorrrlior,evd - ffll causethe cleaner fail. Whenyou€move
                                        to
rE vy d h.r&yioadstrqn the cleaner.lhe solutionlevel may drop below
tr Ad-ilrrg led It so be sure lo r€plac.e solutionand dsgas,if
                                         losl
ioc6sty. deperld€ or1ttle amountused.

Overroad- do rEarlat ary (ems on lhe tank bottom. Weighton th€ tank
bottomdampe.Esarrd dr6.gy and will causedamagoto the tranaducer
Instead. a tay ando. b€aker
        use                    positioningcoverto support
                                                        allilen9.
                             lhe             and
Allowat leastone inchbelwe€n lankbottom the beaker        or
          for
receotacle adeauate   cavitation.

Coye.s- allowlhe cleaner heatup fasler, a highor
                         lo           to       tgmperaturo,
                                                         and
avoid€xcessive                  Holvever.
               liquidevaporalron.                th€
                                       obstrucling cov€rvenls
wrllcausethe cleanerto overheal

                               Tdn!.ntu't
,-aia - the heatermay causesome dscoro.-aDon the tank wall. This
                                                of
6 rb.mal and will not affecl the perforrn& oatE un{

sorrrdoa - the lastesl melhodlo heal rlou €€r   6 lo llll wilh warm
solution, heat.ultrasonics
        uss                  (which abo &     heat).
                                                   anda covor.

Approrimatestabilization           rror Llraso.ricsand hoat running
                        temp€ratures
continuously:

MTH/DTHcleaner wilhoul a cover 5C
MTH/DTHcleanerwilha cover 6v
                                                            comnuec!...



                     16 OpsradngYour Cleaner
Over temperature protection (DTH only) - the c eane'     sr-::-*.  ar
                                                     ^ ofi
75"Cand the LEDdisolav blink'75 . Turnthe cleane. ana a low I
                          will
lo cool down. For a faster cooldown.replacesome of the warm so ut on
wrlh cold solutron


                                           Solution

                                                                 rily
Solulion activity - ll,,eamount of v s b e actrvily s not necessa related
                        lor
to optimum cavitation cleanrng

Degrssirg - fresh solutionsconlain many d ssolvedgases (usualy arr).
whichreduce  effectlve         aciion Athoughsolutons
                      ultrasonic                        wrllnaturally
degasovert me. usingDegasmodespeedsLJp degass process
                                             lhe       ng
Solutions havebeensitting
        that                         for
                              unused 2,1hoursor ongerhave
reaDsoroeosome gases

Heal- rncreases chemca aa:, :. :'
              lhe                                     ean ng solltrons

Surtacetension can be'e:-:.r                 :. ::: __a !l on lo lhe :a:-
                                                         so
Reduced surface
              lensro                             :a. lal :_ -le's :, a'a.'-.-   -
cleaning.

Sorvenls' neve'-sr !:
!n d e r l h e c l e a n e ' r.- i ' i

Renewal te; a:a ::i_ _: ;: -::_s :ie- :: -:':a-,:-:;:_     -
cleanrngacr,:. :,':-!     :3.:--osl:_e--s           :=:,-:
                                                ^
deplelea.,€' : -i  S- -::_s 3^ becomeac.la- 'a:e: .:_ s-s::':ed
sor pda.-- a' ' .l:-e:a_rbollo*       '_h0l-E-l'asc.cacl
                                                             ,.




                                               YourCleaner
                                    17 Op€rating
Appltctalon Hin.s

                           I crurpx !
. Ngv€r
      cfean novelly inexpensive
                   or           jewelryin the clean€r.The
            of
  combination heatandvibration             a
                               mayloosen c€mant-held    setting
. Never
      cleangemstorgs  suchas emerald,  amethyst, pearl,
                                                      opal.cord
                             an
                or laoislazuli the cleaner.

Flrsatlme cleaning - lirst expedmentwith one piece,then proceedwith
the rgmainder.

Sorrrtion
        reve,- 8e sureto mainlainsolution          'll2
                                         levelwilhin inchofthe
lanks "operatrng
               level"line. Surlace      can
                                 activity varywithliquidlevel.

l-oad trta - li is fasterand moreeffici€nt runsevoral
                                         lo         smallloads
rathorthan a fe* brgloads

Prlctag rhnrs - taeverallor rtemsto sit on lhe bottomof the tank.
Always placefiem in a lrayor beaker suspend the solution.
                                     or          in

R r5rrg iaarrs - After cleaning,use a cleanwater bath to rins€ away
chemicals           to
          adhering ilems.

LubdcatlngLems-\Nhennecessary,        itomsimmediately
                            re-lubricate
atlercleaning.

Drylng laems Ain
            -   d.yng al roomlemperature
                                       worksfor someilems.
Placepartsrequiring
                  fasterdrying        hot
                              trmeunder air blowers in ovens.
                                                   or
   Please yourlocaldrstnurto. tou haveapplication
        call                d                   queslions.




                     18 OFolrdng YourCleane.
Cto,ning t ohods

Thereare lwo melhodsoI cloaning- direct and indirect. Eadr tra6
advantages and disadvantages.When in doubt,run tesl samd6 using
both methodsto decidewhichone producesthe b€st resultsfor )o!.

                              Dircct Uethod



                                            i T--:             -r
                                              tJL
                                                L
                                                                       l
                                              l,
                                                    ''-- 4




tlow la wot*s:

. Fill tho tank wiih E'n *d         a              d-r
. Placethe iternsb ba cft        n a prd
                                      -nt           ftrn     Ftrt|r        it
  thetank. Yoqctr&tF!
  them in ihe rdrltt               -irtqra-ttdtE!-Yffisa
The a6/dr.SB d ta rfr          r! t|c !*tpa.ty doF.dbr            rn
cleanirEdktf,-.




                     l0 OD-.ting Your Cloan6l
                            lndirect Hethod




    FillthelankwTth warmwaterand a cleaningsolution.
    Pouryoursolution medium oneor morebeakers intoa solid
                            into                   or
    insert tray.
           the       in
    Place beakers a beaker     positioning                   Vay
                                         coveror a solidinsert to
    fit yourcleaner.Beakers      not
                          should touchthetanks bottom.


The advantages ol lhis fiethod are:

    Removedsoil stays in the beaker or lray so you can easilyexamine,
    filter or discard il
    You can us€ one or more sollbons al the same trme.
    - two coaylftelert   drfle,entcleanr^9sor-lrons
    - on€ bl-           lr"r *u" a de3.rng soulion and one wrlh a nnse
                    -
    Cleaning sdu@^ .' 6,r'r'r        -re€cs tc be cianged less often,




                      20 OperadngYour Cleaner




{
Cleening Solullons

                              I caurroH !
Do nol use alcoholgaso|ne b each .era aods soluttons a flash
                                                     wilh
pornl,                       lr -
     semr-aqueous colT\lruste a- as . !llrasontc
                   or                            lanks.or youw I
voidthe warranly Onlyuse nonj ammabe so ul ons and water-based



                              Solution Types

Waler-based  solutrons be eithers rghty ac d c or alka ne They
                     can
ncludedelergents. Soapsand rndustrialcleanersdestgned remove
                                                        lo
spectc so ts

Acidic waterbased sorufiors. rernoverusl larn sh or sca e The,
rangelrom mrldsolUlons  lhal remove tarnrshto concenlralea^- i .,-:
acrdrcsolltionsthal remove            p
                          Inveslment aster m k-slofe ; ": :, :-
and ruslflom sleeland cast ironas we as snr.,lana hear1..:r:rj: -
from hardenedstee

Alkaline weter-based solu tio ns :
caustrcs.Thesecauseemu s J, _: :
redeposiling the clea"oa:,-l
           on


4!&!r!9 !!9r9th      . lerrtovjl
t\,4rd                               l'e;sa-. -':'a : s a_: cooa.l
                         - -:._,-_:s
                       -:3,, j'ease a.a:     r!ares vegelableots nks
                             cr fa1basebuffng and polshrngcompounds
                       ^a!
                       mrk resduesand carbohydrates.
                       f,l I scae heal-treat
                                           scale.         or
                                                  corrosion oxides




                      2l   Ope.atingYour Cleaner
E
.s
;t.   Chanqetre eanfcst.,r..fcrodrca y Ceaf r:i:i,.. _-
      beaonre:a '.:"_-ale: r,:":-spended so pa'1aes,,"        i
      Iottonr Tf : :oal fg iinrpens the u trasonrc on a.:l '.,: .
                                                    acl
        .:, ' 1 :'r !..,    Ce'lr . solutions cavtatebetlerlia_ _
                                              wrll
      a-'..    .: ,' :aa i: slr butorlor furthernformatron

      Heat and cavitation ncfease chefirca acl v ly oi a ear -_i :
                                the
      some materas may be damaljed lhrsstronger
                                   by             chemcala.l r_
                                          be
      WhenIn doubl teslrun samp-os lems 1r) cleaned
                                  oI

      Causllcsorutions lsed to rerrover|]sllronrslce s meta alo!
      aOrrOSrOn a lar ei!' or lenaacuSsa S
              a.d

                                          SolutionAmounts

      Sa !l :_ 3 - ' -" :s ^.a, ,.rr. Tr..:^               ...1 _!a! !sc depends on the
      d e l e rg e n t a n a l n . l,3e .:l :a l ! re remol ed Fo ow nstruclons of l ' .
      s o l u tro nc o fta .e ' rna " :' e. l c l fre l ab e bel ow for l he el l ecl s ol sol !l o-


                                Chemicals Harmful to Your fank

      The lo lowrnqchemcalsw I harmyouru trason tankand lhe achonor
                                                     c
                 and
      ullrasonrcs hrgher   operat temperatures I ncfease r
                                  nq                wr          lhe
      chenrca a.lrvily Do nol use theseor s mrar chemca s direcly or n
      a "l o. r voLJr lrasc. c tank or !aL,'{ vo d yo!'rlarranly
                    Lr

                                           C rr ora pt a A ard
      : _, .    .^ r'r cr ,,F              a -. - :
                                           i-'   '-      . - '. l r o l s   Hydrof licrc
                                                                                 uos    Acid

                                                                            f.l"a:!nr Chloade

                                                                            ''  ::' .   arlael
                                                                               r..- fvpoch orte
                                                                            -
                                                                            : :.ris'umCh onde
      :i-.; Re:                                                                    c
                                                                            Stann Ch or de
                '
      :_:-'.e                                                               Stannous  Chlor de
      Ca c !m Ersu iate                                                     S! iur chloflde
      :.    Lm Bisufrle                                                     Suiurc Ac d
                                                                            Z,ncCh or de




                                   22 OperalingYour Cleaner
Solution Ellects on Metals




                                    s 9.r




GP(r)

            (1 )= Al k a rne    :     =:    j


                               I n on*'rc       I
                  'Fre€ hyd.ogen may be reteased
         if solulronconrai In contact with reactivemelals,




                     23 Op.rating
                                Yo!r Cleaner
                      Troubleshooting
            C.es not operate           please
                           satisfactorly     checktie :": .
            b e causesbefore l ng yourauthor
                             ca             zed ser! ce :-


                        ! wanrrHo !
       High vollage inside - dangerousshock hazard.
                                   or
     DO NOT attemptto disassemble repairthe cleaner.


Problem   Cause
C eaner   C ea"e'nol i. r,ggea.       P u! nto funclonrng

                                          trrner ockwise.
                                      TLrrn    c
          ol\
          DIH PO',tr'ER   swrtchnot   PresspowerswitchON
          ON
          DIH - Starl button                    author
                                      Ca Lnearest    zed
          ma funclron ng.
          Blown fuse                             author
                                      Ca I nearesl    zed

Cleaner   fieateranafuncions          Ca I neafest
                                                 a!thonzed

          MrH HEATnot ON              Turnheal ON
          DIH - HEATn.l set           See Ap-.ratingYaurDTH
                                      Clean,..
          DTH                         :., -....st a!lhorzed




                       24 Troubleshooting
                          , ,nenNtNG I
           High voltageinside - dangerousshock hazard.
       9q!911!!9qq!-!9jlE!lsembte o. repajlthecteaner.
Problem       Cause                      What to do
              [,lalfL]nc|on healer or
                          ng             t-a nearest
                                         Ca         aulrtoT2e0
                                                    aulhorzed
rperates
       but    sensor  components         servrcecenler


lemperalure
Cleaner     Inlerf
                 upledcalibration        PressSET D SPLAY
operares
       Dul
    ay
disp does OfH-tmerboard                  Cal nearesl
                                                   authoflzed
notlunction mallunctonin
Cleaner       Overheal
                     condtton            Turn c eaner off A of.
sl0ps                                    c eaner l o coo cheai r
operal/ng                                so trl on e\,e the. ' est.-
and dispay                               qe' ..' .. 1.: - z-) /...
blrnks"75'
Decreased

aclrvrly
NOTE
Relerlo
                                             ..:-     a _ : : , , . : --: t
                                              -i ' t.e ra.k s operal ng

                                         Emply lhencieanlank w ur
                                         warmwater W pe w(h a

              ,: -r de of zed waterin    Deionizedwaterdoesno.
                                         cavrlale acttvely
                                                as    - as
                                                         -
                                        t torpv.p *"i"




                       25 Troubleshooting
Check yourcleaner pe.iodically tesl the levslof activity th€
                            lo                         of
ullrasonic
         cavitation.
                   Frequency testing
                             of         willdepend youruseof tha
                                                    on
cleanerho$/'ever.
                Eranson suggests          this
                                 running teslmonlhly.

Gress Srir. frst
Youw|lln€edthefollowjngequipment:
. Frosted           glassslide(1"x 3"),suchas ESCO
           microscope                             #2951F,
                                                        or
. No 2 leadpencilt
                 and
. Generalpurposehousehold
                        cleaning       suchas "Dawn"
                               solution,           liquid
  9ap

Testprocedure:
1. Prepare freshsolution general
            a             with          purpose  household  cleaning
   solution (concentration andwarmtapwater(120o 140.F).
                         1olo)                           -
   Fillthe cleaner within3/8inchot the "oporating
                 to                                 level'line.
3. Tumthe ultrasonics for at leasltiveto ten minutes allowfor
                      on                                to
   oogassrng.
   Preparethe glassslide by first wetlinglhe lrcsted portionwith tap




  W'$ trE iao 2 ganad o.r tl€ f.6ted po.tionmake an'X" lrom comer

  lmmrsa l! tE     arE oa!'€ s5e nro r€ soluton. Holdlhe slide
  v€rlidy ind criF a a nE s.q-@
7 Makesu|etttd .trd OIX c!.rss a'e In SETSONICS    mode.nol
  degasmod€.tlEi trn r.tacrc   On




                        26 T.osbl.shooting




                                 s
Tf.e - r'a,:a.cs w I beginimmedrate!   1..!-:,e the leadfromlhe slrde
: :ar ."c" d be removed      wthrn 1l se.:-r:   ' ?oLrr     passes
                                                      cleaner
'' ''-.    : -ll asonlc.av lallonrq3. p; di '

                               r.roTE:
  -a ensureconsistency fromlesl to tesl.be s!.e lo repeal
tresl condltionsuse lhe samesolutron
               -                      conce.ral.. qurd eve
ilemperature  typeol pencrllength degassrng
                                  of             elc




                        27 T.oubleshooting
                         ServiceCenter
Withnormal use yourUllrasonic Cleanershould require
                                             not      serviong
Howeverf rtfa ls to operate            firsl           the
                          satisfactorily, tryto diagnose
probem by following suggestions theTroubleshooting
                    the          in                   Guide.

                          ! unltrc          !
                                                    your
         You will void lhe warrantyif you disassemble
       cleaner. High vollage insidethe cleaneris dangerous.

lf youfindthatyourcleaner            carefulypackand return lo
                          needsrepair,                     it
yourlocaldistrbutor.lf underwarranlyremember include
                                             lo       proofof
purchase

Yourcleaner be shipped ground
          will       by                 you
                                   unless specify
                             service


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