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Glassware Ultrasonic Cleaner

Industrial ultrasonic cleaners come in many sizes, shapes, and features, and have been widely used in the hardware, electronics, automotive, aviation industries. This guide will help you pick the equipment right for you.

What is an “Industrial” Ultrasonic Cleaner?

You might think an industrial ultrasonic cleaner must be “big” because it is handling industrial products. Not necessarily so. Your industrial parts washer size (or cleaning solution capacity) is governed by the size of parts you are cleaning. They are offered as benchtop and floor-mounted models.

Another consideration to keep in mind is the duration of your cleaning cycles. Long-term cleaning cycles (i.e. operating continuously over a work shift) mean your unit should have a heavy-duty tank to prolong service life.

Why Ultrasonic Cleaning Works Best

Ultrasonic Cleaning through high-frequency vibration of the ultrasonic transducer to drive the oscillation of water or other liquid, so that more vacuum micro-bubbles are generated in the solution, and bubbles in the process of increasing the implosion, resulting in thousands of pressure impact strength, constantly impacting on the surface of the object to peel off the dirt. Therefore, ultrasound cleaning has microporous permeability and super peelability, so it is more efficient and energy-saving than traditional cleaning.


Cleaning Laboratory Glassware

Cleaning laboratory glassware such as flasks, graduated cylinders, burettes and pipettes require careful handling to avoid breakage. Lab glassware of complex shape is also difficult to clean.

Using an ultrasonic cleaner instead of manual washing and lab glassware washing machines not only can reduce breakage and associated replacement costs but also delivers a thorough cleaning job thanks to the power of cavitation action.

Glassware Ultrasonic Cleaner

Ultrasonics for Laboratory

  • glassware
  • glass bottles
  • centrifuge tubes
  • beakers
  • Erlenmeyer flasks
  • graduated cylinders
  • buret or burette
  • pipet or pipettes
  • test tubes
  • florence flasks
  • boiling flasks
  • volumetric flasks
  • buchner funnel

Ultrasonics can clean:

  • cold finger
  • condenser
  • crucible
  • cuvette
  • erlenmeyer bulb
  • eudiometer
  • freidrichs condenser
  • funnel
  • gas syringe
  • NMR Tubes
  • petri dishes
  • pycnometer

Efficient Clean:

  • biofilms
  • biologic buildup
  • scaly deposits
  • organic matter
  • microscopic bubbles
  • biological contaminants
  • microorganisms
  • infectious substances
  • Unwanted materials

Safely Removing:

  • dirt
  • dust particles
  • oils
  • stains
  • blood
  • gel
  • fingerprints
  • residues
  • proteins

Which ultrasonic cleaner is suited for Glassware?

The Granbo GM1240W Ultrasonic Cleaner is professional cleaning equipment that can make your Glassware clean.

Dual Frequency


Power Adjustable

Dual Controller

Glassware Ultrasonic Cleaner

Dual Frequency & Dual Controller With Bottom & Side Vibration Industrial Cleaning machine




  • MODEL:GM1240W
  • POWER:AC220V 50Hz
  • FREQ.:40KHz
  • CAPA.:40L
  • SIZE:500*260*300mm



  • 28&40KHz, 40&80KHz, 80&120KHz, Optional
  • Material of inner tank SUS304/306 Optional , Thickness of tank 1.5mm/2.0mm/2.5mm optional
  • Easy to break down dirt particle , with SUS basket and drainage impove cleaning effeciency

Equipment for Large-Scale Lab Glassware Cleaning Requirements

If your lab cleans large quantities of chemistry glassware you should consider an ultrasonic cleaning system that can provide enhanced features such as mechanical agitation, and paired with a rinsing tank and electric dryer.

How To Clean Lab Glassware

  • Place the glassware in the cleaning basket so that the solution fills the interior space. It may be necessary to adjust the position periodically, in which case remove the basket – not reach into the operating cell.
  • Turn on the ultrasonic cleaner, set the temperature to 60⁰C, and set the timer to 10 minutes. The actual time and temperature will depend on what you are cleaning, the cleaning solution formulation, and the nature of the contaminant.
  • Place the basket in the solution. When the temperature is reached, the ultrasonic will start, or you can start the cleaning process manually.
  • At the end of the cycle, remove the glassware, inspect, rinse with deionized water and wipe dry.
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