The very nature of our patented submersion technology allows the power of the sound waves to reach and remove contamination from those hidden areas that other conventional methods simply cannot.
One of the most critical environmental issues facing energy-based industries today is the vast consumption of water and creation of waste water in their processes. See how Tech Sonic can reduce consumption rates by up to 90%..
In an environment fraught with potentially dangerous and hazardous situations, we are able to provide a safe and self-contained system for on-site component cleaning.
No matter what your critical cleaning needs, contact one of our North American offices to speak with our industry leading specialists.
Cleaning using ultrasonic power is not new – many lighter industrial applications have been in place for decades. Tech Sonic was the first organization to build industrial-scale applications – ones that have cleaned some of the largest heat exchangers of enormous size and scale.
See the economic impact that a Tech Sonic application can make on your operation through its innovative technologies.
The power of ultrasonic applications is well-founded and used in many industries worldwide. Tech Sonic was the first organization globally to develop industrial class ultrasonic solutions for the oil, gas and petrochemical industries as well other heavy industrial facilities...
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"Tech Sonic’s specialized, ultrasonic vessels simply provide a better cleaning in less time."
Tech Sonic has built a reputation for designing and implementing advanced cleaning applications for critical process items in the process, production and mining sectors. Today, our services range from the Oil Sands in Canada to the Oil Fields of Saudi Arabia, successfully cleaning everything from scaffolding, tanks to complex industrial heat exchangers.