Cycle Cassette & Chains

Cleaning your bike chain and gear cassette using an Ultrasonic Cleaner.

mountain bike travelling at speed downhill
Cleaning your cycle chain and gears after a day out, either on-road or off-road, is an important part of bike maintenance. Keeping the drivetrain free of abrasive road dirt massively extends the life of these parts and makes for more efficient cycling.

One increasingly popular method of deep cleaning is with an Ultrasonic Cleaner. Ultrasonic cleaning gets into the parts of your chain and cassette that traditional methods don't reach. The process is easy for the user, but in simple terms, the sound waves from the machine blast road dirt out of the cycle chain links. Place your parts in the tank, along with an ultrasonic cleaning solution, and turn the tank on. Twenty minutes later your chain and gears will be clean.

dirty parts off a cycle before ultrasonic cleaning                 parts off a cycle after ultrasonic cleaning

We sold one of our professional ultrasonic cleaners to a customer who emailed the “before and after” photographs shown above. More photos HERE

The addition of cleaning suitable solution helps breakdown oil and grease. The cleaning time is around 10 – 15 minutes. The ultrasonic tank used was a 6 Ltr ultrasonic cleaning tank with a digital controls for the cleaning cycle time and the water temperature. If you measure your particular parts, you might find that only need a small 3 Ltr machine

Read a review of our machine in Road CC cycling website HERE>>>>>>

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