Ultrasonic Cleaner | Carburettor

Any of the professional ultrasonic carburettor cleaner range (sometimes called an ultrasonic bath) has been designed for working in a demanding commercial workshop environment and are suitable for everyday use. The most common tank sizes for carburettor cleaning are from 3 litre (small single carbs) up to 27 litre (bank of 4 or 6 carbs) and there is also special elongated model for specifically for cleaning banks of motorcycle carbs off multi-cylinder engines.  All the ultrasonic cleaning tanks (baths) are made from stainless steel and built to operate quietly in the workplace. Whether your carb is for a motorbike or car, they are suitable for all day, everyday use and are made to last. Our own brand Best Ultrasonic 22 & 27 Ltr tanks now have fast 1000w heaters fitted.

Please read our guide to ultrasonic motorcycle carburettor cleaning.

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Size matters. When considering which ultrasonic cleaner to buy, the primary consideration has to be the size of tank. It's not the volume that's important, but the internal dimensions. The question to consider is whether the carburettor you need to clean will fit inside the tank and the only real way to be certain is to measure it. Also take into consideration that if you want to use a steel basket in the machine (and most people do), it can reduce the workable size by up to 8mm all round. The specification for each ultrasonic cleaner shows all the important dimensions. Tip: Measure twice, purchase once.                                

Which model do I buy? In this professional ultrasonic carburettor cleaning category, there are three versions for most sizes of ultrasonic cleaner. In summary, the more money you pay for a model, the greater control you have over the cleaning process. The "manual" (dial adjustment) has limited control. The "digital" range gives you full control over all aspects of the cleaning operation and importantly, you have an LED display showing the temperature of the water (it helps stop the operator plunging their hand into hot water). And finally the degassing model can give a deeper clean. At the heart of any ultrasonic cleaner is a transducer. This is the component that produces the ultrasonic cleaning waves. The more transducers fitted to an ultrasonic bath, the better the cleaning will be. If you want to clean a bank of 4 carburettors off a motorbike but don't want to separate them, the 22 litre model will be the best size.


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1) Manual adjustment cleaner. The analogue adjustment ultrasonic carburettor cleaner has a simple knob / dial to set the cleaning time (0-20 minutes) and another knob for the temperature adjustment (20 - 80 degrees C). There is no LED display.

2) Digital adjustment cleaner. These models have a push button to set the cleaning time (0-99 minutes) and temperature (0 - 80 degrees C) with an LED display. The cleaning can be stopped mid-cycle and the temperature shows both the "target" temperature and actual water in the tank. In a workplace environment and working with hot water, there might be a health and safety implication that requires the tank temperature to be visible to prevent scalding to an employee.

3) Digital adjustment with degassing cleaners. As the above description but additionally these ultrasonic cleaners have the technical function of a degassing mode which, after a change a cleaning solution, quickly removes air from the liquid that in turn makes the cleaning process more effective. This is especially useful when cleaning a carburettor. Additionally, the ultrasonic cleaning power can be increased or reduced depending on the items being cleaned which means that delicate products can be cleaned gently. Generally, this function is more relevant on larger machines used commercially, where time equals money.

Confused about which ultrasonic carburettor cleaner you need?

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Why use a basket? Stainless Steel baskets are included with all of the cleaners shown below. 

  • A wire basket reduces ultrasonic blind spots during the carb cleaning process.
  • Keeps the carburettor off the base of the tank giving better circulation.
  • Convenient handles which overhang the bath lip (not all sizes).
  • Safe and easy removal of the carburettor being cleaned.
  • How to clean small carburettor parts in an ultrasonic cleaner (jets, screws, slides, etc).
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