Industrial Ultrasonic Carburetor Cleaning Service
Those of you that have had experience cleaning carburetors know how tedious and timely this procedure can be.  What products should one use? What tools work best without damaging brass, aluminum, rubber and plastic components?  It can be very difficult removing tarnish residue from inaccessible internal passages and open areas.  When fuel sits in a carburetor over a long period of time, the ethanol separates from the fuel, creating tarnish build up inside the carb.  The fuel we put in our vehicles today have a higher ethanol percentage than before.  In the past I have never really had problems cleaning carburetors with a carb dip solution, contact cleaner and q-tips, but recently I have found this tactic hasn't proven to be as effective.  I have found the most efficient way to clean a carburetor is with an ultrasonic cleaner. 








​An ultrasonic cleaner is used by adding a cleaning solution inside a tank and then placing the components to be cleaned in the solution.  Then, the ultrasonic cleaner generates ultrasonic waves into the cleaning solution.  The waves separate the cleaning solution's molecules apart causing vacuum cavities. These cavities then implode causing de-cavitation of ultra high energy spots. These de-cavitations act as microscopic scrubbers that clean efficiently. Ultrasonic cleaners can clean these hard to reach areas. Ultrasonic cleaners only remove oil, carbon, varnish and dirt.  O-rings, seals and plastic components can be left in place.  Having an ultrasonic cleaner that has the ability to heat the solution has a huge advantage as well.  It is very similar to a dish washer, which uses heat and water to remove food particles from utensils.  
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You can remove the carburetor from the bike and bring it in for a cleaning, or you can bring your bike in for us to remove the carburetor.  Pricing will vary depending on the make and model.