Published: Jan 1961
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In most sonic cleaning systems in use today, electromechanical transducers are employed to transmit the required energy to varied cleaning solutions. There are many considerations relative to the selection of the most effective transducer material. Will it reliably contribute to an effective sonic energy cleaning system?
Lyons, L. J.
Project Engineer, Sonic Energy Engineering & Research, Pioneer—Central Division, The Bendix Corp., Davenport, Iowa