Jewelshine™ Ultrasonic Cleaners & Ultrasonic Cleaning Accessories Have Exclusive, Patented Features : CD Nelson Consulting Inc.


Cleaning systems will have: A. Soak; B. Wash; C. Rinse, and D. Drying cycles. After considering: effectiveness; cost of purchase; cost and ease of operation; contaminants; maintenance; operating cost; space; throughput, and impact on the environment, the Nelson Cleaning Technology elegantly and effectively combines the Soak and Wash cycles in the Jewelshine™ Multi-Herz Ultrasonic, and the Rinse and Dry cycles in the Steamshining process. The Steamshine™ Regalia model, in many instances, eliminates the need for the Soak and the Wash cycles, while improving the treated surface.


It is widely known, some parts to be cleaned as well as some contaminants respond better to a specific frequency cavitation than others. The Ultrasonic Cleaning Technology we offer overcomes this shortcoming; in fact, Jewelshine™ Ultrasonics have a "Clean and Brush" action, due to the different size cavitation they produce. Heat promotes cavitation, because the wetting agents in the Jewelshine™ Ultrasonic Concentrate are better activated. The very powerful heavy-duty transducers in our ultrasonics operate at high amplitude, therefore any item left on the bottom of the tank may be damaged and might impair the cavitation activity.


After the item to be cleaned has been in the ultrasonic for 30 to 60 seconds, it is ready for the Rinse and the Dry cycles with the Steamshine™. Steamshining uses heat and pressure to remove the tarnish creating substances left on the item after ultrasonic cleaning & leaves the item dry, ready to be displayed. Used together, these two methods represent the best possible way of cleaning: the ultrasonic loosens the dirt and tarnish, and Steamshine™ removes the dirt and tarnish, rinses and dries the item. Having items/parts that look their best will increase sales and customer satisfaction.


  1. Position the item to be cleaned on the coated rack so that it does not touch any other item or the ultrasonic tank.
  2. Insert the rack or Spring Action Tweezer into the ultrasonic and let it run for 30 to 90 seconds maximum.
  3. Remove the rack from the ultrasonic, and with a coated tweezer - to protect the item from scratches - remove each piece.

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