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Textbook Problem

Which cleaning method uses high-frequency sound waves to create microscopic bubbles that loosen dirt from parts?

  1. Ultrasonic

  • Salt bath
  • Thermal
  • Caustic
  • To determine

    The method of cleaning in which the microscopic bubbles using high-frequency sound waves are used to loosen dust particles.

    Explanation

    Ultrasonic cleaning is one of the most efficient ways of cleaning used in automotive technology these days. They are used to clean engine parts of the vehicles using bubbles created by high-frequency sound waves which burst due to high pressure and forces dust and contaminants to loosen out of the parts.

    Salt Bath: In this technique, the high-temperature molten salt is used to remove grease, oil, and dust from the parts...

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