Ultrasonic Formula for Cleaning Surgical Instruments

This ultrasonic cleaning solution is especially formulated for dental, medical and surgical instruments. Read More



April 18th, 2013

How to Throw Your Own Body Art Fair

I’ve never been tempted to get a tattoo.  Heck, even in grade school when everyone was using their ball point pens to draw pictures on their arms or write down quiz answers on the inside of their elbows, I never did it.  But, luckily for all of us, the world is a diverse place.  For Read More



January 24th, 2013

Helping Small Jurisdictions Handle Big Health Issues

In the United States, any given geographical location will be governed by multiple jurisdictions. The federal government, state government, county government, and municipal government all hold sway over various activities. Sometimes a small jurisdiction is responsible for regulating activities that it really doesn’t have the resources to manage. Such is the case, for example, in Read More



September 10th, 2012

10 Things You Need to Know Before Selecting an Ultrasonic Cleaner

Here are some important points to consider when considering an ultrasonic cleaner. Read More



May 15th, 2012

Ultrasonic Cleaning is Important Part of Body Art Studio Safety

Body art practitioners in the city of Lincoln and Lancaster County, Nebraska have the benefit of training provided by the Health Department.  Part of that training covers sanitation.  The first topic within sanitation is ultrasonic cleaning.  There’s a little background about the frequency range of ultrasonic waves, an introduction to the process of cavitation, and mention Read More



March 19th, 2012

Checklist for “Body Art Establishments” Helps Maintain Safety

When you get some art on your body, you’ll probably want to be sure you visit a body art establishment that is in compliance with government regulations.  For example, in Massachusetts, you’ll want one that has been evaluated in accordance with this inspection form.  The form outlines checks for proper permit display and three years Read More



February 1st, 2012

Ultrasonic Cleaner Takes Care of Pigment in Tattoo Needles

Ever wanted to open your own tattoo parlor? If so, you’ll want to take a look at this video. A tattoo artist walks us through the supplies he uses for tattooing—the inks, the tools, and the ultrasonic cleaner, which he states is the only way of cleaning the internal parts of the needle tubes, getting Read More



January 25th, 2012

Ultrasonic Cleaning Improves Health in Tattoo Parlors

When you visit the tattoo parlor you usually want to leave with some artwork on your skin and a new attitude on life.  You don’t want to leave with a new crop of pathogenic microorganisms.  To help keep that from happening, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene produced Health Standards and Read More



January 3rd, 2012

Ultrasonic Cleaners Help Maintain Health of Body Art Establishments

If you’ve made the decision to deface—er—adorn yourself with body art or piercings, you want to be sure you don’t put your health at risk to do so. The City of Philadelphia has a set of regulations governing tattoo and piercing establishments. There are provisions for ensuring the furniture and fixtures are easily cleanable, there’s Read More



December 12th, 2011

Ultrasonic Cleaners: 1st Line Defense Against Infection in Tattoo Studios

Here is another civic body specifying regulatory requirements that controls and manages the operation of tattoo parlors.  This time from the town of Walpole, MA.  As with other regulatory guidelines for tattoo studios, this one also places an emphasis on cleaning the tattoo gear in a multi-stage process that involves ultrasonic cleaning and sterilizing with Read More



September 30th, 2011



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