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Crest Ultrasonics Corp


PO Box 7266
Scotch Rd
Trenton, NJ 08628-0266 United States
Phone:(609) 883-4000
Toll Free Number:(800) 992-7378
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Overview: Crest Ultrasonics is the largest privately held company in the Ultrasonic Industry. The organization is comprised of several sovereign entities in various industry sectors. These sectors include, but are not limited to:
Piezo ceramics
Ultrasonic welding, bonding and or assembly
Ultrasonic transducers
Power supplies and generators
Specialized cleaning systems
Tabletop cleaning units
Cleaning tanks
Chemistries/cleaning agents
Specialized ultrasonic assembly systems
UMDC Code: 102244
Fax: (609) 883-6452
Email: sales@crest-ultrasonics.com
Website: http://www.crest-ultrasonics.com
Company Type: Private
Business Started: 1961
Business Lines: Manufacturer
Sales Channels: Distributors
Number of Employees: 150
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HOT AIR DRYER
When parts come out of a rinse tank and are placed in a dryer the moisture immediately begins to run downward and accumulate on parts near the bottom of the process tank. When moisture accumulates, its surface area decreases and it takes longer to dry. 
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SLOW PULL CAPILARY DRYER
Crest Ultrasonics unique capilary drying systems rely on the natural surface tension of water to literally "pull" water off the parts while they are slowly removed from the tank. Ideal as a fast and effective final drying method for flat surfaces or as a pre-dry for more complex parts.
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VACUUM DRYER
Crest Ultrasonics vacuum drying systems are a proven effective method for drying parts that trap water because of complex geometries or absorb water onto the surface. Vacuum drying is usually used as a secondary drying method to remove trace amounts of residual water.
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VACUUM DRYER
Crest Ultrasonics vacuum drying systems are a proven effective method for drying parts that trap water because of complex geometries or absorb water onto the surface. Vacuum drying is usually used as a secondary drying method to remove trace amounts of residual water.
Read More

HOT AIR DRYER
When parts come out of a rinse tank and are placed in a dryer the moisture immediately begins to run downward and accumulate on parts near the bottom of the process tank. When moisture accumulates, its surface area decreases and it takes longer to dry. 
Read More

SLOW PULL CAPILARY DRYER
Crest Ultrasonics unique capilary drying systems rely on the natural surface tension of water to literally "pull" water off the parts while they are slowly removed from the tank. Ideal as a fast and effective final drying method for flat surfaces or as a pre-dry for more complex parts.
Read More

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