Law enforcement agencies, security firms, military bases, shooting ranges and gun shops have found a better way to clean firearms faster and more thoroughly while reducing the cost of labor and hazmat disposal. Designed for cleaning pistols, handguns, rifles and machine guns, Omegasonics’ ultrasonic cleaning tanks clean three times faster while delivering results that are superior to traditional hand cleaning methods.

Ultrasonic cleaning supports current and future green initiatives and minimizes hazmat disposal requirements by using a water-based cleaning solution. Within minutes, gun parts are restored to a new level of cleanliness free of rust, unburned powder, carbon, lint, oil and dirt. The cleaning solutions and rust inhibitor never remove blueing from gun barrels or dry-out gun parts.


The Omegasonics system eliminates the need for time-consuming and tedious hand cleaning of complex components using caustic chemicals that expose workers to toxins and often require hazardous waste treatment. The parts are placed in tanks containing a non-toxic, water-based cleaning solution and rust inhibitor. Ultrasound is electronically activated to produce ultrasonic waves in the fluid. Users have not only found the method to be more cost-effective in terms of labor and time, they’ve also found it to do a more effective job of cleaning, due to cavitations within the liquid reaching areas unable to be cleaned by human hands or other devices. The system is portable and use and requires no training.

Omegasonics digitally controlled ultrasonic cleaners are available in a variety of sizes to clean any size gun, from pistols and hand guns to rifles and machine guns. The OmegaBlue cleaning solution thoroughly and gently cleans steel, stainless steel, rubber and plastic components without harsh chemicals. A rust inhibitor added to the solution reaches areas of the gun that are impossible to reach by hand to keep firearms in pristine condition. The advanced process also extends the time between cleanings — saving even more time and money.

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