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Lyman Introduces Two TurboSonic Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems

May 01, 2012  | 

Lyman's TS-6000 weapon cleaning system. Photo: Lyman.
Lyman's TS-6000 weapon cleaning system. Photo: Lyman.

Lyman has added two new TurboSonic Ultrasonic Cleaners—the larger 6.3-quart model TS-6000 and a smaller 23.6-ounce Model TS-700 weapon cleaning system.

Lyman added the new models to the mid-sized TS-2500 model intoduced last year.

The TurboSonic's heated tank and cleaning basket combine with Lyman's specially formulated brass cleaning solution to deliver superior cleaning of cases and primer pockets. The heated ultrasonic cavitation enhances the cleaning solution's performance to quickly lift and dissolve carbon, dirt and any residue left on fired cases, according to Lyman.

The large Model TS-6000 quickly process up to 1,300 9mm cases or four handgun frames in less than 15 minutes. In addition, this workhorse is powered by two industrial-grade transducers and has an integral drain and hose for easy and mess-free solutions changes. The unit's two color LED display panel controls five different timed cleaning cycles. 

The Model TS-700 is ideal for smaller cleaning jobs like parts, dies and mould blocks with Lyman's steel and stainless-steel solution and handles 100 9mm cases. Unheated with a stainless tank, the TS-700 is ultra-efficient due to use of advanced oscillation circuitry and five timed cleaning cycles, according to the company.

The mid-sized TS-2500 model process up to 900 9mm cases per cleaning cycle and features a heated tank and engineered plastic parts basket for ease and efficiency. Introduced in 2011, this product has become one of our best sellers. Used with Lyman's Case Cleaning Solution, it will clean cases inside and out, including primer pockets in less than 15 minutes.

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