The Sonic Meter was originally developed for IBM as a standard tool for calibrating their high precision ultrasonic cleaners. Rigorous testing and development in the field went into assuring the creation of a reliable and rugged field test instrument. From this experience, the design has been perfected and streamlined. For the last 15 years, IBM has employed Sonic Meter as a key measurement tool for maintaining process control of their ultrasonic cleaners.
In use since its release 10 years ago, the Sonic Meter SM1000 is our third generation instrument. It uses straight forward, tried and tested technology. The foundation was built around a rugged sensing element and historically robust microprocessors and analog electronics. Coupled with simplicity, robust electronics and proprietary algorithms, the SM1000 has not needed firmware revisions or patches since its release. This is due in large part to the rigorous standards set forth in the development stage, the use of standard components, and the extensive field experience prior to laying out the requirements and specifications.
Our meters have been purchased in the US and abroad by a number of large name corporations as well as small and privately owned businesses. Please click Clientele to view our list of clients.
Please click How it Works to learn more about our high precision cavitation meter.