Jay Leno uses one of their machines, reportedly to clean car parts - not blinds. Owning an Omegasonics’ machine won’t necessarily make you famous, however their name is one you should know.
The company was founded in 1982 with a focus on marketing ultrasonic blind cleaning machines. Today, while six models of blind cleaners are still sold, they have diversified and offer models for cleaning parts and other applications.
The Basic models of either their 75 or 100 inch long blind cleaners are dual tank 16 gauge 304 stainless steel with individual modular generators and removable transducer packs. Note the wide of the tanks allow a few inches clearance when dealing with either 6 or 8 foot blinds!
In the Plus and Elite models features include heat selection, temperature controllers and foot pedal sonic control.
David Towne, of Omegasonics said their components are American made and assembled at their facility. As they are modular in design with “plug and play” simplicity it is easy to replace components should one have a problem.
Training for blind cleaning is offered both as part of the purchase or separately (Quoted to us at $1,250 but on the website for $1,000 ?). A two day mix of both hands on and classroom work is outlined in their sales brochure. The actual blind cleaning and blind repair part of the course is done in the shop of a local experienced professional. You get actual “real world” exposure to the business before spending time in the classroom learning about marketing, business and retailing. Their training manual, training video and Advertising CD as well as other accessories are also for sale individually. You’ll find them listed on the web site, however all purchasing with this company is done through direct contact.
At http://www.omegasonics.com you’ll find more illustrations and links from which to request information.