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Cleaning Validation Glossary

Agitated Immersion

Using vibration or stirring within a solution bath to improve cleaning

Agitated Immersion is a cleaning process that involves continuous or sporadic mixing of solvent (can be water, cleaning agents, or a mixture of components) in which a part is fully submerged in. One common example of this cleaning technique is sonication which uses sound to vibrate the bath to clean a submerged item. This process improves cleaning effectiveness and reduces cleaning time opposed to an idle soaking technique.

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