Sediment/particle filters at (0.1 micron absolute and larger)will only remove suspended solids. Dissolved items such as surfactants and any salts will pass through. Carbon filters can remove some surfactant and demineralizers/resin can remove ionics. But this is getting pretty complicated and the size is growing. For a single tank, you want the tank to do final cleaning only - its only removing particulate that can be filtered out. But, if you want the single tank to be able to clean a dirty record - that's a big challenge. Industry sells 4-bay UT cleaning consoles (small units about the size of desk can be bought for ~$15K) configured as follows: -Bay/Tank 1: Heated Ultrasonic Cleaning Bath with recirc pump/sediment filter -Bay/Tank 2: Heated Ultrasonic Water Rinse that is pump/filtered sediment/demineralizer/carbon discharging to Bay/Tank3. This Bay/Tank2 will have some drag-out cleaner from Bay/Tank 1. -Bay/Tank 3: Heated DIW rinse tank (this has the purest water) that overflows into Bay/Tank2. -Bay/Tank 4: Heated Dry, it may have a recirc fan to aid drying. So to condensing everything above into one tank is not simple and presents a lot of challenges.