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In this paper, four sensor types are presented for quantitative measurements in an ultrasonic cleaning vessel: (1) a hydrophone to measure spectral components of the sound field; (2) an aluminium foil technique as a model process for erosion; (3) a test tube filled with a solution of luminol to measure the emission of light; and (4) a test tube filled with potassium iodide solution to measure the oxidation of iodide. Thus a broad range of diverse cavitation effects is covered. The quantities were measured in dependence on three parameters: the electrical input power of the transducers, the temperature and the O2 concentration of the water. To ensure constant environmental conditions, a flow system was built up which continuously exchanges the water in the vessel. The comparability of the data measured in subsequent measurement cycles is discussed and the influence of the different sensor types on the cavitation field is considered. Dependences on the three parameters are shown. A quantitative analysis of correlations between the data is carried out in the second part of the study (Koch and Jüschke, 2012 ).