|Material:||Stainless Steel 304||Application:||Gasoline Engine Cleaning|
|Option:||Oil Filteration||Industry:||Engine Ultrasonic Cleaning|
industrial ultrasonic parts cleaner,
automotive parts cleaning equipment
Ultrasonic Engine Cleaner Workshop Facility For Engine Service Overhau 3600w
Cylinder Heads And Engine Blocks Ultrasonic Cleaners
Automotive Ultrasonic Cleaners is primarily an aqueous tank systemthat uses ultrasonic energy to remove dirt, grease, oiland baked-on carbon from parts. Contaminants such aspaint, rust, glued-on gaskets, and heavy layers of bake don carbon can also be removed by ultrasonic cleaning but require more aggressive chemistries. Unlike someother cleaning processes, ultrasonic cleaning will notdamage intricate, lightweight, or easily damaged parts.
All ultrasonic baths are supplied complete with lid and basket
AGSONIC ultra sonic cleaning of all parts old and new prior to assembly of the engine. This Ultrasonic Cleaning Method is long known as the "benchmark" in cleaning. Ultrasonic cavitation is able to clean right down to the surface of a part and beyond. It is also able to reach internal areas, which are not accessible by using other cleaning means including spray and mechanical agitation. The forceful nature of ultrasonic energy provides the physical "push" required to break the mechanical and ionic bonds that hold very small particles to surfaces.
Ultrasonic Cleaning of Engine Parts, Car engine parts, Truck engine parts and Motor bike engine parts
Our Ultrasonic cleaning process, can effectively clean the following components- Aluminum castings, engine blocks, Carburetors, Cylinder Heads, Engines, Engine Components, Gear Boxes, Filters, Tubes and Valves.
an Ultrasonic Cleaning Process
As with any type of equipment, ultrasonic cleaning systems should be matched as closely as possible to the job requirement. Labs and production areas with lower throughputs may choose a single ultrasonic tank followed by a sink rinse. Single tanks typically start at less than one gallon and up. Higher production areas may consider a manual or automated multiple station line in which one or more ultrasonic cleaning stations are followed by one or more rinses and an optional dryer.
Heavily contaminated parts may benefit from cleaning in more than one cleaning station. The first clean can remove gross contamination and the second completes the job. Ultrasonics may or may not be indicated in both stations depending on the type and level of contamination. For example in a scenario with heavy oil loading, a pre-clean might involve ultrasonic cleaning with surface skim to a coalescer to handle the oil. Once the heavy oil is removed in the first station, the ultrasonics in the second clean will be cavitating more directly with the part substrate to perform finer cleaning.
An ultrasonic tank work area should allow for at least two inches of clearance on all sides of the work load.
Small ultrasonic tanks are typically equipped with electric strip heaters, and the ultrasonic transducers are epoxy-bonded or vacuum brazed to a diaphragm usually located in the bottom of the tank.
Larger ultrasonic tanks usually feature heavier duty wall construction and additional wall support. Heat may be supplied in a variety of ways including electric immersion heaters, steam coils, and/or external heat exchangers. Larger tanks may have either diaphragm-bonded transducers, or immersibles which are transducers bonded into a stainless steel can which is then mounted in the cleaning tank. The advantages of immersibles are that a can may be swapped out if required without the whole tank going down, and immersibles can often be retrofitted into existing process tanks to improve cleaning performance.
ultrasonic tank models for your choice:
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Features of the machine:
• Low maintainence machine
• Heavy duty cleaning systems
• Chemical friendly- SS Rust proof body
• Industrial guage farication, build to last
• One year warrenty on any manufacturing defect
• Completely customized to suit the cleaning requirement
• Less human interfearance and less scope of error
• Accurate and uniform cleaning everytime
How the System Operates:
The system operates in the following manner:
In a process termed "cavitation", micron-size bubbles form and grow due to alternating positive and negative pressure waves in a solution. The bubbles subjected to these alternating pressure waves continue to grow until they reach resonant size. Just prior to the bubble implosion, there is a tremendous amount of energy stored inside the bubble itself. Temperature inside a cavitating bubble can be extremely high, with pressures up to 500 atm. The implosion event, when it occurs near a hard surface, changes the bubble into a suction jet about one-tenth the bubble size, which travels at speeds up to 400 km/hr away from the hard surface. With the combination of pressure, temperature, and velocity, the jet frees contaminants from their bonds with the substrate. Because of the inherently small size of the jet and the relatively large energy, ultrasonic cleaning has the ability to reach into small crevices and remove entrapped soils very effectively.
What is cavitation?
"Cavitation" is the rapid formation and collapse of millions of tiny bubbles (or cavities) in a liquid. Cavitation is produced by the alternating high and low pressure waves generated by high frequency (ultrasonic) sound. During the low pressure phase, these bubbles grow from microscopic size until, during the high pressure phase where they are compressed and implode.
Engine block ultrasonic cleaning Effect :
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