|Name:||Ultrasonic Cleaning Tank||Application:||Dry Ultrasonic Cleaning Tank|
|Tank Capacity:||960L||Industry:||Part Ultrasonic Equipment|
|Used:||Clean Cylinder Head||Frequency:||40khz|
car parts cleaning machine,
automotive parts cleaner system
Marine Diesel Engine Hydrocarbon Dry Ultrasonic Cleaning Tank With A Basket Size Of 120 Cm Long
Large Industrial Carbon Ultrasonic Cleaner Car Motor Parts Cleaning Machine
Cleaning the ultrasonic cleaner and replacement of the cleaning solution is necessary at least daily or more frequently if solution soiled.
Why Use Automotive Ultrasonic Cleaner?
There are so many uses for an ultrasonic cleaner in an auto shop. Ultrasonic car parts cleaning saves time by eliminating the need for manual scrubbing of auto parts covered with grease, oil, and other lubricants. Besides freeing up time, the hazardous chemicals can be replaced with biodegradable soaps. Specific examples of items that are commonly cleaned by a benchtop ultrasonic cleaner include filters, shock absorber parts, power steering parts, pistons, valves, fuel injectors, bearings – just to name a few. Larger industrial-sized units can be used for carburetor ultrasonic cleaning and ultrasonic exhaust manifold cleaning, where cleaning action is needed deep within the network of passages. This large capacity also allows for ultrasonic crankshaft cleaning and ultrasonic cylinder block cleaning as well the means to clean multiple parts at once.
Basics and spcifictaion
|Interior tank size:||1200x1000x800 mm|
|Material:||Stainless steel 304|
|Transducers;||With144 pieces transducers;|
|Ultrasonic power||7.2 KW|
|Generator power||220V, 50/60HZ|
|Working voltage:||380V 50HZ;|
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.
Ultrasonic cleaning and testing for better performance and greater efficiency
Introduction to Ultrasonic Cleaning
• Brass Clock parts
• Musical Instruments
• PC Boards
• Packing Components
• Micro-Electronic parts
Automotive and Aerospace Industry:
• Metal and Plastic Parts
• Relays & Motors
• Lab Glassware
• Degassing liquid
Ultrasonic Cleaning is a highly effective precision cleaning process, which delivers a quick, safe, consistent and exceptional standard of cleaning.
The very nature of ultrasonic cleaning ensures it is a powerful force, which can clean both hard to reach areas such as blind holes and complex internals as well as remove ingrained surface contaminants such as paint or wax. Yet it is a cleaning method which is gentle on component parts, and is most suited to cleaning small, delicate and intricate parts that cannot stand the aggressive action of other cleaning methods such as spray washing.
The versatility of ultrasonic cleaning means it is used for a wide range of component parts throughout many different Industrie
What is ‘Ultrasonic’?
Ultrasonic cleaning technology is based on sound waves.
Any frequency of sound wave, which exceeds 18 kilohertz,is considered to be ultrasonic. Typically the frequency in an ultrasonic cleaning tank is between 20Khz and 80Khz. A sound wave is produced when a solitary or repeating displacement, is generated by a sound conducting medium,such as a vibratory movement. When high amplitude levels of sound waves are placed in liquid, a negative pressure is created. If continuous, this negative pressure will eventually build up to such a level that the liquid will fracture.
Ultrasonic Cleaning - FAQ
What is the foil test?
Ensure that the tank is at the required operating temperature, has been degassed, and filled with the correct amount of fluid and cleaning solution.Then, using a piece of aluminium foil,suspend the foil in the tank. Turn on the ultrasonics and leave for approx ten minutes.
Remove the foil and inspect. If cavitation is occurring the foil should be perforated and wrinkled. Try this in different places in the tank to ensure cavitation is all over.
Foil following cavitation
Why is fluid temperature important?
Heat not only aids the degassing process, but it also enhances and speeds up the actual cleaning process.Additionally most detergents are designed to work best at elevated temperature.
Which cleaning solution should I use?
Technowash ltd has a large range of aqueous based detergents specifically designed for use with ultrasonic cleaning. Please contact us for more details.
How often should I change the cleaning solution?
Cleaning solution should be changed if there is a noticeable difference in cleaning results, or when the solution is visibly dirty.
What is the recommended cycle time?
Process times vary depending on the application and the level of contaminant. All Technowash ltd machines are supplied with fully adjustable process cycle timers.
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