|Material:||Stainless Steel 304||Option:||Fuel Injector Ultrasonic Cleaner|
medical ultrasonic cleaner,
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Fuel Injector Ultrasonic Cleaner Machine 6 Cylinder Cleaning Of Carburetors And Other Engine Parts
How do I get the best ultrasonic cleaning?
There are many considerations important to ultrasonic cleaning. Optimising these variables will produce the best cleaning. The most important decisions to be made are choosing the proper cleaning solution, cleaning at the right temperature for the correct amount of time, and choosing the right size and type of ultrasonic cleaner.
Is a special solution required for cleaning?
Soils adhere to the parts... if they didn't, the soil would just fall off the parts! The purpose of the solution is to break the bonds between parts and their soils. Water alone has no cleaning properties. The primary purpose of the ultrasonic activity (cavitation) is to assist the solution in doing its job. An ultrasonic cleaning solution contains various ingredients designed to optimise the ultrasonic cleaning process. For example, increased cavitation levels result from reduced fluid surface tension. An ultrasonic solution will contain a good wetting agent or surfactant.
applications including the following and more:
Automotive Maintenance, Rebuilding and Restoration
Flood, Fire and Storm Damage Cleanup
Metallic and Ceramic Filter Cleaning
Printing Equipment Maintenance
General Maintenance Cleaning in Shop Environments
Medical Precision Cleaning
30l Ultrasonic cleaner Specifications:
|Ultrasonic Frequency||40,000 Hz|
|Ultrasonic Power||500 W|
|Heating power||600W strong power, quick heating|
|Unit Size||530 x 325 x 325 mm ( L x W x H )|
|Tank Size||500 x 300 x 200 mm ( L x W x H )|
|Package Size||635 x 405 x 390 mm ( L x W x H )|
|Power Supply||AC 100 ~ 120V, 50 / 60Hz
AC 220 ~ 240V, 50 / 60 Hz
Simple to Operate
Cleans in Seconds
Automatically Adjusts to Various Loads
Simplified Solid State Circuitry
Highly Efficient Piezo-Electric Transducers
Stainless Steel Tanks and Enclosures
Low Cost design incorporates the ultrasonic generator and cleaning tank in a single enclosure
Ultrasonic cleaning is the fastest, most economical and efficient method of removing dirt, oil, grease, rust, flux, oxide film and other contaminants from visible and invisible surfaces. An object immersed inside an ultrasonic cleaner becomes a sound wave conductor and helps clean itself. Most intricate parts may be cleaned without disassembly. The cleaning efficiency of this method is not duplicated by any other available means. Ultrasonic cleaning is the application of a high-frequency sound wave to an aqueous solution or solvent. The introduction of this sound wave into cleaning solution creates millions of microscopic bubbles, which expand and collapse (implode) vigorously. The agitation produced by the formation and implosion of these bubbles effects an intense scrubbing action upon submerged parts in the cleaning tank and removes accumulations and residues.
Why is Ultrasonic Cleaning so Efficient and Effective?
When cavitation happens near a dirty object, the vacuum action produced by those million of bubbles constantly imploding creates a tiny pressure wave that reaches deep into every nook and cranny of even the most delicate items. This tiny pressure wave dislodges and breaks up the dirt and other contaminants and gently lifts it away. The result is very fast and effective cleaning.
How AGSONIC Ultrasonic Machines Create Cavitation
To create cavitation, AGSONIC Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems use our state-of-the-art Prowave™ Digital Generators to power electro-mechanical transducers that are submerged in a tank of hot water. These generators activate the transducers which then vibrate very quickly. This vibration sends sound waves through the water at frequencies ranging from 25 to 40kHz which produces cavitation.
Advantages of Ultrasonic Cleaning
Removes all forms of hydrocarbon contamination and refinery grade by-products.
Cleans process-critical components and equipment once deemed not cleanable.
Performs services in a fraction of the time required by conventional methods.
Uses less water and produces less waste water than high pressure cleaning.
Does not create metal degradation.
Minimizes safety concerns inherent with high pressure cleaning methods.
AG Sonic Clean makes all of these Ultrasonic Cleaning advantages a reality for our clients in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
What is ultrasonic cleaning?
Ultrasonic cleaning is an exceptional technique that facilitates the cleaning process. It is an exceptionally thorough process which cleans efficiently various items. This powerful process can perform very detailed work quickly and successfully remove microscopic particles from hard surfaces. External as well as internal surfaces, blind holes and crevices, can be cleaned simultaneously and uniformly. Greasy, oily and sticky parts are efficiently cleaned with an ultrasonic cleaning unit.
Ultrasonic cleaning cleans better, faster and is environmentally safe since it uses a water based cleaning solution. It often replaces the conventional solvent cleaning process.
Why purchase an ultrasonic cleaning unit?
•Self financing through labor saving and water base solvent.
•Ability to reach into small crevices.
Q: Why is Ultrasonic Cleaning so Efficient and Effect?
A: When cavitation happens near a dirty object, the vacuum action produced by those million of bubbles constantly imploding creates a tiny pressure wave that reaches deep into every nook and cranny of even the most delicate items.
This tiny pressure wave dislodges and breaks up the dirt and other contaminants and gently lifts it away. The result isvery fast and effective cleaning.
Ultrasonic Cleaning Step :
Place your disassembled motor boat engine components in the cleaner’s mesh basket. Position them to avoid contact with each other.
Place the parts basket into the heated bath. Cleaning time will vary depending on the condition of the parts but you can start at 40 minutes. Use this time to handle other chores.
At the end of the cycle remove the basket and inspect the parts for cleanliness. If you are not happy replace them in the bath for another run. A caution: do not reach into an operating ultrasonic bath.
When parts are clean, rinse them in fresh water to remove the ultrasonic cleaning solution residue. Allow them to dry and lubricate or oil as needed before reassembly.
When should you consider adding ultrasonics to a cleaning process?
Usually, the answer is whenever parts are not getting clean enough using the current method. Ultrasonics become a viable purchase when cleaning issues are negatively impacting productivity, quality and/or the bottom line. Effective cleaning with ultrasonics has been proven in a wide range of industries ranging from microscopic medical devices to reconditioned locomotive shafts, from aerospace parts to parts prior to coating, and more.
Ultrasonics can be included in a new cleaning process or sometimes can be retrofitted into an existing process. In many cases, rejects due to residue on parts can be virtually eliminated with the addition of ultrasonics into clean and/or rinse stations in a properly-configured parts cleaning line.
Ultrasonic Frequency and Watt Density
Ultrasonic energy occurs when sound waves are introduced into a solution such as water via a package that includes one or more ultrasonic generators and corresponding ultrasonic transducers.
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