|Material:||Stainless Steel 304||Application:||Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine|
|Spare Part:||Basket||Name:||2L Jewelry Silverware|
|Tank Capacity::||3.2L||Ultrasonic Power:||100W|
ultrasonic jewelry cleaning machine,
ultrasonic jewelry cleaning equipment
2L Jewelry Silverware Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine , Diamond Ring Cleaner Machine
How an ultrasonic cleaner works to clean jewelry
special solvents designed for cleaning jewelry can be utilized however very good results can also be obtained by using water and an environment friendly low pH cleaning agent. Low pH or excessively high pH chemicals should be avoided. These aggressive chemistries in combination with heat and the ultrasonic activity can potentially cause damage to delicate pieces.
In the cleaning process, items are submerged in the cleaning solvent. The intensity of the cleaner as well as the heat of the solution should be adjusted to successfully engage the application. Ultrasonic cleaners work quickly to completely remove dirt and other contamination through a cavitation process.
Jewelry is cleaned in the same way as other items. Items are submerged into a gentle solvent and the cleaning process sends ultrasonic waves through the solution which creates bubbles that clear away all dirt and grime clinging to the jewelry’s surface. In most cases a short two to three minute cleaning is all that is required for optimum results.
Benefits of cleaning jewelry with an ultrasonic cleaner
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.
Why Use Ultrasonic Cleaning?
Professionals in the dental, lab and medical fields use ultrasonic systems to clean instruments, apparatus, labware, crowns, dentures and other devices prior to sterilization. Ultrasonic cleaning greatly reduces the risk of cross-contamination and infection that can occur with manual cleaning. This procedure is critical in protecting instruments against hand contact and is at the center of infection risk control
1. Ultrasonic power: 0-100% adjustable
2. Time setting: 0-30min or 24 hours continuous working
3. Heating: 20-80℃ adjustable
4: Ultrasonic frequency: 28 kHz or 40 kHz
5: Material: 2mm thickness SUS304 tank for acid-proof.
6: Improved PCB design for stable and durable industrial use
7: More strong and uniform ultrasonic wave
8: With free lid and stainless steel SUS304 basket
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Ultras Wave Explanation
Pressure waves generated by high-frequency sound waves create micron-size bubbles in the aqueous cleaning solution. This bubble is shown just before implosion, which releases a tremendous amount of energy for cleaning
A: here are many advantages to cleaning parts with Skymen Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems, not the least of which are our machine’s incredible versatility. In fact, our ‘unofficial’ motto is; If it can fit into water, you can clean it.
While the versatility is one major advantage allowing you to clean almost anything, there are several other advantages that will dramatically benefit both you and your clients/customers. These include:
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