|Material:||Stainless Steel 304||Application:||Bowling Ultrasonic Cleaner|
|Spare Part:||Stainless Steel Basket||Frequency::||40KHz|
|Tank Capacity::||38L||Ultrasonic Power:||600w|
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Bowling Ball Cleaner Bowling Ultrasonic Cleaner Clean Bowling Ball 40KHZ 38L
How an ultrasonic cleaner works to clean Bowling Ball
special solvents designed for cleaning Bowling Ball 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.
Bowling Ball 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.
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
Model: T-12S details:
|Model||T-12S (digital timer&heater, Power adjustable)|
|Tank size||500×300×250mm (LxWxH)|
|Unit size||640×440×470cm (LxWxH)|
|Packaging size||740x540x570mm (wooden case)|
|Ultrasonic power||240~600W adjustable|
|Power supply||AC110~130V, AC 220~240V, 50/60 Hz|
|Tank material||SUS304, 2mm thickness|
|Shell Material||SUS304, 1mm thickness|
|Others||With drainage, basket, lid|
|N.W./ G.W.||51KG/ 72KG|
|Warranty||1 year& tech support for life|
How Do Ultrasonic Cleaners Work?
A simple way that ultrasonic cleaners work is likening them to an automatic dishwasher, but with some added refinements. An automatic dishwasher, much the same as an ultrasonic cleaner, combines water and a detergent to remove grease, grime and other contaminants from objects being cleaned.
Applications for ultrasonic cleaners include cleaning precision optics and laboratory glassware. Instead of cleaning pots and pans and bowls, ultrasonic cleaners most often are used to clean various other metal and plastic products difficult or impossible to clean by other methods.
Components of an Ultrasonic Cleaner
Tanks to hold the cleaning solution. Tanks should be of stainless steel; their volume depends on the size of objects being cleaned
Ultrasonic transducers that create the cavitation and that are bonded to the bottom of the tank
A generator to power the transducers
Controls that range from a simple on-off switch to sophisticated microprocessors that govern cleaning time, sweep, pulse, degassing, temperature, ultrasonic frequency , ultrasonic power, auto safety shutoffs and other refinements. More on these below.
What Do Ultrasonic Transducers Do?
There are two basic types of transducers; piezoelectric (a.k.a. electrostrictive) or magnetostrictive, but their function is the same. They are excited by electric current provided by the ultrasonic cleaner's generator to vibrate at ultrasonic frequencies that cause the bottom (and sides as the case can also be) of the tank to vibrate and thus serve as a membrane. This vibration forms the vacuum bubbles that implode, (not explode) on contact with items in the ultrasonic cleaner tank thereby blasting loose and carrying away contaminants. There are also immersible transducers. Ultrasonic frequency is an important part of how ultrasonic cleaners work and is discussed next.
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