|Material:||Stainless Steel 304||Application:||30L Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine|
|Option:||Chainrings And Cassette 40khz||Used:||Car Parts|
|Ultrasonic Power:||500 W||Frequency:||40khz Frequency|
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304 30L Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine, Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaner Chainrings And Cassette 40khz
An ultrasonic cleaner is the ideal method for cleaning and restoring delicate items, which makes jewelry a perfect candidate for this methodology. Day-to-day dirt and grime, oily residues and even jewelers rouge (a compound for cleaning and buffing jewelry) can be removed from the tiny crevices and hidden passageways of these items. This cleaning method is ideal because the equipment can be adjusted to the proper ratio and frequency required to clean but not damage items. This is one of the top benefits of
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.
Another unavoidable fact is that, with use, electronics get very dirty. Dirt and other contaminants are more than an inconvenience. If not cleaned properly, dirt on electronic components can cause the device to:
In order to protect users, preserve data and keep society running smoothly, it’s very important for electronics of all types to not just be regularly cleaned, but cleaned thoroughly.
Ultrasonic Equipment and Applications
All ultrasonic cleaning equipment consists essentially of an ultrasonic generator, and ultrasonic transducers. The ultrasonic generator supplies the electrical energy at the required frequency, whilst the ultrasonic transducer converts the electrical energy into the mechanical vibrations.
There is a wide range of ultrasonic equipment available, varying in capability and additional functions, making them a versatile choice for a wide range of cleaning processes.
|Ultrasonic Frequency||40,000 Hz|
|Ultrasonic Power||200 W|
|Heating power||450W strong power, quick heating|
|Unit Size||325 x 265 x 280 mm ( L x W x H )|
|Tank Size||300 x 240 x 150 mm ( L x W x H )|
|Package Size||435 x 360 x 350 mm ( L x W x H )|
|Power Supply||AC 100 ~ 120V, 50 / 60Hz|
AC 220 ~ 240V, 50 / 60 Hz
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
How Ultrasonics Work
Objects Ultrasonics Can and Can’t Clean Ground-In dirt and grime can be extremely tedious to remove by hand, however it becomes easy with the use of ultrasonic cleaners. A wide range of parts can be cleaned by the ultrasonic
process to a ‘Like New’ condition with the right detergent/solvent without damaging the part.
A physical effect called “acoustic cavitation” generated in the liquid is responsible for the cleaning process. Cavitations form when ultrasonic waves travel through liquid. When a sound wave travels through fluid it stretches and compresses the liquid to transmit the sound, as the amplitude of such sound waves increase to a critical level the negative pressures create cavities in the water.
As these cavities collapse high temperatures and large forces are generated in a very localized area, the accumulative effect of millions of these collapsing cavities is responsible for the cleaning action and are particularly effective when used with the correct detergent/solvent.
Cavitation takes place where ever the liquid comes into contact with the object being cleaned, for example;fine recesses/cracks and obscured chambers to clean where many other cleaning methods cannot reach.
Ultrasonic cleaners can be used to clean just about anything. The list below names the most common items cleaned by ultrasonics:
Most objects can be processed in an ultrasonic tank but there are some exceptions including some plastics, precious stones and electronic components. We advise checking with the manufacturer of the objects to be cleaned whether they are suitable for ultrasonic cleaning.
• Taps, Dies, Milling cutters,
• Engine Blocks,
• Jewellery (Gold, Silver and Platinum)
• Waterproof watches
• CD’s and DVD’s,
• Medical equipment / instruments (ultrasonic cleaning does not sterilize, it
must be followed by sterilisation in an autoclave)
• PCBs / assemblies (clean with caution, see operational advice below)
• Golf clubs,
• Paint spray guns, Airbrushes
• Tattooing equipment (ultrasonic cleaning does not sterilize, it must be
followed by sterilisation in an autoclave)
• Printer heads,
• Diving respirators,
• Bike parts and much more.
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