|Material:||Stainless Steel 304||Application:||Cooper Mold Aluminum Parts|
|Option:||30L Ultrasonic Cleaning Tank||Used:||Fuel Injectors|
|Ultrasonic Power:||500W||Heating Power:||600W|
stainless steel ultrasonic cleaner,
ultrasonic parts washer,
Motorcycle Engine Ultrasonic Cleaner
Motorcycle Engine Ultrasonic Washing Machine Adjustable Thermo Controller
Ultrasonic cleaning uses sound waves to create millions of small bubbles in a tank of cleaning solution. The parts to be cleaned are submerged in the solution and as the bubble are formed and “explode” they remove any dirt, grease, carbon etc. This method also works very well. The one disadvantage that I noticed with ultrasonic cleaning is that aluminum parts do not come out of the cleaning tank looking like new. They seem to have some discoloration to them even though they were clean. If you are going to paint the parts then this shouldn't matter.
Motorcycle Engine Ultrasonic Washing Machine Adjustable Thermo Controller With Digital Timer Display
Cleaning the Fuel Injectors
If the fuel injectors are restricted or leaking, there are several options to clean them including:
1. A fuel injector-cleaning chemical that is poured into the fuel tank.
Provides a noticeable difference in power and drive-ability after one use. The disadvantages are that you can’t check the spray pattern, and the filters may become plugged with contaminants freed by the cleaner.
2. A cleaner that runs through the fuel rails and injectors.
Uses stronger chemicals that the in tank cleaners. Same disadvantages as 1.
3. An ultrasonic injector cleaner and injector flow bench.
The preferred method of cleaning injectors. Cycles the fuel injectors while the fuel injector tips are immersed in an ultrasonic bath, which uses an environmentally friendly cleaning fluid to clean the fuel injectors. The flow bench portion also allows a user to perform a flow test before and after cleaning, and it allows the user to observe the fuel injector spray pattern. This method requires that the fuel injectors be removed from the engine.
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.
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
Ultrasonic cleaning works on the principle of cavitation.
High frequency sound waves are generated and introduced in the cleaning liquid as mechanical energy through a series of transducers fitted on the outside bottom of the Mini Tank and radiating upwards.
The process of ultrasound creates numerous tiny vacuum bubbles
on the cleaning solution, which consequently implode. The energy released when tiny bubbles implode on the surface of the parts exposed to the cleaning solution causes an extremely effective cleaning force to the surface of the parts.
As the temperature of the cleaning solutions is directly related to the cavitational effect of the ultrasonic energy the Ultrasonic cleaners are delivered with built-in electrical heating elements complete with thermostatic controls. In this way an optimum combination of cleaning product (solution), temperature and ultrasonic power can be reached.
Other models for your choice:
|Model||Tank size||Unit size||Volume||Actual ultrasonic power||Rated ultrasonic power||Ultrasonic frequency||Heating power||Timer||Heating temperature|
Ultrasonics: The ONLY Way to Clean with Confidence
Regardless of the source of the dirt or contamination, AG Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems are designed to accommodate a wide variety of uses in diverse industries. Fast, effective and efficient, our machines will allow you to clean virtually any type of part or component. The following is just a short list of the many different types of items that have been cleaned using our systems.
What is the length of cleaning time?
Cleaning time will vary, depending on such things as soil, solution, temperature and the degree of cleanliness desired. Highly visible removal of soils should start almost immediately after the ultrasonic cleaning action begins. Cleaning time adjustment is the easiest (and most often misapplied) factor used to compensate for process variables. Although new application cycle duration can be approximated by an experienced operator, it usually must be validated by actual use with the chosen solution and the actual soiled parts.
What is the purpose of the unit heater?
The primary purpose of the unit heater is to maintain a solution temperature between cleaning cycles. The tremendous energy released by cavitation will generate the heat for cleaning.
Why must baskets be used?
Items being cleaned should never be placed directly on the tank bottom. Transducers (which produce the ultrasound) are sometimes bonded to the bottom of the tank. Items resting directly on the tank bottom can damage the transducers and/or reduce cavitation. Additionally, a tray or beaker will position the item within the optimal cleaning zone of the tank. The tray or beaker will also hold the load together and allow for easy, no-touch removal, draining and transport of the items to the next step in the cleaning process
What is the optimum cleaning temperature?
Heat usually enhances and speeds up the cleaning process, and most detergent solutions are designed to work best at an elevated temperature. The best way to find the optimum temperature, which will give you the fastest, cleanest and safest results, is to run tests. Usually, the best results are within the 50°C to 75°C range.
Understanding Ultrasonic Power
When an ultrasonic cleaner is running electrical power is consumed evenly but it is released in intervals to create the sound waves that shape the ultrasonic signal. Some manufacturers report ultrasonic peak power, others report average power, and some report both.
When comparing equipment you must compare based on the same criterion otherwise you’d be comparing apples with oranges.
While more power usually indicates faster and more effective cleaning, more power is not always better.
Too much power can damage electronic parts, the surface finish on a soft metal (e.g. aluminum), and other delicate items.
For cleaning extremely sensitive items, adjustable power is a useful feature.
Keep in mind that the larger the volume of solution, the more ultrasonic power will be needed for cleaning.
Most cleaners run at an average power of 50 to 100 watts per gallon, so the larger the tank the more power you need.Don’t attempt to increase the effective power of an ultrasonic cleaner by under-filling the tank.
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