|Box Material:||SUS304/SUS316L||Ultrasonic Power:||1800W|
|Cable Lead-out:||Rigid Tube And Flexible Tube||Pack Size:||500x460x100mm|
submersible ultrasonic transducer,
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Side Tank Mounted Immersible Ultrasonic Transducer Enclosure for Engine Blocks
Since submersible ultrasonic boxes are most commonly added to existing stainless steel and other metallic based tanks, the boxes and ultrasonic power are made to fit such tanks. We can easily make our immersible ultrasonics into any tank configuration sizing required for your application with little to no additional custom size pricing.
Brief Introduction of the immersible ultrasonic transducers:
Immersible ultrasonic transducers are sealed stainless steel enclosures which allow for adding ultrasonics to parts cleaning new tanks or adding onto existing tanks, equipment and systems.
The number and placement of the submersible ultrasonic cleaning transducers is primarily determined by the volume of liquid in the tank, geometric layout of the existing tank, and load size of the parts. Depending on the size of the tank and parts cleaning application, the Watts of ultrasonic power per gallon or Watts/gal can vary from 30 to 100+ W/gal.
How to install the ultrasonic transducers:
The immersible ultrasonic transducers can be mounted on the sides or bottoms of the parts washing/cleaning tanks, depending upon their geometry. In general, side mounting is recommended for tanks where the depth is more than two times the smallest of the length / width and side mounting the ultrasonics reduces the debris and foreign material from settling on the top of the transducer box which will reduce the ultrasonic effectiveness.
What to clean?
These submersible ultrasonics can be made in 25/28 kHz frequency, for tough to clean parts like engine blocks and mold cleaning burnt on carbon, and 40 kHz frequency for general parts cleaning including precision machined components, in an agitated immersion parts washer or stationary metal sided tanks. Immersibles are not typically added to polypropylene, PVC, PVDF or other plastic based tanks as the plastic absorbs the ultrasonic energy thereby reducing the cavitation energy delivered to the part surface.
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