|Oil Filter System
|Brass Musical Instrument
ultrasonic carb cleaner machine,
large ultrasonic parts cleaner
135L T-36S Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine For Brass Musical Instrument
We have the model T-36S with tank capacity L600xW500xH450mm in stock. If the tank size is not suitable, customized machine is also no problem.
|Specifications for ultrasonic cleaner T-30S
|External generator, more stable
|Oil filter system, pneumatic lift, rinsing tank, etc.
|110V, 1phase; 220V, 3phases/220V, 1phase; 380V, 3phases
Applied for ultrasonic cleaning of Brass Musical Instrument ,engine parts, block,Semiconductor wafer, optical glass, clocks, beads and any other plastic, metal parts, anyway, the cleaning parts can immerse into the water without damage
Why we use ultrasonic Brass Musical Instrument cleaner?
With cavitations effect Ultrasonic cleaning technology is widely used in engine block, engine parts cleaning, semi-conductor silicon chip cleaning, optical glass cleaning, parts of watch and cock cleaning, jewelry cleaning, polyester filtration core cleaning, widow blind cleaning and etc.
How to judge a good ultrasonic cleaner?
Actually the principle of the diferrent ultrasonic cleaners is the same, and the most important part of the cleaner is the PCB. So you need to make sure that the factory has an experienced engineer and good after service can be offered.
All imported stainless steel structure, thickening Stainless steel plate,
adopting high Q value transducer and German binding process large power of ultrasonic output, set solvent heating and temperature automatic thermostat instrument, and temperature control range 0~100, base solvent, no pollution
Range: semi-conductor silicon chip, optical glass, parts of watch and clock, glasses, Jewelry, polyester filtration core and etc
Ultrasonic cleaning is an effective system, quick and eco-friendly.
Energy is created in a generator and gets distributed to the transducers or ultrasonic generators, placed in the bottom and/or sides of the tank. This way ultrasonic waves are generated, imploding water’s molecule (cavitation), generating a microbrush in the piece about to be cleaned.