|Material:||Stainless Steel 304 / 316||Application:||Immersion Detergent Tank|
|Cleaning Typer:||Transducer Packs||Frequency:||28 / 40 / 80 / 120 Khz|
|Application:||Car Part Cleaning|
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Industrial Cleaning Submersible Ultrasonic Transducer Underwater Transducer 40 Khz / 28khz
Our immersible transducer is custom designed for your particular application and tank size. It can be incorporated into existing tanks of any size and converted it into ultrasonic tank. It is controlled by our unique Pulse Swept Please contact us for specific information on how we can create one for your Immersible Transducer needs.
The range of immersible transducers come in various sizes ultrasonic powers and operating frequencies. We can select the size you need based upon your cleaning requirements and tank size. The immersible ultrasonic transducer systems are portable and can be moved from one tank to another if required. They are most suited to when you have already a tank installed in your production process or we can supply the complete system including the tank.
Immersible ultrasonic transducers are designed for use in new or existing cleaning tanks to improve the speed and effectiveness of rinsing cleaning and other processes. Single or multi- module units can be custom designed for tanks of any size.
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.
Immersible ultrasonic transducers do not require attachment to the tank (other than to hold them in position) to function efficiently. As a result, transducers can be moved from tank to tank and positioned as required for special applications when needed. Various mounting options are shown below.
Enhance Your Cleaning Process With immersible transducers
Deep cleaning ultrasonic immersible transducers give you the ability to add the ultrasonic advantage to your existing cleaning application. We bond and wire the immersible transducer inside a durable stainless steel container, and seal it with a stainless steel lid. This gives you the ability to "drop-in" transducers to an existing tank or application.
Ultras Wave Explanation
Pressure waves generated by high-frequency sound waves create micron-size bubbles in the aqueous cleaning solution. This bubble is shown just before implosion, which releases a tremendous amount of energy for cleaning
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Q. "Will ultrasonic cleaning remove the contaminants on my parts?"
A. The answer to this question relies almost entirely on the bond strength between the part, and the contaminant. If the contaminant has no physical or chemical bond to the surface, then ultrasonic cleaners will capable of removing it. However, if the contaminant has a strong bond to the part, such as that found with burned carbons, then a detergent must be selected which will have the ability to loosen the bond to a degree where the ultrasonic cleaner can easily remove it. This is why the use of proper cleaning fluids is so important in the ultrasonic cleaner.
Q - How do I tell if my ultrasonic cleaner is working right?
There is no universally accepted standard for evaluating the performance of an ultrasonic cleaner. Several methods are available which will detect day to day variations in relative ultrasonic intensity. The classic "aluminum foil test," removing graphite from a ceramic surface and various hydrophone-type devices are the most commonly used for this purpose. When using any of these, it is important to duplicate conditions as closely as possible to assure that any change indicates a true variation in the ultrasonic performance and is not related to a change in temperature, soil loading, chemical concentration or any of several other variables. For critical applications and where the expertise is available, an alternative approach is to evaluate the transducer condition by measuring its capacitance and resistance and to monitor the generator power by measuring its input current, input power or output power. If the transducer characteristics are within specifications and if the generator is drawing the correct power from the AC lines or delivering the
correct power to the transducers, the probability that the ultrasonic cleaner is working right is very high.
Q - Which frequency is best for cleaning?