|Heater:||20-95℃ Adjustable||Basket:||Layered Design For Different Cleaning|
|Application:||Diesel Engines Industrial Cleaning||Sovent Recycle:||Filter System Optional To Move Oil|
|Use:||Motor Engine Block||Cleaning Typer:||Automotive Cleane|
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Diesel Engine Auto Car Ultrasonic Cleaner Used Repair Facility To Clean Heads, Injectors Injection Pumps
Diesel Engine Auto Car Ultrasonic Cleaners is primarily an aqueous tank systemthat uses ultrasonic energy to remove dirt, grease, oiland baked-on carbon from parts. Contaminants such aspaint, rust, glued-on gaskets, and heavy layers of bake don carbon can also be removed by ultrasonic cleaning but require more aggressive chemistries. Unlike someother cleaning processes, ultrasonic cleaning will notdamage intricate, lightweight, or easily damaged parts.
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AGSONIC ultra sonic cleaning of all parts old and new prior to assembly of the engine. This Ultrasonic Cleaning Method is long known as the "benchmark" in cleaning. Ultrasonic cavitation is able to clean right down to the surface of a part and beyond. It is also able to reach internal areas, which are not accessible by using other cleaning means including spray and mechanical agitation. The forceful nature of ultrasonic energy provides the physical "push" required to break the mechanical and ionic bonds that hold very small particles to surfaces.
Ultrasonic Cleaning of Engine Parts, Car engine parts, Truck engine parts and Motor bike engine parts
Our Ultrasonic cleaning process, can effectively clean the following components- Aluminum castings, engine blocks, Carburetors, Cylinder Heads, Engines, Engine Components, Gear Boxes, Filters, Tubes and Valves.
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The Advantages of AG Engine block ultrasonic cleaning machine
Ultrasonic cleaning machine delivers high performance industrial strength, cleaning action on Engine block, carburetor and Engine parts
01: Cleans carbon deposits from carburetors and all manner of engine parts
02: Removes stubborn oil grease, lubricants, paint, rust, and dirty (with-pre-cleaning in same cases
03: Aluminum sate
04: Penetrates deep into the part and cleans holes, small apertures and crevices
05: Clean sensitive parts like wiring and plastic without damage
06: Does not require line-of-sight for effective cleaning
07: Ensures part longevity due to high degree of cleanliness
AG Engine block ultrasonic cleaning machine are revolutionizing cleaning methods and processes on the automotive and mechanic shop floor, our Engine block ultrasonic cleaning machine can clean all kinds of automotive, aircraft, and marine engine parts, ultrasonic technology for cleaning parts eliminates manual labor while providing you with superior cleaning action, most parts can be cleaned with environmentally friendly water-based solutions
The cleaning scope of AG Engine block ultrasonic cleaning machine
Suitable for all types of engine parts
AG engine block ultrasonic cleaning machine effectively and thoroughly clean all types of engine parts
01: Automotive: thoroughly removes carbon deposits, grease, and other types of dirty and contaminants from carburetor, exhaust manifolds, cylinder blocks, 2-stroke and 4 stroke motorcycle engines, snow machines, ATV cylinders and heads, and more.
02: Marine: Suitable for inboard and outboard motors, the cleaning chemistry is both thorough and gentle on the aluminum parts reducing the risk of future corrosion
03: Aircraft: The high performance demands of aircraft engines establish the need for an intensive
cleaning process that will restore the engine part to near original condition, our engine block ultrasonic cleaning machine easily, thoroughly, and safely clean both large and small parts, turbine blades, fuel nozzles, generator components, brakes and other parts that require periodic cleaning are all effectively and thoroughly cleaned using the ultrasonic cleaning process
Choosing the right combination for your specific situation can be challenging if this is your first time, just send email to AG SONIC, we will quickly help you identify the optimum product and cleaning chemistry combo
Why choose ultrasonic cleaning machine to clean our engine block and engine parts?
Clean intricate and difficult to reach areas easily
A major challenge of any cleaning system is the difficulty faced in tackling tiny spaces, intricate geometries, and difficult to reach surfaces, ultrasonic cleaning penetrates even blind holes and small apertures, that previously had hit-and miss success rates, the uniform agitation of the cleaning solution ensures that the cleaning action penetrates even hard to reach areas that previously required specialized brushes and other complicated cleaning devices with no real guarantee of a successful and consistent cleaning outcome, various factors go into determining which combination of an ultrasonic unit and chemical solution is suited to your particular requirement
For effective cleaning the ultrasonic cleaning machine must use the right of cleaning chemistry, operate at the right temperature and use the correct frequency, the part to be cleaned the contaminant to be removed and the degree of soil, determine this, our years of experience advising manufacturing and maintenance clients on the right process for their cleaning needs help us identify the exact product combo that you need, just send AG SONIC email or call us, and we’ll guide you to the right solution quickly
How to Specify Ultrasonic Frequency Ultrasonic frequency is produced by generator-powered transducers bonded to the bottom of the tank. They vibrate in kilohertz (kHz or thousands of cycles per second) above the hearing range, which is approximately 20 kHz.Most ultrasonic cleaners operate between 35 and 45 kHz. This frequency range is well suited to the vast majority of cleaning tasks. Sample prep is often accomplished with units operating at 37 kHz. An example of an ultrasonic unit especially designed for sample prep is microprocessor-controlled
A lower frequency such as 25 kHz produces larger cavitation bubbles.
When these bubbles implode they release a larger amount of cleaning energy. For coarse cleaning such as removal of lapping abrasives or polishing paste, a lower frequency will be more effective. Note that the lower the frequency, the louder the cleaning operation. Sound-deadening tank lids with insulation are a good idea when operating at 25 kHz. Another useful accessory is a noise-protection box in which to place the unit.
A higher frequency produces smaller cavitation bubbles.
These cover fine featured complex surfaces more thoroughly and are gentler than low frequencies.