|Material:||Stainless Steel 304||Application:||Surgical Instrument Heating Ultrasonic Cleaner|
|Option:||Heating Ultrasonic Cleaner||Frequency::||40KHz|
|Tank Capacity::||10L||Cleaning Type:||Degreaser|
Heating Medical Ultrasonic Cleaner,
Degreaser Medical Ultrasonic Cleaner,
40KHz Ultrasonic Medical Instrument Cleaner
10L 240W Medical Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine For Surgical / Dental Instruments
Digital Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine For Surgical / Dental Instruments Clean 10L 240W!
How does it work?
Removal of contaminant from any type of component is achieved either via dissolution (for soluble contaminants), or displacement (for insoluble contaminants). The process of ultrasonic cleaning is an extremely effective aid during both these processes.
The dissolution of contaminant In order for soluble contaminant to be dissolved from the component part, it must be in constant contact with the cleaning agent. However over a period of time, the strength of the agent can become weakened and a saturation layer can form, acting as a barrier between the contaminant and the cleaning agent.
The ultrasonic implosions are highly effective at displacing the saturation layer, and thus allowing fresh cleaning agent to reach the contaminant.
In this way, ultrasonic cleaning is capable of speeding up dissolution processes and is especially beneficial when cleaning irregular surfaces or component internals.
Over time, saturate layer forms, blocking cleaning agent from contaminant
Ultrasonic implosions disperse saturate layer allowing cleaning agent to reach contaminant
Why is Ultrasonic Cleaning so Efficient and Effective?
When cavitation happens near a dirty object, the vacuum action produced by those million of bubbles constantly imploding creates a tiny pressure wave that reaches deep into every nook and cranny of even the most delicate items. This tiny pressure wave dislodges and breaks up the dirt and other contaminants and gently lifts it away. The result is very fast and effective cleaning.
How AGSONIC Ultrasonic Machines Create Cavitation
To create cavitation, AGSONIC Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems use our state-of-the-art Prowave™ Digital Generators to power electro-mechanical transducers that are submerged in a tank of hot water. These generators activate the transducers which then vibrate very quickly. This vibration sends sound waves through the water at frequencies ranging from 25 to 40kHz which produces cavitation.
Applications: Medical and scientific labs, Cleaning metal and plastic machine parts, Electronic components
Ultrasonic Sonifier Cell Disruptors .
Ultrasonic Sonifier Cell Disruptors are designed to bring the industry’s most advanced sample-processing capabilities to your laboratory. They are geared toward low-volume samples ranging from 0.2 to 500 mL. These Sonifier Cell Disruptors deliver up to 550 watts of power. They are quiet enough to operate on a lab bench without a sound enclosure. They are available with either a conventional or a handheld converter and can be used in a stack configuration to process longer-duration samples, or process samples quickly by hand using the comfortable, ergonomically-designed handheld converter. Some of the features are:
Handheld Converter - Offers an ergonomic grip for comfort and control, and a recessed push button and LED indicator for assured operation
Energy Mode - Manages the processing cycle to deliver a precise, user-determined input of ultrasonic energy (measured in joules), either continuously or in individual pulses. They automatically compensates for any variability, extending or shortening the cycle as needed to deliver the precise energy output
Process Monitoring - Monitors ongoing processes on a scrollable, digital screen, providing continuous updates of key variables including power level, energy usage, sample temperature, and experiment progress
Sample-Processing Programs - Enables users to create and store up to 20 sample processing programs. Program parameters include continuous or pulsed ultrasonics; time, energy, or temperature control modes; pulse on-time/energy, off-time and total on-time/energy; or amplitude as a percentage
Why Use Ultrasonic Cleaning?
Professionals in the dental, lab and medical fields use ultrasonic systems to clean instruments, apparatus, labware, crowns, dentures and other devices prior to sterilization. Ultrasonic cleaning greatly reduces the risk of cross-contamination and infection that can occur with manual cleaning. This procedure is critical in protecting instruments against hand contact and is at the center of infection risk control
Medical Ultrasonic Cleaner
Effective sterilization requires effective Medical Ultrasonic Cleaner and when it comes to cleaning reusable instruments and equipment, our equipment & detergents meets the most demanding criteria. Our industrial ultrasonic cleaners are used to assist with the cleaning of instruments that cannot be adequately cleaned manually such as spiral wound instruments like biopsy forceps etc. The ultrasonic vibration at the frequency used for cleaning does not kill microorganisms and infective aerosols may be produced.
Ultrasonic cleaners work by subjecting instruments to high frequency, high-energy sound waves. This causes the soil to be dislodged from instruments and drop to the bottom of the tank, or be sufficiently loosened that it will be removed during the rinsing process. The detergent used in the ultrasonic tank must be carefully selected in accordance with advice from the tank's manufacturer. Optimally it will be a neutral, low-foaming product and enzymatic cleaners will have enhanced benefits in this process.
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
Other models for your choice:
|Model||Tank size||Unit size||Volume||Actual ultrasonic power||Rated ultrasonic power||Ultrasonic frequency||Heating power||Time||Heater|
1 x ultrasonic cleaner
1 x SUS basket
1 x SUS lid
1 x power cord
1 x English instruction manual
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Ultrasonic Equipment and Applications
All ultrasonic cleaning equipment consists essentially of an ultrasonic generator, and ultrasonic transducers. The ultrasonic generator supplies the electrical energy at the required frequency, whilst the ultrasonic transducer converts the electrical energy into the mechanical vibrations.
There is a wide range of ultrasonic equipment available, varying in capability and additional functions, making them a versatile choice for a wide range of cleaning processes.
Types of Ultrasonic Equipment:
Bench Top Ultrasonic Cleaners
Bench top ultrasonic cleaning tanks, are small compact units, which consist of a simple heated ultrasonic tank.
These ultrasonic units are ideal for cleaning a wide variety of small and intricate parts, and typical applications ideal for these tanks, include:
• Jewellery cleaning
• Micro Electronics
• Optic Laboratory Equipment
• Intricate Castings.
• Brass clock part cleaning
• Dental Surgery Equipment
• Surgical instrument cleaning
• Electronic assembly systems
• Small machine components