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|Model:||JP-030S||First Tank Volume:||4.5L|
|Tank Size:||300*150*100mm||Ultrasonic Power:||180W|
|Timer:||0~30 Minutes Adjustable||Temperature:||20~80℃ Adjustable|
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4.5L Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine 180W for Milk tea straw / Glass Applicator 40KHz
Ultrasonic cleaning methods are more common than conventional cleaning methods, especially the surface of the workpiece is complex, such as some surface irregularities, mechanical parts with blind holes, some products that are particularly small and have high requirements for cleanliness such as watches and clocks. Precision mechanical parts, electronic components, circuit board components, etc., can achieve very good results by ultrasonic cleaning.
The cleaning effect is good, the cleanliness is high and the cleanliness of all the workpieces is consistent. The cleaning speed is fast, the production efficiency is improved, and the cleaning liquid is not required to be touched by human hands, which is safe and reliable. Deep holes, slits and hidden parts of the workpiece can also be cleaned. No damage to the surface of the workpiece, saving solvent, heat, work site and labor.
|Material of tank||SUS304|
|Material of shell||SUS304|
|Timer||0~30 mins adjustable|
|Power supply type 1||AC 100~120V, 50/60Hz|
|Power supply type 2||AC 220~240V, 50/60Hz|
|Tank inner dimension||300*150*100mm|
|Certificate||ISO9001:2008 & CE & RoHS|
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|Model||Capacity||Tank Size||Ultrasonic Power||Heating Power||Frequency|
How much ultrasonic power does your cleaning tank require?
The right amount of ultrasonic energy (usually expressed in watts/gallon) depends on the size of the cleaning bath and the difficulty of the cleaning requirement. Tanks in the one- to two-gallon range often provide up to 90 watts per gallon of ultrasonic power, plenty for most jobs, even cleaning out the ultra-fine passages of fuel injector nozzles.
"Achieving the same cleaning effect in larger tanks requires less energy density," Pedeflous noted. "Excellent cleaning has been demonstrated in tanks having 50 gallons capacity with only 25-30 watts per gallon. The more difficult the application, the greater energy density is required for effective cleaning."
On the other hand, too much ultrasonic power may result in cavitation erosion occurring on delicate or highly polished parts that are near the transducer-radiating surface. Cavitation is the formation and collapse of low-pressure bubbles that can pit the surface of metals. Aluminum, copper, brass and other soft metals are especially susceptible to cavitation erosion.
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