Hospital Medical Equipment Ultrasonic Bath

Features:
1. Original BLT type transducer
2. SUS stainless steel housing Hard-Cr plating Treatment ( 20 + microns )
3. Adaptable for continuous operation
4. Adjustable ultrasonic power

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Ultrasonic cleaning rising drying machine
Features:

1. Original BLT type transducer

2. SUS stainless steel housing Hard-Cr plating Treatment ( 20 + microns )

3. Adaptable for continuous operation

4. Adjustable ultrasonic power

5. With separate control ultrasonic electronic generator

6. Custom made size is available

7. Transducer no./transducer box: range[6pcs~48pcs per box]

8. Ultrasonic power: 3600W x2

9. Ultrasonic frequency: 28KHZ/40KHz


Product specification

Model

JP-3072GH

1st Tank size

60×50×45cm

2nd tank size

60×50×45cm

3rd tank size

60×50×45cm

1st /2nd Ultrasonic power

3600W

1st /2nd  Heating  power

9000W

3rd heating power

4500W

Timer

1~99H adjustable

Heater

20 ~95℃ adjustable

Frequency

28/40kHz

1st / 2nd Tank capacity

135L+135L

Package

1unit/wooden case

Voltage

380V, 50/60Hz


Standards below

1. Tank material: SUS304/316, thickness 2mm.

2. Independent generator controlling system

3. Digital timer, 1-99 H adjustable.

4. Memory function, remembers your settings even after reboot.

5. Safe switch, protect machine and your life

6. Machine components: control box, basket, inlet valve, drain valve, silencer cover, casters etc.


Product details
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Application:

Industry

The cleaning products and materials

Remove dirt

Car Part

Engine part, Piston ring, carburetor,flow meter housing, compressorshell, electrical components, etc.

Iron flingsg, polishing powder,oil, stamping oil, dirt, etc.

Electroplate

Galvanized parts, mold, stamping parts, etc.

Polishing scrap iron, oil, blackiron shell, rust, oxidationshell,scrap iron, polishing powder,stamping oil, dirt, etc.

Medical Instrument

Medical instrument, denture, etc.

Iron flings, polishingpowder,oil, stamping oil, dirt, etc.

Hardware & machinery part

Bearing, gear, ball, metal shaft parts, tools, adjustable valveand cylinder parts, burner, compressors, hydraulic press,gun and ultracentrifuge, city water faucet, etc.

Cutting oill, iron ilings,grease,polishing powder, fingerprinting, and so on.

Optical device

Glasses, lens, prism, optical lens, filter lens, glass device, film,optical fiber, etc.

Plastic, resin, paraffin, fingerprinting, etc.

Precision machine

Bearing, sewing machine parts, typewriter, textile machine,optical mechanical device, gas valve, watches, cameras,metal filter element, etc.

Machine cuting oil, iron flings, polishing powder, finger print,oil, grease, dirt, etc.

Electrical & electrical machine

Tube parts, cathode ray tube, printed circuit board, quartzparts, electronic components, telephone switching equipment,speaker components, power meter, LCD glass, core iron parts,computer floppy disk, video parts, hoop parts, head, photo diemask, etc.

Fingerprint, powder, cutting oil, stamping oil, iron filings, polishing materials, wanutpowder, polishing wax, resin,dust etc.

Semi-conductor

Integrated circuit, power tube, siliconwafer, diode, lead frame,capiÏ lary, tray, etc,

Hards, etching oil, stampingoil, polishingwax, dustpartides,ece

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About US

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Plywood standard export packing
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Q: What is your MOQ?
A: 1 set.


Q: How do I tell if my ultrasonic cleaner is working right?
A: 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?
A: Different cleaning requirements require different ultrasonic frequencies. Lower ultrasonic frequency means larger cavitation bubbles and more intense cavitation implosions. At higher frequencies, the cavitation bubbles are smaller, and although the cavitation implosions are individually less intense there are more of them. Frequencies below 80 kHz are commonly used for industrial cleaning applications where contaminants are relatively heavy and the parts being cleaned are robust.


Q: Can I use solvents in my ultrasonic cleaner?

A: Water-based solution are recommended. Flammable solvents MUST not be used in any cleaning system not specifically rated for use with them. Some solvents should be used only with extreme caution and ONLY in equipment specifically intended to be used with them. Most solvents require special equipment considerations to cavitate effectively because of their physical characteristics. The use of small amounts of solvent in glass beakers suspended in a water bath in an ultrasonic cleaner is the preferred method of handling any occasional need for small volume solvent cleaning.


Q: How much ultrasonic power do I need in my cleaning tank? Can I have too much power?
A: The right amount of ultrasonic energy (usually expressed in watts per liter) depends on the size of the cleaning bath and the difficulty of the cleaning requirement. Tanks in the one to 1 liter size range often provide up to 3 watts~5 watts per liter of ultrasonic power. Achieving the same cleaning effect in larger tanks requires less energy density. The more difficult the application, the greater energy density is required for effective cleaning. Too much ultrasonic power may result in cavitation erosion occurring on delicate or highly polished parts that are near the transducer radiating surface. Aluminum, copper, brass and other soft metals are especially susceptible to cavitation erosion.

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