Saw Blades Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine
Industrial Ultrasonic Aqueous Cleaning Degreasing System We are one of the leading Manufacturers of ultrasonic cleaner, Suppliers and Exporters of Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine, Multi-tank Ultrasonic Cleaner Industrial Ultrasonic Degreasing Cleaning System . We process Multi-tank Ultrasonic...
Industrial Ultrasonic Aqueous Cleaning Degreasing System
We are one of the leading Manufacturers of ultrasonic cleaner, Suppliers and Exporters of Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine, Multi-tank Ultrasonic Cleaner Industrial Ultrasonic Degreasing Cleaning System . We process Multi-tank Ultrasonic Cleaners in highly controlled industrial environment. We have used the latest MOSFET base technology to deliver the best quality Multi Stage Ultrasonic Cleaners. Moreover, Multi Stage Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine, offered by us, are easy to use and handle.
|Model:JP-3120GH with pump circulating system|
AC380V, 50Hz, 3 Phase
Certificate:CE / RoHs / FCC / PSE
Before and after VS
Three stage ultrasonic cleaning tank size for reference
Tank inner size
(L xW xH mm)
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q - Why do I need to rinse parts after cleaning?
Rinsing is as important as cleaning in many applications and should be given the same attention as cleaning. Rinsing removes residues of the cleaning chemistry and the contaminants it has loosened to leave a part completely free of residue. Parts properly rinsed in de-ionized water or water processed by reverse osmosis will dry completely without water spots. Rinsing can be improved by increasing water flow or by adding more cascading rinse tanks. See the paper entitled "Ten Minutes to Better Rinsing" in the technical information section of this website for additional information. Further enhancement of rinsing can be realized by adding ultrasonics to the rinse tank(s).
Q - What is the best temperature for effective ultrasonic cleaning?
Temperature was mentioned earlier as being important to achieving maximum cavitation. The effectiveness of the cleaning chemical is also related to temperature. Although the cavitation effect is maximized in pure water at a temperature of approximately 160°F, optimum cleaning is often seen at higher or lower temperatures because of the effect that temperature has on the cleaning chemical. As a general rule, each chemical will perform best at its recommended process temperature, regardless of the temperature effect on the ultrasonics or megasonics. For example, although the maximum ultrasonic effect is achieved at 160°F, most highly caustic cleaners are used at a temperature of 180°F to 190°F because the chemical effect is greatly enhanced by the added temperature. Other cleaners may be found to break down and lose their effectiveness if used at temperatures in excess of as low as 140°F. The best practice is to use a chemical at its maximum recommended temperature not exceeding 190°F.
Q - How close should the parts be to the sonic source?
Optimal spacing to minimize part damage would be to keep the basket two inches away from the radiating surface and one inch from the air to water interface
Q - Is ultrasonic cleaning effective for blind holes and tops of parts?
As long as the liquid in the bath can find its way into blind holes then the ultrasonics can and do work in blind holes and on top of the parts.
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.