Musical Instruments Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipment
28Khz or 40Khz,2400W ultrasonic power, timer 1-99 minutes and heater 20~95℃ adjustable; double tanks(cleaning+drying), the cleaning function or industrial parts rust/grease/oil/dust removing; the parts were dried in 5 minutes, the filtration system for...
Instruments Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipment
28Khz or 40Khz,2400W ultrasonic power, timer 1-99 minutes and heater 20~95℃ adjustable; double tanks(cleaning+drying), the cleaning function or industrial parts rust/grease/oil/dust removing; the parts were dried in 5 minutes, the filtration system for chemical/solvent recycle use, it is environmental and cost saving.
JP-2024GH with filter
1-99 minutes adjustable
2400W (cleaning tank)
2400W (drying tank)
AC 380V, 50Hz, 3 Phase
CE / RoHs / FCC / PSE
All the machines with 1 year warranty, the spare parts and work life technical support provide for free within warranty.
Can ultrasonic cleaning damage parts?
Generally, ultrasonic cleaning is safe for all materials; however, prolonged exposure to ultrasonic cleaning chemicals and detergents may interact adversely with the surface of certain metals. For more information regarding the specific cautions of using particular ultrasonic cleaning solutions, and general instructions for safe use of an ultrasonic cleaning system, consult the manufacturer of the product. Aluminum with mirror like finish can lose its brilliance if immersed in an ultrasonic tank. A special dispersion plate is necessary to keep that from happening.
What Are The Components for Ultrasonic Cavitation and Cleaning?
Ultrasonic waves, heat and an ultrasonic cleaning solution are the three components at the heart of an ultrasonic cleaning system. Ultrasonic waves sonically cavitate and heat the ultrasonic cleaning solution, causing these three components work together creating an environment where dirt, grime and oxidation melt away from a dirty surface.
When the three components, ultrasonic waves, heat and ultrasonic cleaning solutions come together, ultrasonic cleaning produces jaw-dropping results. Ultrasonic cleaning is simply a superior form of cleaning that replaces hours of intensive labor and inferior cleaning results, and removes the need for flammable solvents.
Are There Cleaning Solutions I Shouldn't Use In an Ultrasonic Cleaning System?
You should never use flammable liquids in an ultrasonic cleaning system. Because of the heat generated by the cavitation process, dangerous conditions will occur if flammable liquids are used for ultrasonic cleaning.
Use only those ultrasonic cleaning solutions recommended by the manufacturer of the ultrasonic cleaning system.
Should Parts Be Rinsed After An Ultrasonic Cleaning Process?
Parts should be rinsed after ultrasonic cleaning to remove chemical residue from the ultrasonic cleaning solution.
How often should ultrasonic solution be changed?
Ultrasonic solutions should be changed daily, or sooner if they become cloudy or contain a great deal of debris. Since the solution is contaminated, items should never be placed into the solution or removed with bare hands. Also, the lid to the ultrasonic unit should always be on when the unit is running to prevent any aerosolization of the solution.