Auto Parts Egr Valve Carbon and Oil Cleaning Machine
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- Model NO.: JP-080T
- Cleaning Media: Wet Cleaning
- Cleaning Precision: Precision Industrial Cleaning
- Principle: Physical Cleaning
- Condition: New
- Feature: High Efficiency
- Tank Capacity: 22 L
- Heating Power: 500W
- Machine Type: Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaner
- Cleaning Process: Solvent Cleaning
- Transport Package: by Export Carton
- Origin: China
- Application: Auto Parts Cleaning
- Automation: Manual
- Control: Manual
- Certification: CE, RoHS, ["Ce, Ce, Ce","Ce, Ce"]
- Customized: Customized
- Tank Material: Full Stainless Steel 304
- Ultrasonic Power: 480W
- Cleaning Solvent: Can Be Acid Alkaline
- Fuel: Electric
- Trademark: Skymen
- Specification: CE FCC LVD
- HS Code: 84562000
Touch control board;
Stainless steel tank ensure durablitiy;
Half-wave for option.
Ultrasonic Frequency: 40kHz
Tank Material: Stainless Steel SUS304
Tank Capacity: 22L
AC 100 ~ 120V, 50 / 60Hz
AC 220 ~ 240V, 50 / 60 Hz
Ultrasonic Power: 480W
Heating Power: 500 W
Unit Size: 500 X 300 X 150 mm ( L x W x H )
Tank Size: 580 X 330 X 280 mm ( L x W x H )
N. W.: 12 kg
G. W.: 21 kg
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Before and after:
How does ultrasonic cleaning work?
Cavitation, the collapse of millions of tiny bubbles created by ultrasonic vibrations, releases high energy and enormous cleaning power. This cleaning action gently and thoroughly removes dirt, oil, and contaminants from every surface in contact with the cleaning fluid. Because the liquid can penetrate into very small crevices, ultrasonic cleaning can clean intricate items that cannot be cleaned by hand
An ultrasonic carburetor cleaner cleans even gummed up carburetors. Stop wasting time hand cleaning!
Fast and effective cleaning with no manual labor
Powerful enough to remove carbon deposits yet gentle on aluminum parts
Use water-based cleaning solutions, no toxic solvents
Ultrasonic parts cleaners remove dirt, oils, lubricants, carbon, and other types of grime that build up on engines and mechanical parts. Grooves, internal passageways, seals, and other hard to reach areas are cleaned easily, eliminating hours of disassembling and reassembling complex parts. Carburetors, pistons, cylinder heads, aluminum parts, and brake calipers are a few examples of components that are cleaned thoroughly with no manual scrubbing in an ultrasonic cleaner
How long do I need to clean my components for?
Cleaning time varies depending on the performance of your ultrasonic bath and the level of contamination present. Different conditions (temperature, ultrasonic power, detergent and detergent dose) will all have an effect on the length of time required to clean a component.
How much can I load into my ultrasonic cleaner?
The more instruments placed into an ultrasonic bath, the less effective the cleaning cycle is going to be. It is not advisable to place instruments in the basket so that they overlap as a more effective clean will be generated if all surface areas are openly exposed to the cleaning solution. However, filling a basket so that there is clear space between instruments should lead to an effective cleaning cycle.
Why do I need to degas my ultrasonic cleaner before use?
Gases are present in tap water. To allow optimum ultrasonic activity to occur within the bath these gases need to be removed. Activating the ultrasonics, prior to initiating a cleaning cycle will remove these gases from the fluid.
The period taken to degas the fluid can vary depending on the size of the bath and the hardness of the water.
Should the lid be on my ultrasonic cleaner when in operation?
The lid should be kept on the ultrasonic cleaner while in operation.
The lid is for the protection of the operator and in medical applications the patients also. It prevents aerosols generated during the cavitation process from dispersing and contaminating the reprocessing environment. In addition, the lid reduces the noise levels created during the ultrasonic cycle and helps to maintain the heat of the cleaning fluid in the tank.
What is a piezo ceramic transducer?
The transducer is used to generate the ultrasonic waves in the fluid. Electrical energy is passed through the transducer which is then converted into ultrasonic energy. When bonded to a tank full of liquid, this ultrasonic energy creates the cavitation process within the bath.
What temperature is best for ultrasonic cleaning?
This will vary depending on the application but in general higher temperatures lead to better cleaning results.
For industrial cleaning higher temperatures will aid the cleaning process up to around 70°C. Tests have shown that the most effective cleaning occurs between 55 and 65°C.
Medical instrument decontamination should not be carried out above 40 degrees C as this can cause proteins and bioburden to coagulate and bake onto the item.