Double Tank bolts and gears cleaning tool ultrasonic cleaning machine
| Model|| JP-2048G|| JP-2072G|| JP-2144G|
|1st Tank size|| 550*400*350|| 600*500*450|| 1000*600*600 mm|
|2rd Tank size|| 550*400*350|| 600*500*450|| 1000*600*600 mm|
|Ultrasonic power (W)|| 2400|| 3600||7200|
|Heating power(W)||3000|| 4500||9000|
|Frequency|| 28K OR 40Khz|
|Tank material|| 304 stainless steel|
|Tank thickness|| 2.5 mm|
|Timer|| 1s-99 hours|
|Drain valve|| 1 inch|
|Basket & Lid|| Yes|
|Machine Voltage|| 380V/3 phase|
|Features|| With castor|
Stainless Steel Construction ensures solidness and durability;
High efficiency transducer;
Twin Tank ,one for cleaning and one for rinsing ,to achieve better cleaness effect;
All Components are Easily Accessed for Maintenance Operations;
Fiberglass Control Enclosure Provides Ease of Operation while Eliminating Potential Corrosion;
Digital Ultrasonic Timer Included as Standard Equipment;
Filtration system / customized size is available.
How ultraosnic cleaner works:
Electrical energy is converted into mechanical vibrations thanks to special elaborated transducers.These vibrations are transferred into the fluid through the walls of stainless steel.This creates tiny microscopic vacuum bubbles, which cause consecutive implosions (cavitation).The high-energy jets that are thus created can efficiently remove dirt from surfaces an materials placed in the cleaning bath.
Ultrasonic metal finishing aggressively removes solid materials,grime, oil, from metal surfaces without damage. An absolutely clean substrate is critical
for electroplating, electrophoretic coating, or powder coating. Whether applying organic coatings or metal deposits, a high quality finished product can be ensured by ultrasonic pre-treatment cleaning.
Manual, automatic or fully automatic, the system offers the possibility of an individual and flexible assembly to achieve the best combination of required units for cleaning, rinsing and drying.
Can be extended step by step, at any moment, according to your needs and available budget.
Before and After:
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.
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.