Auto Parts ,aluminum cylinder head and engine block efficient cleaning tool ultrasonic cleaner
| 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.
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
There are so many uses for an ultrasonic cleaner in an auto shop. Ultrasonic car parts cleaning saves time by eliminating the need for manual scrubbing of auto parts covered with grease, oil, and other lubricants.
ultrasonic cleaner include filters, shock absorber parts, power steering parts, pistons, valves, fuel injectors, bearings - just to name a few. Larger industrial-sized units can be used for ultrasonic carburetor cleaning and ultrasonic exhaust manifold cleaning, where cleaning action is needed deep within the network of passages. This large capacity also allows for ultrasonic crankshaft cleaning and ultrasonic cylinder block cleaning as well the means to clean multiple parts at once.
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 should I clean large, dense metal objects in my ultrasonic bath?
When cleaning large, dense objects it is important that if at all possible they are submerged in the ultrasonic tank at an oblique angle. This allows the energy developed to rebound around the ultrasonic tank maximising the full potential of the cleaner. This is particularly important if the ultrasonic tank has only one radiating face, i.e. the base of the tank.
Why does my ultrasonic bath continue to heat beyond the set temperature?
The ultrasonic activity within the tank will increase the temperature by about 10-15°C over an hour period even if the heaters are not in operation. The cavitation creates energy which in turn creates heat.
Can I use water alone in my ultrasonic bath?
Ultrasonic cleaning produces significantly better results when a detergent is used. We do not advise that water alone is used within the bath.
The correct detergent aids in the breakdown of decontamination while also reducing the surface tension of the bath and increasing ultrasonic activity.
What is the difference betwwen 28Khz and 40Khz?
Lower frequency produces larger cavitation bubbles which results in each implosion of a cavitation bubble having a higher energy level. As frequency is increased, the size of the cavitation bubbles becomes smaller which means that each bubble implosion will have relatively less energy. The difference in energy levels is compensated for by the fact that more cavitation bubbles are produced as the frequency is increased.
Higher ultrasonic cleaning is more gentle