|Payment Terms:||L/C,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||100 Unit/Units per Month Ultrasonic Cleaner|
|Brand Name:||AG Sonic|
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Tank capacity:||61 liters|
|Transducer:||With 18 pieces transducers;|
|Frequency:||40 / 28 KHZ|
|Application:||Engine Block Car Parts Cleaning|
|Used:||Car Parts Truck Parts|
|Cleaning process:||Ultrasonic cleaning|
|Packaging Detail:||Ultrasonic Bath Cleaner wooden case|
|Model||Tank size||Unit size||Volume||Ultrasonic power||Frequency||Heating power||Timer||Heating temperature|
|Packing , loading, delivery time|
|Packing unit||1set/wooden case|
|Packing method||Export wooden case|
|Delivery time||About 15 working days|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1set|
|Transport method||By express company / air / sea|
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AGSONIC has been manufacturing ultrasonic parts cleaners for years, providing manufacturers with the highest-quality systems available. We are dedicated to manufacturing systems of many types and styles which include small table-top systems, large single-tank systems for injection molds are other large parts, strip and metal tape washers, aerospace parts washers, multi-stage machines which include cleaning, rinsing, and drying, automation systems, and custom equipment designed specifically for your needs. If you are in need of an ultrasonic cleaner, you will find what you are looking for at AGSONIC .
Ultrasonic Frequency and Watt Density
Ultrasonic energy occurs when sound waves are introduced into a solution such as water via a package that includes one or more ultrasonic generators and corresponding ultrasonic transducers.
The sound waves create microscopic bubbles of solution during periods of positive pressure, which implode and release a burst of energy during periods of negative pressure. This process is called cavitation. It is cavitation that enhances the separation of soils from substrates, often making ultrasonic cleaning faster, gentler, and more effective than other methods. Imploding bubbles travel wherever the solution goes, allowing cleaning activity even within complex part geometries and micro-parts.
When cleaning with ultrasonics the frequency of the sound waves is matched to the application. Frequencies range from 20 kHz to 170 kHz and above. The most commonly recommended ultrasonic frequency is 40 kHz. It is considered the “universal frequency” because it is generally safe for use in most applications and will produce the most intense cavitation energies to remove the most common types of contaminants (oil, grease, metal chips) from the widest range of substrates.
When should you consider adding ultrasonics to a cleaning process?
Usually, the answer is whenever parts are not getting clean enough using the current method. Ultrasonics become a viable purchase when cleaning issues are negatively impacting productivity, quality and/or the bottom line. Effective cleaning with ultrasonics has been proven in a wide range of industries ranging from microscopic medical devices to reconditioned locomotive shafts, from aerospace parts to parts prior to coating, and more.
Ultrasonics can be included in a new cleaning process or sometimes can be retrofitted into an existing process. In many cases, rejects due to residue on parts can be virtually eliminated with the addition of ultrasonics into clean and/or rinse stations in a properly-configured parts cleaning line.
Best Ultrasonic Cleaners for Auto Parts And Car Engine
Ultrasonic cleaner for engine parts are available in different size and versions that are suitable for the variety of needs – including the clean up of your car engine parts.
Here we provide our best reviews on top selling ultrasonic cleaners for car engine parts. Just check them out and get one as per your requirement.