The Ultrasonic Cleaning Process
Ultrasonic energy Introduces high- and low-pressure phases into a Meaning solution, which creates small vacuum bubbles throughout the solution. Once these bubbles reach a critical size, they violently implode creating an Intense scrubbing action. This process is known as ultras cavitation. These bubbles are microscopic in size and so. the complex surfaces of a part to be cleaned.
To create ultrasonic energy, piezoelectric transducers are bonded to the tank. An ultrasonic generator takes line voltage and covens it to a high frequency pulse that is applied to the transducers. The crystals in the transducers expand and contract with these electrical pulses greeting acoustic energy in the solution. It is this acoustical energy that creates the pressure changes leading to ultrasonic cavitation.
Industrial Ultrasonic Tanks
Tanks era constructed of cavitation resistant, bright annealed 316L stainless eel providing the optimum environment for precision cleaning with extended service life. Tanks are welded inside and out to Insure a long life and sturdy performance. Transducerized tanks are a plug-and-play solution for a number of cleaning needle.
Benchtops Ultrasonic Cleaners
Our tabletop cleaners ensure uniform cleaning throughout the tank by sweeping the ultrasonic frequency 3kHz, which creates overlapping ultrasonic waves. This approach elimiates inconsistent cleaning due to hot spots (areas of intense ultrasonic activity) in the cleaning solution, which is caused by the unvarying or "standing" waves produced by conventional ultrasonic power supplies.