|Product model||HF80-3||Bulk density||3L (2 seismic heads)|
|Ultrasonic power||100W||heating power||150W|
|Inner groove size||240*135*100mm||Frequency||80KHZ|
|Overall dimensions||265*165*220mm||Time||1-99995 (adjustable)|
|Function||Custom excitation digital drive, adjustable power, time and temperature, frequency sweep temperature protection|
The high-frequency ultrasonic cleaning machine uses waves that exceed the audio frequency of human hearing to conduct and act in the liquid for cleaning. When the acoustic wave propagates in the cleaning liquid, because the acoustic wave is a longitudinal wave, the longitudinal wave pushes the medium to change the pressure in the liquid to produce countless tiny vacuum bubbles. When the bubbles are compressed and burst, strong impulse energy is generated, which will disperse the dirt fixed on the surface of the object, resulting in "cavity effect" to achieve the cleaning effect. Because of the high frequency, short wavelength and strong penetration of ultrasound, it can achieve a cleaning effect that ordinary cleaning cannot achieve, especially for cleaning objects with hidden fine cracks or complex structures.
3L digital ultrasonic cleaning machine (304 stainless steel inner tank with heating and timing).
High frequency CNC ultrasonic cleaning machine has good cleaning effect, high cleanliness and consistent cleanliness of all workpieces. The cleaning speed is fast, and the production efficiency is improved. It is safe and reliable without manual contact with the cleaning liquid. Deep holes, fine seams and concealed parts of workpieces can also be cleaned. No damage to the workpiece surface, saving solvent, heat energy, work site and labor.
The ultrasonic cleaning machine has good cleaning effect and simple operation. The sound that people hear is an acoustic signal with a frequency of 20-20000 Hz. The acoustic wave higher than 20000 Hz is called ultrasonic wave. The transmission of acoustic wave propagates longitudinally according to the sinusoidal curve, resulting in a large number of small bubbles. One reason is that the local tensile stress in the liquid forms a negative pressure, and the reduction of the pressure makes the gas originally dissolved in the liquid supersaturated, and escapes from the liquid to become small bubbles; Another reason is that the strong tensile stress "tears" the liquid into a cavity, which is called cavitation