What is the relationship between frequency and power of ultrasonic cleaning transducers? What is the frequency and power in actual operation?
There is a certain relationship between frequency and power of ultrasonic cleaning transducer. In general, the higher the frequency of the ultrasonic cleaning transducer, the higher its power. This is because the higher the frequency, the more vibrations occur per second, and the more energy is generated, so the power is relatively high.
In practice, the frequency of ultrasonic cleaning transducers is usually between 20 (KHz) kilohertz and 100 (KHz) kilohertz. Higher frequency can provide higher cleaning effect, suitable for small, fine object cleaning, but correspondingly lower power. The lower frequency is suitable for cleaning large, heavy objects, and its power is relatively high.
In common industrial cleaning applications, the frequency is generally between 25 KHZ and 40 KHZ. Frequencies in this range can effectively generate high-energy ultrasonic beams for cleaning surfaces of various types of objects. The choice of power is usually affected by the characteristics of the cleaning object and the cleaning requirements. The lower power is suitable for cleaning sensitive objects or small parts, so as not to cause damage or deformation. The higher power is suitable for cleaning large, hard or stubborn dirt.
For example, for cleaning parts with heavy oil, it is necessary to choose a high-power ultrasonic cleaning machine in order to generate enough vibration and impact force to remove the oil. For smooth and precise workpiece, it is necessary to choose a lower frequency ultrasonic cleaning machine to avoid damage to the workpiece.
In practical applications, the power can usually be adjusted to adapt to different cleaning needs. Different cleaning scenarios and objects may require different parameter Settings, so in actual operation, it is necessary to adjust according to the cleaning requirements, object characteristics, and cleaning effect to obtain the best results.