Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine
RTUL has been developing and manufacturing ultrasonic cleaning equipment and ultrasonic cleaning Machines for more than 30 years. We offer a large range of equipment ranging from tabletop compact cleaners, industrial cleaning tanks, multi-stage cleaning systems,s, and many other customized projects.
An ultrasonic cleaning machine is a stainless steel tank that has piezoceramic transducers bonded to the bottom or side. These transducers change size immediately upon being excited by an electrical signal. This size change causes the tank bottom or side to move, creating a compression wave in the liquid in the tank.
The demand for industrial cleaning has been ever-increasing, as highly cleaned components are indispensable for various production units. This is not only to create conditions for trouble-free manufacturing but also to decide the quality and service life of the product.
Ultrasonic cleaning machine uses high-frequency, high-intensity sound waves in a liquid to facilitate or specifically enhance the removal of foreign contaminants from surfaces submerged in an ultrasonically activated liquid in a fairly major way. Ultrasonic Cleaning Machines can remove all kinds of dirt and other particles such as grinding and polishing residue, oil, grease, and tightly-adhered contaminants from intricate items with sort of blind holes, cracks, and recesses.
RTUL’s Ultrasonic cleaning Machine is widely used in many industries, including medical devices, automotive, aerospace, dental, electronics, jewelry, and weapons, which generally is fairly significant. Ideal items for ultrasonic cleaning include medical and surgical instruments, carburetors, firearms, window blinds, industrial machine parts, and electronic equipment.
The principal of Ultrasonic cleaning machine is as follows:
Ultrasonic cleaning is used in different industry branches. Ultrasound travels in liquids in the form of a longitudinal wave. These longitudinal waves produce areas with overpressure and vacuum which have an influence on the evaporation of the liquid.
A liquid is conjoined through cohesion. If the intensity of ultrasonic activity is increased in the liquid continuously, the liquid will partially evaporate in the vacuum phase and microscopic tiny steam bubbles emerge.
In the following overpressure phase, the steam bubbles implode (cavitation). In this procedure, extremely high forces arise leading to micro blast waves and micro streaming. The cavitation is influenced by a lot of parameters. It is depending on the external pressure, the temperature, the sonic frequency and intensity, the type of liquid, and other sonic values.
Finally, the cavitation causes an excellent cleaning effect comparable to the attack of countless micro brushes.
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