Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Heating Power:||4500W/tank||Funtion:||With Oil Filtration System|
|Accessories:||Basket, Lid, Drainage,||Voltage Of Generator:||AC110V / AC220V, 1phase|
Ultrasonic Cleaning System Dies and Moulds Carbon Deposit Clean with Rinsing Tank
Cleaning dies and moulds is labour intensive and also often abrasive. By using ultrasonic for mould
maintenance, the result is a cleaner mould with reduced manual input and no wear leading to large cost savings, extended mould life, and shorter payback time. The technique suits plastic, rubber and die cast moulds and tools.
Limplus Custom Ultrasonic Cleaner with rinsing tank, drying tank and oil filtration system for excellent cleaning result.
Ultrasonic is an immersion technology that requires three components.
1st Tank: hold the cleaning liquid and for pre-cleaning with ultrasonic
2nd tank: rinse the dies and moulds with residual chemical with filtrationi system.
last tank: Drying the moulds raplidly.
As a result, many popular sized units are supplied with integral agitation platforms capable of handling the weight of a typical plastic injection mold. These air driven platforms are adjustable in stroke and frequency and also serve to lift and lower the parts being cleaned to facilitate placement and handling.
Specifications: (Customized tank size is welcomed)
|Tank Dimension(mm)||600*450*400mm / tank|
|Ultrasonic power||3000W for tank with ultrasonic|
|Heating power||3KW / Tank|
|Voltage of tank||AC220V / AC380 / AC415V, 3phase|
|Voltage of generator||AC110V / AC220V, 1phase|
|Accessories||basket, lid, drainage,|
Ultrasonic cleaning gives the following advantages:
1. Short wash process leading to reduced time spent in cleaning
2. No manual labour required. An operator is not required when the machine is cleaning the mould
3. High levels of cleanliness give longer life in production
4. No abrasion of precise edges and surfaces gives longer mould life
5. No solvents needed because of aqueous process
6. Suitable for all moulds, large and small
7. Machinery is simple and easy to use
Ultrasonic cleaning uses high-frequency sound waves to remove mould residues and fouling from tooling and plates that are immersed in a heated (usually 80 degree C) aqueous solution. An ultrasonic generator converts standard line-frequency current (60 or 50 Hz) into high-frequency electrical energy (20,000 Hz or more). The generator is connected to small transducers that are mounted to the bottom or sides of a wash tank. These transducers vibrate at ultrasonic frequencies (20 kHz and above) when the current passes through. This causes the bottom or sides of the tank to vibrate like the diaphragm in a speaker, which creates microscopic bubbles that form and collapse in the tank (a phenomenon known as cavitation), which scrub and loosen vent residues and grime. The energy released from these microscopic scrubbing bubbles produces forces at 10,000 degree F at 7500 psi, which is powerful enough to loosen contaminants without damaging critical edges or surface finishes.