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|Ultrasonic Power:||144~360W||Ultrasonic Frequency:||40kHz|
360W 15L Digital Ultrasonic Cleaner , Laboratory Use Ultrasound Cleaner LS -15P
1x LS-15P ultrasonic cleaner
1x SUS basket
1x SUS lid
1x power cord
1x English instruction manual
|Tank size||330x300x150mm (13"x11.8"x5.9")|
60x 400 x 370mm (18.1"x15.7"x14.6")
|Power supply||AC 100-120V, 50/60Hz; AC 220-240V, 50/60Hz|
|Warranty time||12 months|
|Shipping method for sample||DHL , FedEx , UPS , TNT , EMS , ARAMEX|
Any capacity is available from us. Tank size can be design based on your requirement.
Gently moves parts to assist with cleaning
Remove all components for next operation
Reduces/replaces hazardous cleaning solvents
Micro-clean parts reduces part failures
Lower labor costs - Increased profits
12months warranty, lifetime maintance.
if any technical problem, replacement parts will be send immediate.
Please feel free to contact with us if any question about ultrasonic.
Castor with brake
Built-in thermostatically controlled heat
Stainless steel lid
1 Phase/120VAC or 1 Phase/240VAC Standard
Q: Can ultrasonic cleaning damage parts?
A: Ultrasonic can't damage parts.
Ultrasonic cleaning is considered safe for most parts, although in some cases it is necessary to observe caution. Although the effects of thousands of implosions per second is very powerful, the cleaning process is safe.
Q: Shall I need to operate my ultrasonic cleaner with heater?
A.: Temperature plays a crucial role in the cleaning process. The number of cavitation bubbles increases proportionally to temperature increase. This happens up to about 60°C beyond which cavitation begins to decline and stops completely when the liquid’s boiling point is reached. However as the temperature and vapor pressure increase the cavitation energy decreases. Thus, each cleaning chemistry provides maximum cleaning efficacy at an optimum temperature setting.
Q.: How to choose frequency based on different object?
A.: As with the cleaning chemistry and its properties, the choice of frequency is also critical to your cleaning application.
The size of the cavitation bubble determines the amount of energy released at implosion. This is governed by the frequency of the ultrasonic generator/transducer set. Higher frequencies generate smaller-sized bubbles.
A larger cavitation bubble releases more energy on implosion resulting in a more intense cleansing action. A smaller bubble has a gentler impact. As a general rule of thumb, high frequency is good for fine particles and cleaning of very small features on substrates while the lower frequency is suitable for heavy and coarse contaminants.