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|Frequency:||28kHz(better Effect For Degrease)||Capacity:||480liter|
|Timer:||0~999minutes Adjust||Temperature:||20~90C Adjustable|
|Ultrasonic Power:||4500W||Heating Power:||9KW|
Workshop Factory DPF Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine with High Frequency Strong Power SUS304
Ultrasonic cleaner simply saves time and resources by eliminating the need for manual scrubbing and dependence on needless cleaning chemicals.
The hazardous chemicals are replaced with chemical free/biodegradable soaps. Just to name a few examples of items that are commonly cleaned by a Table top ultrasonic cleaner include power steering parts, pistons, fuel injectors, valves, bearings, filters, shock absorber parts, etc.
Specifications of LS-9001:
Tank working dimension (mm): 1150*700*600(L*W*H)
Overall dimension (mm): 1380*880*900(L*W*H)
Tank total capacity: 483L
Tank material: SUS304 / SUS316L
In-tank surface finishing: Hard-Cr Plating Treatment ( 20+ microns )
Housing material: Stainless steel
Ultrasonic frequency: 28kHz / 40kHz
Ultrasonic transducer: 90pcs
Ultrasonic output power (MAX.): 4500W
Electronic generator:3units LSG1500
Heater (hot plate) power: 12KW
Power supply: AC220V/AC380V, 3phase
All standard sizes for option: (Customized size is welcomed)
|Limplus Single tank Ultrasonic Cleaners spec.|
|Construction Case||SUS304 (Mirror shining image available)|
|Temperature range||20~95℃ adjustable|
|Lid & Basket||Available, material: SUS304|
|Cleaning Tank voltage||AC110V/AC220V, 1phase||AC220V/AC380V, 3phase|
|Generator Voltage||AC110V / 220V 1phase|
|Features||Multi-direction castors with brake;
1 year warranty
Q: How to choose suitable frequency?
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.