|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Hong Sonic|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||2 Units|
|Packaging Details:||Carton Box|
|Delivery Time:||Depend On Quantity|
|Supply Ability:||20000 Units Per Month|
|Temperature Range:||0~80C||Time Range:||0~30mins|
|Tank Size:||330×300×150mm||Unit Size:||360×325×285mm|
|Product Name:||Diamond Ultrasonic Cleaner||Frequency:||40000Hz|
15L 300W Ultrasonic Diamond Cleaner With Heater For Diamond Jeweley Makers
Are Ultrasonic Cleaners Safe For Diamonds?
Yes. Ultrasonic cleaners are safe for diamond rings and other diamond jewelry. Diamonds are extremely hard. They have the highest rating on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. Diamonds are rated a 10, which is the highest rating.
Cubic zirconia, CZ rings, or CZ stones can safely be cleaned with an ultrasonic cleaner. This stones Mohs rating is 8 to 8.5. Hard stones cleanup well. Other examples of hard stones are sapphires, garnets, rubies, and topaz.
Precious metals such as gold, white gold, silver, and platinum are safe to clean. Glass, plastic, and Pandora type charms are fine as long as the bracelet does not have any leather on it. More on that on the next segment.
This industrial-grade ultrasonic cleaner is excellent for cleaning large and small items. It is fitted with two powerful transducers of 50 W each. The Hongsonic 6.5L ultrasonic diamond cleaner features the latest technology in ultrasonic cleaning that increases its versatility; you can use it for cleaning, cavitation, oxidation, and maintenance, among other uses. What's more, its 6.5L stainless steel chamber is thick and sturdy, so your items are safe during the cleaning process. For optimal cleaning performance, users can set a cleaning temperature range of 68-140 degrees Fahrenheit and select cleaning time options of 1-30 minutes. It has a dual fuse system protects it from burn-outs caused by frequent turning on and off.
|Ultrasonic power||0~300W adjustable|
1. How Long Should the Items Remain in the Cleaner?
It depends on factors such as the temperature, solution, the degree of cleanliness required, and the dirt present. For jewelry, experts recommend cleaning them for 5-10 minutes. You will see the dirt removal within a few minutes of use.
2. How Can I Enhance the Cleaning Process?
It depends on the item you intend to clean and the type of ultrasonic cleaner you are using. However, for optimal cleaning, set a suitable temperature and timing for the cleaning process. The size of the ultrasonic cleaning machine and the cleaning solution used also determines how well it cleans the item.
3. Which Jewelry should I not Clean Using an Ultrasonic Cleaner?
Ultrasonic cleaning machines use sound waves to remove dirt that has accumulated on the surface of your jewelry. As such, not all jewelry materials can be cleaned using this machine. For example, diamond jewelry loses clarity and develops internal damage when cleaned using an ultrasonic cleaner.
4. Which Cleaning Solutions Should I Not Add to the Water?
Solutions that have low flash points should not be added. The cavitation process works by releasing energy, which is converted to heat and then to kinetic energy. As a result, high-temperature gradients are generated in the solutions. Using flammables, bleach, acids, or other such agents produces even higher temperature gradients that can be extremely risky. Here is a list of effective cleaning solutions:
· Alkaline Solutions: With a pH of 10 or higher, they are great for cleaning stainless steel, metals, zinc, tin, copper, and cast iron. Alkaline solutions also work well when cleaning ceramics, glass, and plastic materials.
· Acidic solutions: they have a pH of 5 or lower hence, more aggressive than alkaline solutions. As such, acidic solutions are used for cleaning specific materials, e.g., removing oxides from metals as long as the solution contains inhibitors that protect the base material.
· De-ionized water: it is great for cleaning all kinds of material-metals, plastics, rubber, glass, and fabrics.
· High Caustic solutions: these are special alkaline solutions used for removing waxes, heavy grease, and oils from steel, cast iron, and stainless steel.