|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Hong Sonic|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 Units|
|Packaging Details:||Wooden Case Packing|
|Delivery Time:||Depend On Quantity|
|Supply Ability:||5000 Units Per Month|
|Material:||SUS304 Or SUS316||Power Range:||0~3600W|
|Time Range:||1-99Hours Adjustable||Total Power:||12.6KW|
|Frequency:||28KHz Or 40KHz||Feature:||Big Capacity With Two Generators Control|
|Product Name:||Ultrasonic Carb Cleaner||Heating Power:||9KW|
3.6KW 360 Liter Ultrasonic Carburetor Cleaner For Motor Engine And Related Parts
Why You Need Hongsonic Ultrasonic Carburetor Cleaner?
A clean motorcycle carburetor mixes air and fuel at an efficient rate, creating overall improved engine performance. With use, motorcycle carburetors get dirty, rusty and greasy; in order to retain their ideal power performance, the intricate components need to be regularly maintained and cleaned. Specifically, fuel deposits accumulate and cause heavy build up in chambers, valves and screws; requiring a thorough cleaning. Traditional cleaning methods require that the carburetor be broken down to smaller components and cleaned with hazardous carb cleaning solvents. The pieces are then brushed and scrubbed by hand to remove the dirt and grime. This manual method takes a lot of time and work, costing the business money.
Ultrasonic cleaning works for a variety of motorcycle parts including:
injector jet nozzles
bearings and gear sets
seals on the pistons
oil and coolant hoses
2-stroke and 4-stroke motorcycle engines
Data Sheet Of HS-1072:
|Specifications for ultrasonic cleaner HS-1072|
|Tank capacity||360 Liter|
|Tank material||SUS304 Or SUS316|
|Control||Two Outside Generators Control|
|Optional||Oil filter system, pneumatic lift, rinsing tank, etc.|
|Voltage||110V, 1phase; 220V, 3phases/220V, 1phase; 380V, 3phases|
If this model is not suitable for your cleaning,please contact us for more detail.
Customer's Cleaning Feedback:
What is ultrasonic cleaning?
Ultrasonic cleaning technology was first developed by RCA way back in the 30s. In 1957, Kaijo Corporation developed their first ultrasonic cleaner that was the beginning of their product line of industrial ultrasonic cleaners. The use of the Ultrasonics has continually evolved over the years. Many advances in the past decade alone have made the technology particularly accessible and affordable to businesses that would have previously deemed it out of reach.
Ultrasonic cleaning is a powerful, but gentle cleaning method that makes practical use of a natural phenomenon called cavitation. The term refers to the behavior of bubbles in liquid, when they are subjected to intense levels of pressure variation.
When rapid changes of pressure pass through a liquid, the condition creates tiny bubbles that periodically implode to intense shockwaves. The forces generated by such implosions can be great enough to dislodge grease, rust or other stubborn deposits.
While the cavitation phenomenon is one that designers strive to prevent in certain applications such as marine propeller design, it is a useful one when correctly applied to various industrial processes that involve tough cleaning applications.