|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Hong Sonic|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||2 Units|
|Packaging Details:||Carton Box Packing|
|Delivery Time:||Depend On Quantity|
|Supply Ability:||20000 Units Per Month|
|Tank Size:||300x150x150mm||Unit Size:||325x180x280mm|
|Packing Size:||410x255x355mm||Cleaning Time:||0~30mins|
|Product Name:||Ultrasonic Washer||Heater:||20-80C|
6.5 Liter 150W Laboratory Ultrasonic Cleaner For Labware With 300W Heater
What Can Hongsonic Offers?
Hongsonic offers a comprehensive line of Ultrasonic Cleaners, from international factory China.
Ultrasonic cleaning is a powerful technique to remove tough contaminants from parts immersed in aqueous media.
Diverse contaminants such as oil and grease, polishing media, lapping abrasives, dirt etc. can easily be cleaned without damaging the parts.
The Hongsonic Ultrasonic Cleaners use a special industrial transducer that guarantees a homogeneous sound field distribution and greatly improves the efficiency of the cleaning process.
In laboratory use the Ultrasonic Cleaners are used to clean labware, to degas HPLC solvents and for mixing, dispersing and emulsifying.
Data Sheet Of HS-031D:
|Tank Material||Stainless Steel 304|
|Carton packing Size||410x255x355mm|
|Ultrasonic power range||150W|
|timer||0~30min Can Be Selected|
Customer Cleaning Feedback:
Ultrasonic cleaners do a lot more than clean parts such as gears, carburetors, PCB boards and surgical instruments. In the lab they are broadly employed to degas solvents, disperse nanoparticles, and emulsify, dissolve, disperse and otherwise prepare lab samples.
If you are cleaning parts, to get started you need to consider the following before making a selection:
Type of contamination to be removed. There’s a big difference, as you can imagine, between removing coolant from machined parts, varnish deposits from a carburetor, ink from printing rolls, and blood and tissue residues from surgical instruments.
The composition of products being cleaned. Different parameters apply to cleaning aircraft engine components and glass capillaries. You’ll need compatible cleaning solution and ultrasonic cleaning frequency.
How will the parts be used after cleaning?
How do you define ‘clean’?
Will you be cleaning batches or individual parts?
Component size and weight
Once you define exactly what you’re trying to accomplish the following points will help narrow down your equipment selection. Then it’s time to contact Hongsonic for specific recommendations.
1. What is an Ultrasonic Transducer?
A transducer converts electrical energy at the ultrasonic frequency to mechanical motion–sound. It directs the sound energy into the cleaning tank.
2. What is Cavitation and Implosion?
The phenomenon of cavitation is unique in fluids. The cavitation bubbles implode, releasing high energy locally. This implosion is the heart of the ultrasonic process.
Contact Person: hongsonic