|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|
|Heating Power:||450W||Heater:||20-80C Adjustable|
|Timer:||1-30 Mins Adjustable||Tank Size:||300x240x150mm|
|Product Name:||Ultrasonic Washer||Ultrasonic Power:||200W|
10L 200Watt Laboratory Ultrasonic Cleaner With Power Adjustable Function
What Can Hongsonic Offer?
Ultrasonic cleaners can be especially effective for cleaning metal and plastic machinery and parts. Every ultrasonic cleaning system features heavy duty, all stainless steel construction. The solid, sturdy structure and high tech design make our ultrasonic parts washers the best in the business.
Hongsonic designed to handle ultrasonic cleaning parts in a variety of shapes and sizes. We also design and manufacture custom systems for unique applications and can provide components to convert or upgrade an existing tank. Whether you need a system to clean bearings or ceramics, ophthalmic precision lenses or mechanical manufacturing assemblies, we have a system that provides you with results.
Hongsonic manufactures and supplies high quality laboratory ultrasonic cleaner, including High Frequency Desk-top Lab Ultrasonic Cleaner, Low Frequency Desk-top Lab Ultrasonic Cleaner with Heater and Low Frequency Desk-top Lab Ultrasonic Cleaner.
Specification Of HS-040A:
|Ultrasonic Frequency||40,000 Hz|
|Tank Capacity||10 L|
|Timer||1-30minutes ,Digital timer|
|Power Supply||AC 100 ~ 120V, 50 / 60Hz
AC 220 ~ 240V, 50 / 60 Hz
|Heating Power||450 W , Digital Heating|
|Unit Size||325x265x280 mm ( L x W x H )|
|Tank Size||300x240x150 mm ( L x W x H )|
|Package Size||435x360x350 mm ( L x W x H )|
How To Choose Frequency?
Ultrasonic frequency is produced by generator-powered transducers bonded to the bottom of the tank. They vibrate in kilohertz (kHz or thousands of cycles per second) above the hearing range, which is approximately 20 kHz.
Most ultrasonic cleaners operate between 35 and 45 kHz. This frequency range is well suited to the vast majority of cleaning tasks. Sample prep is often accomplished with units operating at 40 kHz. An example of an ultrasonic unit especially designed for sample prep is microprocessor-controlled HS-040A
A lower frequency such as 25 kHz produces larger cavitation bubbles. When these bubbles implode they release a larger amount of cleaning energy. For coarse cleaning such as removal of lapping abrasives or polishing paste, a lower frequency will be more effective.
Note that the lower the frequency, the louder the cleaning operation. Sound-deadening tank lids with insulation are a good idea when operating at 25 kHz. Another useful accessory is a noise-protection box in which to place the unit.
A higher frequency produces smaller cavitation bubbles. These cover fine-featured complex surfaces more thoroughly and are gentler than low frequencies. For fine cleaning of very delicate jewelry, electronics, and soft metals with polished surfaces consider a unit operating at 80 – 130 kHz. If you are cleaning capillary tubes or spectrophotometer cuvettes you will need a unit that operates at 80 kHz or higher.
If you are cleaning a variety of materials consider a dual-frequency ultrasonic cleaner.