Ultrasonics helps in removing all kinds of dirt and other particles too

If you want to buy an ultrasonic cleaning machine, you will require our industrial ultrasonic cleaners as well. This whole thing revolves around cavitation bubbles. These are extremely tiny things. When put under pressure caused by consistent vibrations, cavitation bubbles usually extend and compress at a quick speed. Then after attaining a certain size, the bubbles collapse brutally because of losing their structural build.

The way cavitation bubbles behave naturally is what the geniuses behind Ultrasonic cleaning technology use. If the bubbles act near a dusty surface, their powerful gushes of plasma that travel incredibly fast (500miles per hour) crash with tiny particles and remove them from their way. Now when using our ultrasonic cleaning equipment, these bubbles will become agitated countless times every second. And since they are tiny, the whole cleaning process will not only be successful but also gentle. Prior to ordearing one of top Ultrasonic cleaning systems, along with industrial ultrasonic cleaners, be sure to know exactly how to use it.

Applications - what to clean and the outcome to expect

There are various ways to use ultrasonic cleaning technology, including cleaning glass, plastic, ceramics, rubber, and metal. In the process, it gets rid of many different types of contaminants. These include rust, dust, oil, soot, carbon deposits, pigments, mold, grease, dirt, algae, lime scale, fungi, bacteria, polish compounds, fingerprints and pigments among other things. Note that our industrial ultrasonic cleaners remove stubborn stains and dirt that has become embedded onto surfaces. Even if you have dirt in small cracks of certain equipment, our top industrials cleaners are your best bet. There is no use dissembling equipment prior to cleaning it.

What's this magical cleaning power all about?

In order for cleaning with our industrial ultrasonic cleaners to happen, a transducer is used. There are usually two types used in ultrasonic cleaning. These include piezoelectric and magnetostrictive transducers. Although they make use of varied technologies, both offer the same result. If you choose our magnetostrictive tranducers, know that they operate based on how iron or iron alloys react when placed in a magnetic field. The process entails stacked metal plates that form a core. The core is draped with a copper wired and then the whole assembly is put in a canister.

To form a magnetic field, electric current gets released via the coiled copper wire. This causes the core to alter its original shape. But when there is no more current, the core resets to its initial shape. It is during this process that the canister hosting the assembly vibrates and forms ultrasonic waves. Magnetostrictive transducers are durable and more powerful in the sense that they drive more energy into the canister. They are ideal when you don't intend to do microscopic particles cleaning and removal.

Regarding Piezoelectric transducers, they use special crystals that possess lead zirconate titanate electrical properties. These crystals are connected with electric cables and hosted between metal plates. As layers with two metal plates each get completed, they are piled together and fastened down. Then electric current is passed through the crystal, causing it to change its shape. Offering twenty-five kHz to a hundred and seventy kHz frequency range, piezoelectric transducers can remove all dirt and contaminants. For more details about our industrial ultrasonic cleaners and systems, get in touch with us first.