An ultrasonic cleaner is a cleaning device that uses ultrasound (usually from 20–400 kHz) and an appropriate cleaning solvent (sometimes ordinary tap water) to clean delicate items. Ultrasonic cleaners are used to clean metal, plastic, glass, ceramic, dirt, grease oil and more. Ultrasonic cleaning saves manual cleaning, shortens cleaning time, Can be cleaned in narrow places, small holes that can not be cleaned manually with a brush.
The ultrasound can be used with just water, but use of a solvent appropriate for the item to be cleaned and the soiling enhances the effect.Combining the chemical cleaning effect with the ultrasonic effect contributes to Maximizing the Overall Cleaning Effect.
- DCG series bath with DEGASING function to neutralize the bubbles that are in the liquid and interfere with cleaning,DEGASING functions increase the cleaning power and shorten the cleaning time.- DCS series bath. In addition to the DEGASING function, it has a SWEEP function that improves the uniformity of cleaning in the bath,By playing small at the ultrasonic frequency, it prevents dead areas from vibrations. Improves cleaning in large quantities of small parts.- Two-frequency DCF series bath. The higher the frequency, this means the bubbles are smaller and smaller parts and small holes can be cleaned.The bath also includes the DEGASING function.
Ultrasonic cleaners create by cavitaion millions of microscopic bubble implosions and remove contaminants from metal, plastic and ceramic surface .Cleaning Tattoo Needles and TubesCleaning Laboratory GlasswareCleaning Printed Circuit BoardsCleaning used ink cassettesCleaning Plastic Injection MoldsLaboratory Sample Preparation and degassing Cleaning Automotive Marine and Aerospace , Carburetors and Engine PartsCleaning Weapons parts .Cleaning Tattoo Needles and TubesCleaning JewelryCleaning Watches & ClocksCleaning Surgical InstrumentsCleaning Dental InstrumentsCleaning Veterinary InstrumentsCleaning Circuit Boards
- Do not use flammable or explosive cleaners.-Fill up to 20 mm from the top, a bath that is not full may burn the radiators and transducers.
-Metal and metal particles must not touch the bottom of the bath, the transducers produce vibrations at the bottom of the bath. Contact with particles Metal will cause invisible holes to form and leak liquids to control cards, transducers and burn them. It is therefore important to empty and clean the bath of dirt, place the parts that are cleaned in the basket and not directly on the bottom of the bath.
- For jewelers who clean necklaces, make sure that the necklace does not touch the bottom of the bath.
Heat over time shortens the life of the transducer and its capacity. It is advisable not to work in consecutive cycles. After the timer finishes a work cycle wait half an hour until the next work cycle.
- Do not boil water and pour into the bath.
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