[Ulrasonic Cleaner] FAQ about ultrasonic cleaner.

  1. What is an ultrasonic cleaner?

An ultrasonic cleaner is a cleaning machine which use one or more transducers to convert high-frequency ultrasonic oscillating signals emitted by one or more ultrasonic generators to high-frequency mechanical oscillation, and transmit such oscillation to the cleaning solvent so that the rapid formation and collapse of millions of tiny vacuum bubbles in the solvent can smash and scatter non-soluble contaminants, emulsify oil etc.

 

  1. What is ultrasound?

Ultrasound is sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing (greater than 20kHz). Its good direction, strong penetrability, long transmission distance, intensive sound energy make it suitable for distance measurement, velocity measurement, cleanout, weld, stone-breaking, sterilization, disinfection etc.

 

  1. What is cavitation?

“ Cavitation” means the transmission, in a fluid, of ultrasound by interactive high-frequency conversion of compressing force and decompressing force at more than 20 thousand per second. Millions of tiny vacuum bubbles emerge under decompression, however, the strong impact force generated by crushed vacuum bubbles under compression can remove contaminants on the surface of objects.

 

  1. How much fluid is appropriate for cleaning?

The fluid should be enough for immersing components and parts to be cleaned, but generally it should not be more than three fourths of the tank.