Long Cable Ultra Sonic Bath Ultrasonic Probes Alone To Clean Long
Cables Through The Big Bath
Ultrasonic technology has been used for many years in the
cleaning industry. Unimarine pioneered the use of ultrasonic
technology to clean heavily contaminated equipment, such as heavy
fuel oil-filters and heat exchangers. This required developing
special chemicals and processes for each application.
With many years of experience Unimarine has the expertise to
provide plant operators with simple, effective and fast cleaning
systems. Depots worldwide are equipped with the ultrasonic cleaning
systems providing continual research and development in the field
of ultrasonic and chemical technology.
How DOES ULTRASONIC WORK?
The Ultrasonic system employs a unique combination of ultrasonic
and cleaning liquids . The soiled components are submerged in a
bath. “Transducers” produce high frequency sound waves, which cause
very small bubbles or “vacuum spaces”. When these “spaces” implode,
the liquid impacts on the surface of all objects being cleaned with
very high power, even in extremely inaccessible areas. This is the
big difference between ultrasonic and other cleaning methods, with
the additional advantage of cost-effective results.
The latest Technology has been incorporated in our equipment to
provide reliability, flexibility and ease of operation. Backed
The cleaning of heavily contaminated fuel and lubricating oil
filters, cylinder heads and air coolers is often difficult. The use
of only a cleaning agent is generally unsatisfactory, as only a
part of the residues will be removed. In most cases carbon residues
and other solid materials will be left behind. In these cases the
use of ultrasonic sound waves in combination with a special
cleaning agent gives good results. The special detergents in the
cleaning agent keep the contamination dispersed in the liquid and
the complexing agents will partly dissolve them.
ULTRASONIC CLEANER has been specially developed for use in ultrasonic baths for the
cleaning of all materials except zinc, galvanized parts and / or
magnesium alloys. We advice to test light-metal alloys (aluminum,
What Long Cable Ultra Sonic Bath can do ?
Ultrasonic cleaners remove dirt, oils, lubricants, carbon, rust,and other types of grime that build up on engines and mechanical parts. Grooves, internal passageways, seals, and other hard to reach areas are cleaned easily, eliminating
hours of disassembling and reassembling complex parts. Carburetors, pistons, cylinder heads, aluminum parts, and brake
calipers are a few examples of components that are cleaned thoroughly with
no manual scrubbing in an ultrasonic cleaner
Basics and spcifictaion
|Interior tank size:||1200x1000x800 mm|
|Material:||Stainless steel 304|
|Transducers;||With144 pieces transducers;|
|Ultrasonic power||7.2 KW|
|Generator power||220V, 50/60HZ|
|Working voltage:||380V 50HZ;|
Ultrasonic Cleaning system Design:
Considerations in the design of any cleaning system include the
contaminants on the part(s), the required cleanliness level, the
geometry and material of the part(s), the quantity to be processed,
and the previous system design and layout (if applicable). The part
geometry, production rate, and cleaning time required will
determine the size of the cleaning system, once the overall process
has been decided
Cleanliness considerations :
In a typical aqueous ultrasonic cleaning system, it is the cleaning
stage(s) that will remove or loosen the contaminants. The following rinse stage(s) remove any remaining loosened soils
and residual detergent, and a dryer removes any remaining rinse
water. The overall process of the system is usually determined
experimentally. We have an applications lab where, through a
process of experience, trial, and error, a properly designed
cleaning process can be determined to meet the cleanliness levels
specified. There are a variety of ways to check for cleanliness.
Some are as simple as a water break test on the part to see if most
oil has been removed. Others are as elaborate as surface quality
monitoring that uses optically stimulated electron emission
technology to measure thin films of contaminants down to the
Ultrasonic Cleaning of Engine Parts, Car engine parts, Truck engine
parts and Motor bike engine parts
Our Ultrasonic cleaning process, can effectively clean the
following components- Aluminum castings, engine blocks,
Carburetors, Cylinder Heads, Engines, Engine Components, Gear
Boxes, Filters, Tubes and Valves.
Cylinder Heads And Engine Blocks Ultrasonic Cleaners
Automotive Ultrasonic Cleaners is primarily an aqueous tank
systemthat uses ultrasonic energy to remove dirt, grease, oiland
baked-on carbon from parts. Contaminants such aspaint, rust,
glued-on gaskets, and heavy layers of bake don carbon can also be
removed by ultrasonic cleaning but require more aggressive
chemistries. Unlike someother cleaning processes, ultrasonic
cleaning will notdamage intricate, lightweight, or easily damaged
All ultrasonic baths are supplied complete with lid and basket
High Capacity Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems are designed for medium
and heavy duty industrial applications. They are fully integrated,
with an ultrasonic generator and cleaning tank in a single
enclosure. A 10-gallon tank capacity is enough to handle large
bulky parts or for batch cleaning of small components. High
Capacity Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems' deep-drawn tank of 304L
stainless steel has no corner welds or other dirt-catching
How the System Operates:
The system operates in the following manner:
- Parts are placed into the tank using the included stainless steel
basket or other holding fixture.
- Once submerged, the START button is pressed, and the cover is
closed. The ultrasonic system turns on, and the filter system turns
off automatically. Parts are cleaned with the CROSSFIRE ultrasonic
system at this time.
- The system will automatically turn off upon completion of the
- Operators can then return when the parts are clean.
The cover is opened and the batch of parts is placed onto the
basket rest. Dripping liquids are directed back to the ultrasonic
RFQ OF ULTRASONIC CLEANER :
why clean parts with ultrasonic?
Delivering and using clean parts is not always obvious, certainly,
no one wants to handle a dirty parts or install it into a critical
machine, but, dirty, debris and contaminants can cause problems for
manufactures and end users, from the merely frustrating to
catastrophic, dirty parts can cause critical components to exceed
tolerances and even fail damaging valuable equipment and property
while contamination (everything from grease, oil and chemicals to
viruses and bacteria) can seriously harm users.
How to choose cleaning chemistry
Depending on the type of cleaning requirement and the substrate
that needs cleaning a detergent solution or a similar aqueous
medium can dramatically increase the cavitations, lowering the
surface tension of the liquid reduces the energy required to form
the bubbles and when combined with inherent cleaning property of
the solution results in superior micro cleaning of the solid
The choose of the cleaning medium is critical, the nature of the
substrate and contamination are the key factors in selecting the
cleaning chemistry, which is typically aqueous or semi-aqueous
Please provide AG SONIC below information to get recommendation
What type of object do you want to clean (Metal, plastic, machine
What type of contamination do you want to remove from the object?
How large is the object and how many do you need to clean?
What is your time frame?