6.5L Laboratory Ultrasonic Cleaner With Drain Vavle

If you have some trouble with cleaning and extraction, the 6.5L ultrasonic cleaner will be a good solution for you. Low noise series will be highly recommended for the laboratory which can cut working noise under 60db.  If you still have questions about what you need to choose, please feel free to contact our sales team.

Additional information

Color

Silver

Ultrasonic Power

180W

Heating Power

200W

Capacity

6.5L

Tank size

300*150*150mm

Unit Size

330*180*270mm

Single Packing Size

420*270*370mm

Timer

0~30 Minutes Setting

Container Loading

20 GP:860pcs/40 GP:1800pcs

Details About 6.5L Laboratory Ultrasonic Cleaner With Drain Vavle

Why You Need Hongsonic Lab Ultrasonic Cleaner?

Already used for sample prep and other tasks, a benchtop ultrasonic cleaner is a perfect tool for cleaning a wide range of laboratory instruments made of glass, porcelain, ceramics, plastics, and metals. Ultrasonic cavitations’ advantage over manual and mechanical cleaning is that it is thorough, it accesses all surfaces of immersed instruments, and it reduces breakage and associated replacement costs.
Cleaning is accomplished using biodegradable ultrasonic cleaner solution concentrates with formulations selected based on items being cleaned and contaminants being removed. But the process is the same. The ultrasonic cleaner’s generator-powered transducers created billions of microscopic bubbles in the cleaning solution that implode violently on contact with surfaces being cleaned to blast away tenacious contaminants. While “violent” the process is so fast that laboratory instruments are not damaged.

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.

Brief Introduction Of 6.5L Ultrasonic Cleaner:

6.5L ultrasonic cleaner is a helpful cleaning tool for your dirty parts. It has 360W ultrasonic power which can handle the normal cleaning job. Besides we have five different series for you to choose.

  • Digital control ultrasonic cleaner without additional function. (This model is a classic model which was made more than 20 years ago. It has stable quality and power. )
  • Mechanical control ultrasonic cleaner without additional function. (This model is also a classic model which was made more than 20 years ago. The analog control is an easy control way. It has stable quality and power. )
  • Digital control ultrasonic cleaner with degas and double power. (This model is designed for handling heavy cleaning tasks and light cleaning tasks at the same time. You can choose different power according to your cleaning task. The degas function will help improve the cleaning effect.)
  • Digital control ultrasonic cleaner with low noise and power-adjustable. (This model is specially designed for customers who need a low noise environment. It can cut working noise under 60db.)
  • Digital control ultrasonic cleaner with adjustable power. (This model can adjust ultrasonic power from 0 to full power)
  • Digital control ultrasonic cleaner with sweep frequency, degas and power-adjustable. (This model has sweep frequency function which can avoid the hot spot during ultrasonic cleaning)

You might want to know what is degas function and what is sweep frequency function. Please check below:

Degas: Degas function can drive out gas in cleaning liquid which will absorb ultrasonic energy.

Sweep frequency: Sweep frequency technology to ensure uniform levels of ultrasonic activity throughout the fluid, these baths offer high performance giving an accurate and precise ultrasonic process. It can avoid the hot spot on the cleaning object.

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