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6.5L ultrasonic cleaner is suitable for cleaning carburetor, gun parts, circuit board, lab instrument, and other dirty parts you want to clean. We have five different function models for different applications. For example, low noise series will be very suitable for laboratory, hospital and dental office because these places will require a quiet environment. If you still have questions about what you need to choose, please feel free to contact our sales team.
|Single Packing Size||
0~30 Minutes Setting
20 GP:860pcs/40 GP:1800pcs
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.
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.
Application Of 6.5L ultrasonic cleaner:
It can be widely used in various industries. Please check the chart below:
|Industry||The cleaning products and materials||Clear dirt|
|Semi-conductor||Integrated circuit, power tube, silicon wafer, diode, lead frame, capillary, tray, etc.||Hards, etching oil, polishing wax, dust particles, etc,|
|Electrical& electronic machine||Tube parts, cathode ray tube, printed circuit board, quartz parts ,electronic components, telephone switching equipment, speaker components, power meter, LCD glass, core iron parts, computer floppy disk, video parts, head, photo die mask, etc||Finger print, powder, cutting oil, stamping oil, iron filings, polishing materials, walnut powder, polishing wax, resin, dust, etc.|
|Precision machine||Bearing, sewing machine parts, typewriter, textile, machine, optical mechanical device, gas valve, watches cameras, metal filter||Machine cutting oil, iron filings, polishing powder, fingerprint, oil, grease, dirt, etc|
|Optical device||Glasses, lens, prism, optical lens, filter lens, glass device, film, optical fiber, etc.||Plastic resin, paraffin, finger printing, etc.|
|Hardware& machinery parts||Bearing, gear, ball, metal shaft parts, tools, adjustable valve and cylinder parts, burner, compressors, hydraulic press, gun and ultracentrifuge, city water faucet, etc||Cutting oil, iron filings, grease, polishing powder, fingerprint and so on.|
|Medical instrument||Medical instrument, denture, etc.||Iron filings., Polishing powder, oil, stamping oil, dirt, etc.|
|Electroplate||Galvanized parts, mold, stamping parts, etc.||Polishing scrap iron, oil, black iron shell, rust, oxidation shell, scrap iron, polishing powder, stamping oil, dirt, etc.|
|Car parts||Piston ring, carburetor, flow meter housing, compressor shell, electrical components, etc.||Iron filings, polishing powder, oil stamping oil, dirt, etc.|
|Chemical fiber||Chemical or artificial fiber nozzle filter protector chemical fiber texture, etc.||The Chemical colloid, glue, and other solid material. dust. Etc.|
How to Set Up Cleaning Cycle For Your Carburetor?
Whatever the model and size ultrasonic carb cleaner you use there are steps to take before cleaning begins.
How to Remove, Clean and Reinstall your Lawnmower Carburetor
Here’s a suggested procedure that you will modify depending on your equipment.
Step 1: Removing the Carburetor
The first thing to be done is to make sure that the fuel line is shut off. The means in order to do this would vary in different lawnmower models. Since most lawnmowers have a fuel knob to control the fuel flow, you will just need to turn it to switch it off.
Remove the air filter cover. With a ratchet or socket, remove the nut holding the air filter to the lawnmower assembly. Once the cover has been removed, it’s time to get the air filter and the gas line off as well. Use a pair of needle-nose pliers to disconnect the gas line. Tip: replace a cracked gas line or a dirty air filter right away.
Remove the screws holding the carburetor to the lawnmower body. Make sure that you have already disconnected the linkage and any other springs that may get in the way. Remember where all the parts go since you will also put them back later.
Pull the primer line from the primer bulb. Your lawnmower may come equipped with either a stop switch wire or speed control. Either way, these parts will have to be disconnected. Once disconnected, you should now be able to simply pull the carb off your lawnmower.
Now proceed to Step 2.
Step 2: Cleaning the Carburetor
Although you can clean your carburetor without any disassembly you will achieve the most thorough cleaning with partial disassembly to allow the solution into the float chamber. Remember that only surfaces that are wetted by the cleaning solution will be cleaned. Fine mesh baskets can be used to hold very small parts.
Set the thermostat to 70°C. While the solution is heating, place your carburetor parts in the basket taking care that they do not touch each other.
When the operating temperature is reached lower the basket into the cleaning solution and set the timer for 25 minutes. As noted above, cleaning time depends on the condition of the carburetor and may have to be adjusted.
At the end of the cycle remove the components from the bath. If they are not clean replace them in the bath until the cleaning is complete. Then rinse them in fresh water to remove all traces of the cleaning solution and allow them to dry.
Safety note: DO NOT reach into an operating ultrasonic bath. Instead, remove the basket if you want to inspect or rearrange the parts.
Step 3: Reinstalling the Carburetor
Reassemble carburetor internal components. Then connect the stop switch wire or speed control wire back to its original position.
Reattach the primer line to the primer bulb just like before. Connect all other linkages and springs that you have unplugged. Return the carburetor to its original location. Reattach the screws holding the carb to the lawnmower body. Ensure that it stays secure.
Once the carburetor is in place use your needle nose pliers to connect the gas line back into the mower. Return the air filter and seal it in making sure to screw the air filter cover back on. You may now turn the knob so that the fuel flows to the machine.
Now your lawnmower should be good to mow.