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600ml Eyeglass Houeshold Ultrasonic Cleaner

This model is specially designed for eyeglass cleaning including sunglasses, contact lenses. It can be operated by the 12V power supply. It is also suitable for cleaning jewelry, shaver head, waterproof watch. It is also an amazing gift for your customers, friend, and parents. This machine is very easy to operate and carry.

Additional information

Capacity

600ml

Tank size

180*70*55mm

Unit Size

235*95*65mm

Single Packing Size

260*110*90mm

Ultrasonic Power

15W

Frequency

50KHz

Timer

3 Mins Auto OFF

Packing

12pcs/carton

Container Loading

20 GP:8625pcs/40 GP:16620pcs

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Details About 600ml Eyeglass Houeshold Ultrasonic Cleaner

600ml Eyeglass Household Ultrasonic Cleaner has a different design from other household’s ultrasonic cleaner. It has bright color and square shape design. Its tank is specially designed to fit various kinds of eyeglasses. It is also a useful cleaning tool that you can put in your house. It can clean most personal items. You just need to put dirty items in the ultrasonic cleaner and push the start button. The ultrasonic cleaner will do the rest of the job for you.

How Ultrasonic Cleaner Help Your Eyeglass Store Business:

1. Provide Cleaning Service For Your Precious Customer. When your customer gets back to your store asking you to fix or clean their eyeglass. You will use this machine.

2. Sell eyeglass with the ultrasonic cleaner together to make an innovational sales. We got many customers doing this kind of job in the optical industry.

3. Clean the lens when you polish them. Hongsonic Ultrasonic Cleaner can provide you fast and detail cleaning in a short time

 

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How Do Ultrasonic Cleaners Work?

A simple way that ultrasonic cleaners work is likening them to an automatic dishwasher, but with some added refinements. An automatic dishwasher, much the same as an ultrasonic cleaner, combines water and a detergent to remove grease, grime and other contaminants from objects being cleaned.

Applications for ultrasonic cleaners include cleaning precision optics and laboratory glassware. Instead of cleaning pots and pans and bowls, ultrasonic cleaners most often are used to clean various other metal and plastic products difficult or impossible to clean by other methods.

Components of an Ultrasonic Cleaner

  • Tanks to hold the cleaning solution. Tanks should be of stainless steel; their volume depends on the size of objects being cleaned
  • Ultrasonic transducers that create the cavitation and that are bonded to the bottom of the tank
  • A generator to power the transducers
  • Controls that range from a simple on-off switch to sophisticated microprocessors that govern cleaning time, sweep, pulse, degassing, temperature, ultrasonic frequency, ultrasonic power, auto safety shutoffs, and other refinements. More on these below.

What Do Ultrasonic Transducers Do?

There are two basic types of transducers; piezoelectric (a.k.a. electrostrictive) or magnetostrictive, but their function is the same. They are excited by electric current provided by the ultrasonic cleaner’s generator to vibrate at ultrasonic frequencies that cause the bottom (and sides as the case can also be) of the tank to vibrate and thus serve as a membrane. This vibration forms the vacuum bubbles that implode, (not explode) on contact with items in the ultrasonic cleaner tank thereby blasting loose and carrying away contaminants. There are also immersible transducers. The ultrasonic frequency is an important part of how ultrasonic cleaners work and is discussed next.

How to Choose an Ultrasonic Cleaner Frequency

Ultrasonic is typically defined as sound above the human range of hearing. Low frequencies such as 25,000 cycles per second or 25 kHz produce relatively large bubbles that implode more violently than those created at higher frequencies such as 37, 80 or 130 kHz that produce progressively gentle cleaning action. As an example, the radius of a cavitation bubble produced at 37 kHz is approximately 88 microns. At 80 kHz it is 41 microns.

As a bit of digression, the implosion of cavitation bubbles produces shock waves radiating from the site of the collapse and creates temperatures in excess of 10,000°F and pressures in excess of 10,000 psi at the implosion site. Yet the process is so fast that there are little heat buildup and no damage to parts being cleaned. That said, one should never reach into an operating ultrasonic cleaner to check, reposition or remove parts for examination.

Removing gross contaminants from robust parts such as fabricated or cast metals requires lower frequency cleaners. Softer metals, plastics, and products with polished surfaces should be cleaned at higher frequencies. In addition to protecting polished surfaces, smaller bubbles are better able to penetrate tight areas such as seams, crevices, and blind holes. If you’d like more information on this particular topic check this article on selecting ultrasonic cleaner frequencies.

Our point is that purchasing decisions for an ultrasonic cleaner should be made on more than price.

 

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