High Frequency Ultrasonic Cleaning Wave Transducer Piezoelectric Ultrasound Transducer 130K 50W

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  • Ultrasonic transducers such as 20KHZ, 25KHZ, 28KHZ and 40KHZ are widely used in the electronics industry, machinery industry, automotive, electroplating, chemical fiber, optics, bearings and other industries. For example, cleaning magnetic cores, nozzles, auto parts, electroplating hardware tools, chemical fiber spinnerets, optical lenses, bearings, tools, tableware, medical equipment, precision hardware, clock parts, gold and silver jewelry, electronic components. The frequency vibration intensity is strong, the density is uniform, and the purpose of degreasing, sodium removal, decontamination and descaling can be quickly achieved after being used, and in addition, it can be used in chemical experiments to achieve the functions of catalysis, stirring, rapid generator chemical reaction, etc. 


    High frequencies are often used to clean smaller, more delicate parts or to remove tiny particles. High frequencies are also used in applications where damage is not allowed on the surface of the workpiece. The use of high frequencies improves cleaning performance in several ways. As the frequency increases, the number of cavitation bubbles increases linearly, producing more denser shock waves that allow them to enter smaller gaps. If the power remains constant, the cavitation bubbles become smaller and the energy released is correspondingly reduced, thus effectively reducing damage to the surface of the workpiece. Another advantage of high frequencies is the reduced viscous boundary layer (Ponuri effect), allowing the ultrasound to 'discover' very fine particles. And our high frequency ultrasonic vibrators are also 68KHZ, 80KHZ, 100KHZ, 120KHZ.



    1.high efficiency

    2.large amplitude

    3.low heat

    4.Stable output unaffected by variations in load

    5.competitive pricing

    6.fast delivery


    -We can ship the goods to you by International Express such as DHL, TNT, EMS, FedEX and so on and you can also choose the appropriate one based on your timeline and budget. Besides, you can definitely choose to use your own shipping agent.

    High Frequency Ultrasonic Cleaning Wave Transducer Piezoelectric Ultrasound Transducer 130K 50W

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