Ultrasonic cleaning

Principle of ultrasonic cleaning:
The ultrasonic cleaning machine is amplified by the high-frequency oscillation signal sent by the ultrasonic generator, and then converted into high-frequency mechanical vibration energy through the inverse piezoelectric effect of the ultrasonic transducer (vibrating head) through cleaning
Burr Acoustic radiation in the medium, causing the cleaning fluid molecules to vibrate and produce countless tiny bubbles. The bubble forms and grows in the negative pressure region along the ultrasonic propagation direction, and rapidly closes in the positive pressure area, resulting in thousands of atmospheres of instantaneous pressure
The explosion is formed by numerous microscopic high-pressure shock waves acting on the surface of the workpiece to be cleaned. This is known as the “cavitation effect” in ultrasonic cleaning.
The ultrasonic cleaning machine is based on the basic principle of “cavitation effect”, and therefore, ultrasonic has excellent cleaning ability for workpieces with complex internal and external structures, microscopic uneven surfaces, slits, small holes, corners, dead corners, and dense components, which is incomparable to other cleaning methods.
Bubbles are created by applying high-frequency (ultrasonic frequency) high-intensity sound waves to a liquid. Therefore, any ultrasonic cleaning system must have three basic components: a tank for the cleaning liquid, a transducer that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy, and an ultrasonic generator that generates a high-frequency electrical signal.

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