40khz 1650mm 1.8kW Immersible Ultrasonic Transducer
|Place of Origin:||China Guang dong|
|Certification:||CE ROHS FCC|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||Plywood box|
|Delivery Time:||15 working days|
|Supply Ability:||6000 set/month|
|Transducer Quantity:||36||Cable Lead Out:||Rigid/hose Tube|
|Mounting Type:||Wall/bottom Mounted||Sample:||Available|
1.8kW Immersible Ultrasonic Transducer,
1650mm Immersible Ultrasonic Transducer,
1.8kW ultrasonic cleaning transducer
SUS316 made 40khz 1800W submersible transducer rod with generator for lab extract disperse stir
|Model||JM-1036 (Power adjustable)|
|Material||SUS304 (SUS316 can be custom made)|
|Power Supply||AC 110V/220V|
|Apply to||108L ~180L exist tank|
|Weight||immersible bar 20kgs+Generator 10 kgs|
This ultrasonic tube cleaner has fixed diameter 57mm and length can be made of any size, ideal for any tube diameter over than 60mm.
Custom build ultrasonic frequency: 20khz, 28khz, 40khz, 68khz, 80khz, 120khz, 132khz, 200khz
Application and fileds
Immersible ultrasonic transducers are sealed stainless steel enclosures, to cleaning the interior side of the tube that is difficult to touch by hand;
|Biological industry||Essential oil extraction|
|Lab and university||Chemical mixing, agitation, cell crushing, material dispersion|
|Chemical||Emulsification and homogenization|
|Cosmetics industry||Alcoholization, cosmetic granules, nanoparticle preparation|
|Food Industry||Soft drinks, ketchup, mayonnaise, jam|
Advantage of ultrasonic cleaner :
1. 304 stainless steel thickened 1.0MM, durable and solid; Easy to carry ;
2. Multiple frequencies for option for varies needs;
3. Varies application: Cleaning, emulsifying, separating, homogenizing, extracting, catalyzing, defoaming, stirring, etc.
Q: What is the temperature limit of skymen immersion transducers?
A: We recommend water temperatures of no more than 50 °C (125 °F). Higher temperatures can cause permanent damage.
Q: Can I use couplants other than water?
A: We warranty performance only with water couplant, the industry standard. While some customers have successfully used other fluids, the customer assumes all risk of potential damage to the epoxy lens. Note also that most alternate immersion couplants, like oil, oil emulsions, or alcohol, are significantly more attenuating than water and will affect transducer performance. They may also cause permanent damage to the lens with long-term exposure.
Q: How long can I submerge these transducers?
A: For the longest service life, we recommend that our immersion transducers be
time-cycled with an 8-hour submerged period followed by a 16-hour drying time. Since immersion transducers have epoxy wear surfaces or lenses, they can absorb water over time. This absorption can cause blistering on the front face, and this blistering can degrade performance and cause premature failure. Higher frequency transducers (10–20 MHz) have thinner epoxy layers and are more susceptible to damage from continuous immersion. Lower frequency probes have thicker wear surfaces, making them more robust.