Medical ultrasonic bath / stainless steel 2.8 L | USC 300 T VWR

Medical ultrasonic bath / stainless steel 2.8 L | USC 300 T VWR
2.8 L | USC 300 T

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Cleaning via ultrasound has been one of the most effective methods of freeing parts with complex geometry, such as fins, undercuts, boreholes, pocket holes, etc. from residues (contaminants). The physical property of imploding vacuum bubbles causes tiny air bubbles to form in the cleaning fluid, which generate up to 1000 bar and 5000 °C when the forces implode and penetrate all small cavities. Combined with a cleaning agent geared to the type of contamination and the material to be cleaned, it is possible, through the cavitation forming on the part to be cleaned without any additional manual workload, to remove residues like oil carbon, incrustations, grease, oils, oxidation, paints, dust, rust, limescale, etc. quickly in a way that protects the material and does not leave behind any residual matter. High performance PZT ultrasonic converter with ceramics technology Homogeneous distribution of ultrasound in the cleaning trough Lower noise development through higher frequency Robust heating with integrated run-dry protection Thermostat adjustable up to 80 °C Stainless steel tank material and cladding
  • Options:stainless steel
  • Applications:medical
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