530 Gallons Wash Tank Ultrasonic Rinse Hot With Microbubbles Tank
Our multi tank ultrasonic cleaning systems combined with the hot
air dryer can be used as an effective part cleaning line by housing heated cleaning solution, cascading DI rinse water, and
a final cascading DI rinse water with a final hot air dry step. The
process would move from left to right: the parts would be cleaned,
rinsed, rinsed and then dried.
The clean tank can be optionally equipped with pump filter systems
which provide 5 micron filtration of the alkaline cleaning
passivation solution. The common configuration shown is 3.5 gallon
tanks, but any size tanks can be used in similar configuration use.
For applications requiring multiple ultrasonics frequencies (28 kHz, 40 kHz, 80 kHz, 120 kHz, etc), the floor standing
ultrasonic console cabinets are fully customizable per customer
requirements with multiple ultrasonic cleaner and ultrasonic rinse
tanks. Each tank is individually digital timer controlled with
digital temperature controller for tank heats from 80F to 180+F.
The ultrasonic cleaning system is fully customizable to any
configuration of tanks: wash, overflow rinse, passivation, acid
etch, etc and layout
Why Use an Ultrasonic Cleaner
In three words: thorough, safe and fast. Contaminants missed by
manual cleaning are usually those deep in crevices and on other
surfaces impossible to reach. Moreover, highly finished mold
surfaces can be scratched or otherwise damaged by manual processes.
Large molds can be difficult to maneuver, further risking damage
during manual cleaning. And the longer it takes to clean the molds
the greater the risk of damage.
Ultrasonic cleaning action solves all three issues.
It is thorough because it reaches all mold surfaces immersed in a
biodegradable water-based ultrasonic cleaning solution. It is safe
because while the cleaning action can be termed “violent” it occurs
so fast that highly polished injection mold surfaces are not
damaged during the cleaning process. By fast we mean 10 to 15
minutes although large complex molds may require a longer cleaning
Ultrasonics: The ONLY Way to Clean with Confidence
Regardless of the source of the dirt or contamination, AG
Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems are designed to accommodate a wide
variety of uses in diverse industries. Fast, effective and
efficient, our machines will allow you to clean virtually any type
of part or component. The following is just a short list of the
many different types of items that have been cleaned using our
- Automotive (Car, Truck, Motorcycle) See Video Below
- Aviation (Helicopters, Aircraft and Ground Support)
- Personal Boat & Marine
- Injection Molds
- Restaurants, Bakeries & Kitchens (Oven Filters, Burners, Pots,
- Machines of All Types
- Tools, Nuts, Bolts
- Extrusion and Deburring
- Almost anything made out of metal (ferrous and non-ferrous),
plastic, vinyl, and wood.
How ultrasonic Working
Cavitation action is described as the implosion of countless minute
bubbles against surfaces of products immersed in the cleaning
solution. Bubbles are created when generator-powered transducers
bonded to the ultrasonic cleaner tank vibrate at ultrasonic
frequencies measured in thousands of cycles per second or kilohertz
Selecting the cleaning equipment is governed to a large extent by
the size of molds being cleaned. Ultrasonic cleaners are available
ranging from small benchtop units to industrial-sized floor-mounted
equipment that can be fitted for automated cleaning and rinsing
cycles. But do select a cleaner with a heater, timer and sweep
ultrasonic tank models for your choice:
|Ultrasonic Tank Dimension(mm)||550X400X350||600X500X450||1000X600X600|
|Rinsing tank dimension(mm)||550X400X350||600X500X450||1000X600X600|
|Drying tank dimension(mm)||550X400X350||600X500X450||1000X600X600|
|Construction Case||SUS304 (Mirror shining image available)|
|Temperature range||20~80C adjustable|
|Lid & Basket||Available, material: SUS304|
|Cleaning Tank voltage||AC220V/AC380V 3phase|
|Generator Voltage||AC110V / 220V 1phase|
|Features||With triple tanks for cleaning and rinsing.|
With filtration system
Multi-direction castors with brake;
1 year warranty
The process is fairly straightforward regardless of equipment size.
Here’s a simplified description that can be modified based on your specific operations:
- Fill the ultrasonic cleaner with water but allow room for cleaning
solution displacement due to the size of the molds being cleaned.
Add the proper amount of biodegradable cleaning solution
- When you are ready to clean place the injection molds in the
cleaner basket. Take care that they do not contact each other. If
you are cleaning large parts you may suspend them in the cleaning
solution so they do not contact the tank bottom. Some industrial
cleaners are equipped with bottom racks to support products being
- Set the heater to 65 C and timer from 10 to 60 minutes depending on
the degree of contamination. Activate the sweep mode to assure
uniform distribution of cavitation and promote uniform cleaning
then lower the molds into the solution. With experience you will
establish optimum cleaning conditions.
- At the end of the cycle remove the molds and inspect. When
satisfied, rinse them with fresh hot water and allow them to dry or
blow them dry with compressed air. Note that intricate
configurations and cavities may trap water that should be removed
by adding an electric drying oven to your setup.
Rinsing tip: You’ll want to thoroughly remove cleaning solution
residues. Complex shapes may call for a spray rinse or, in certain
cases, rinsing by cavitation in an ultrasonic rinse tank.
Q - Why do I need to rinse parts after cleaning?
Rinsing is as important as cleaning in many applications and should
be given the same attention as cleaning. Rinsing removes residues
of the cleaning chemistry and the contaminants it has loosened to
leave a part completely free of residue. Parts properly rinsed in
de-ionized water or water processed by reverse osmosis will dry
completely without water spots. Rinsing can be improved by
increasing water flow or by adding more cascading rinse tanks. See
the paper entitled "Ten Minutes to Better Rinsing" in the technical
information section of this website for additional information.
Further enhancement of rinsing can be realized by adding
ultrasonics to the rinse tank(s).
Q - What type of chemistry promotes the most effective cavitation?
Cleaning chemical selection is extremely important to the overall
success of the ultrasonic or megasonic cleaning process. The
selected chemical must be compatible with the base metal being
cleaned and have the capability to remove the soils that are
present. It must also cavitate well. Most cleaning chemicals can be
used satisfactorily with ultrasonics or megasonics. Some are
formulated especially for use with ultrasonics and
megasonics. However, the non-foaming formulations normally used in spray washing applications should be
avoided. Highly wetted formulations are preferred. Many of the new
petroleum cleaners, as well as petroleum- and terpene-based
semi-aqueous cleaners, are compatible with ultrasonics and
megasonics. Use of these formulations may require some special
equipment considerations, such as increased ultrasonic or megasonic
power, to be effective.
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