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Engine Cylinder Heads Marine Engine Ultrasound Wash Machine With Oil Recycling Machine

Categories Ultrasonic Engine Cleaner
Brand Name: Agsonic
Model Number: T-72S
Certification: CE
Place of Origin: China
MOQ: negotiation
Price: negotiation
Supply Ability: 100pcs/month
Delivery Time: 10-20days
Packaging Details: wooden case
Material: stainless steel 304/316
Used: Engine Cylinder Heads Clceaning
system option: Oil Recycling system
Ultrasonic power: 4500W
Automatic: Mechanical Workshop cleaning
name: Ultrasound Wash Machine
cleaning typer: Automotive
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Engine Cylinder Heads Marine Engine Ultrasound Wash Machine With Oil Recycling Machine


Engine Cylinder Heads Marine Engine Ultrasound Wash Machine With Oil Recycling Machine


Why choose ultrasonic cleaning machine to clean our engine block and engine parts?


For effective cleaning the ultrasonic cleaning machine must use the right of cleaning chemistry, operate at the right temperature and use the correct frequency, the part to be cleaned the contaminant to be removed and the degree of soil, determine this, our years of experience advising manufacturing and maintenance clients on the right process for their cleaning needs help us identify the exact product combo that you need, just send AG SONIC email or call us, and we’ll guide you to the right solution quickly

AGSONIC ultra sonic cleaning of all parts old and new prior to assembly of the engine. This Ultrasonic Cleaning Method is long known as the "benchmark" in cleaning. Ultrasonic cavitation is able to clean right down to the surface of a part and beyond. It is also able to reach internal areas, which are not accessible by using other cleaning means including spray and mechanical agitation. The forceful nature of ultrasonic energy provides the physical "push" required to break the mechanical and ionic bonds that hold very small particles to surfaces.


Ultrasonic Cleaning of Engine Parts, Car engine parts, Truck engine parts and Motor bike engine parts

Our Ultrasonic cleaning process, can effectively clean the following components- Aluminum castings, engine blocks, Carburetors, Cylinder Heads, Engines, Engine Components, Gear Boxes, Filters, Tubes and Valves.


Powerful Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaner

The largest ultrasonic tanks can include tanks as big as 1,000 gallons or more. These units are meant for applications requiring lower frequencies (25-40 kHz), including larger or heavy duty equipment such as over-sized manufacturing parts, automotive and marine parts and large musical instruments. Units may have multiple built-in stages, including rinse and dry stations, and are sometimes automated.


We all want to look our car shiny, and running smooth. And for this very reason timely servicing your car from inside out is one of the most important thing you should not avoid.

A rough running car engine is an indication that it requires a proper service. As such there could be numerous reasons why your car engine and parts such as carburetor isn’t running efficiently. To experience a smooth driving it is important that you give your car a routine check-up and maintenance, especially to the inside engine parts.


Components of an Ultrasonic Cleaner

Ultrasonic cleaners come in a variety of sizes, either tabletop or floor mounted. The cleaning action is performed in the cleaning tank, which is filled with the ultrasonic cleaning solution after dilution to the manufacturer’s specification. Devices called ultrasonic transducers are mounted on the bottom of the tank and are connected to an ultrasonic generator.

When the unit is turned on, cavitation action begins. Parts to be cleaned are placed in a mesh basket and lowered into the solution for the cleaning cycle. The billions of tiny bubbles generated by the transducers implode with tremendous force upon contact with the engine parts, removing all contaminants without damaging the parts.


ULTRASONICS FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Automotive repair, manufacturing and rebuilding companies can rely on ultrasonic cleaning technology to remove dirt and contamination from various parts and components far faster and more efficiently than traditional cleaning methods.

We know that the cleanliness of the parts you process reflects on your business and reputation. Count on us to provide the tools, training, and support you need to maximize your production and profitability.


AGSONIC ultra sonic cleaning of all parts old and new prior to assembly of the engine. This Ultrasonic Cleaning Method is long known as the "benchmark" in cleaning. Ultrasonic cavitation is able to clean right down to the surface of a part and beyond. It is also able to reach internal areas, which are not accessible by using other cleaning means including spray and mechanical agitation. The forceful nature of ultrasonic energy provides the physical "push" required to break the mechanical and ionic bonds that hold very small particles to surfaces.


Ultrasonic Cleaning of Engine Parts, Car engine parts, Truck engine parts and Motor bike engine parts

Our Ultrasonic cleaning process, can effectively clean the following components- Aluminum castings, engine blocks, Carburetors, Cylinder Heads, Engines, Engine Components, Gear Boxes, Filters, Tubes and Valves.


For your convenience we can offer a courier collection service on your parts. Most orders can then be effectively turned around in 24 hours and shipped back to you for next day delivery.

We pride ourselves in the knowledge that the vast majority of Engine parts can be effectively cleaned, thus restoring the component's optimum performance level. No parts leave our unit until they have passed stringent quality control measures by our team of fully trained Ultrasonic technicians.

If you require specialist Engine parts cleaning please feel free to call, and one of our staff will be happy to discuss your requirements, and give a quote without obligation.


Single tank models for your choice:

Ultrasonic Cleaning tank models for your choice:

ModelTank sizeUnit sizeVolumeUltrasonic powerFrequencyHeating powerTimerHeating temperature
LxWxH(mm)LxWxH(mm)(L)(W)(kHz)(KW)(MIN)(℃)
T-12S500x300x250640x440x4703860028/401.51-99

0-80

T-18S500x350x350640x490x570619001.5
T-24S550x400x400690x540x6208812003
T-30S600x450x400740x590x62010815003
T-36S600x500x450740x640x67013518004.5
T-48S700x500x500840x640x72017524006
T-60S800x600x550940x740x77026430007.5
T-72S1000x600x6001140x740x82036036009

ULTRASONIC CLEANING


This is the same method that the jeweler uses to clean your Wife’s diamond rings.

Ultrasonic cleaning uses sound waves to create millions of small bubbles in a tank of cleaning solution. The parts to be cleaned are submerged in the solution and as the bubble are formed and “explode” they remove any dirt, grease, carbon etc. This method also works very well. The one disadvantage that I noticed with ultrasonic cleaning is that aluminum parts do not come out of the cleaning tank looking like new. They seem to have some discoloration to them even though they were clean. If you are going to paint the parts then this shouldn't matter.


Q - How do I tell if my ultrasonic cleaner is working right?

There is no universally accepted standard for evaluating the performance of an ultrasonic cleaner. Several methods are available which will detect day to day variations in relative ultrasonic intensity. The classic "aluminum foil test," removing graphite from a ceramic surface and various hydrophone-type devices are the most commonly used for this purpose. When using any of these, it is important to duplicate conditions as closely as possible to assure that any change indicates a true variation in the ultrasonic performance and is not related to a change in temperature, soil loading, chemical concentration or any of several other variables. For critical applications and where the expertise is available, an alternative approach is to evaluate the transducer condition by measuring its capacitance and resistance and to monitor the generator power by measuring its input current, input power or output power. If the transducer characteristics are within specifications and if the generator is drawing the correct power from the AC lines or delivering the correct power to the transducers, the probability that the ultrasonic cleaner is working right is very high.


Q - What is the best temperature for effective ultrasonic cleaning?

Temperature was mentioned earlier as being important to achieving maximum cavitation. The effectiveness of the cleaning chemical is also related to temperature. Although the cavitation effect is maximized in pure water at a temperature of approximately 160°F, optimum cleaning is often seen at higher or lower temperatures because of the effect that temperature has on the cleaning chemical. As a general rule, each chemical will perform best at its recommended process temperature, regardless of the temperature effect on the ultrasonics or megasonics. For example, although the maximum ultrasonic effect is achieved at 160°F, most highly caustic cleaners are used at a temperature of 180°F to 190°F because the chemical effect is greatly enhanced by the added temperature. Other cleaners may be found to break down and lose their effectiveness if used at temperatures in excess of as low as 140°F. The best practice is to use a chemical at its maximum recommended temperature not exceeding 190°F.


Q - How close should the parts be to the sonic source?

Optimal spacing to minimize part damage would be to keep the basket two inches away from the radiating surface and one inch from the air to water interface


Q - Is ultrasonic cleaning effective for blind holes and tops of parts?

As long as the liquid in the bath can find its way into blind holes then the ultrasonics can and do work in blind holes and on top of the parts.


Q - What impact does agitation or turbulation have on the effectiveness of ultrasonic cleaning?

In order to answer this question correctly, it is necessary to differentiate between agitation and turbulation. In cleaning, agitation is defined as moving the parts being cleaned in an up and down or side to side motion while immersed in the cleaning bath. Turbulation refers to the relative movement of liquid in an otherwise static liquid bath as created by underwater sprays (eductors), filtration returns, and other actions. Both agitation and turbulation may be beneficial in immersion cleaning without the use of ultrasonics. When using ultrasonics, agitation usually enhances cleaning by sweeping away contaminants initially released by the action of ultrasonic cavitation and implosion. Turbulation, on the other hand, is usually detrimental to ultrasonic cleaning. A shearing action within the liquid disturbs the ultrasonic field thereby reducing the ultrasonic effect.


The cleaning cycle can be as little as 10 minutes but depends on the quantity of parts being cleaned and the extent of contamination. After being cleaned engine parts are removed, rinsed, dried and are ready for reassembly. Time that mechanics would otherwise spend on manually cleaning the parts can be used to service other engines.

Automotive Parts Cleaning Machine

Performance, Industrial Strength, Cleansing Action

Cleans carbon deposits from carburetors and all manner of engine parts
Removes stubborn oil, grease, lubricants, paint, rust, and dirt (with pre-cleaning in some cases)
Aluminum Safe
Penetrates deep into the part and cleans holes, small apertures, and crevices
Cleans sensitive parts like wiring and plastic without damage
Does not require ‘line-of-sight’ for effective cleaning
Ensures part longevity due to high degree of cleanliness
Carburetors
Fuel Injectors
Brake Cylinders
Cylinder Heads
Differential

Small needle valves, jets, orifices, and ports of a carburetor; intake and exhaust ports or a cylinder head; pistons.pinion gears and much more can be cleaned and made just like brand new within few minutes.

Removing the accumulated oil sludge, varnish and carbon deposits, from these engine parts, manually by hand can be a tedious and long process. But using an ultrasonic parts cleaner makes all this a breeze. And for this reason ultrasonic cleaning device is considered one of the best tools in the auto mechanic’s garage. Get one now if you haven’t tried it yet!


Customer feedback :

I have a 100% success rate with the ultrasonic cleaner. We disassemble the carburetors and throw them into the cleaner. I guarantee when they come out of the machine, they will be perfect. I can’t say enough. You will make your money back ten-fold with this machine. This is the most awesome tool on the planet.


Ultrasound Wash Machine Tank inner immersible transducer pack

Filtration system


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