When the Powersonic ultrasonic energy is introduced into a cleaning solution, cavitation, the foundation of ultrasonic cleaning, occurs. Ultrasonic energy causes alternating patterns of low and high pressure phases. Bubbles, or vacuum cavities, form during the low pressure phases. In the subsequent high pressure phases, these bubbles implode violently. This is called cavitation.
Cavitation provides an intense scrubbing action that leads to unsurpassed cleaning speed and consistency when compared with simple soaking or immersion with agitation. Additionally, the bubbles are small enough to penetrate even microscopic crevices, cleaning them thoroughly and consistently. As a result, ultrasonic cleaning is one of the most highly effective and efficient methods you can use for cleaning a wide array of parts.
With ceramically enhanced transducers and an all stainless steel enclosure that resists damage and cracking from chemical spills, the Powersonic line stands above all other brands. Having a sweep frequency of 45 kHz and adjustable timer and controlled heaters to ambient to 80°C for excellent results. All models meet FCC requirements along with being ETL/CSA third party approved.
|Inside Tank Dimensions||9.5 x 5.25 x 4 in|
|Tank Capacity||.75 gal|
|Sonic Power (average wattage)||80|
|Inside Tank Dimensions||11.75 x 6 x 6 in|
|Tank Capacity||1.5 gal|
|Sonic Power (average wattage)||120|