UltraSonic introduces cleaner for green cleaning of parts.
UltraSonic LLC introduced the Ultra 2200FA, a full-featured ultrasonic cleaner with 55-gal. main tank capacity and horizontal transducers for superior cleaning action without solvents. These 220V models features an agitation table, dual filtration, a 10-gal. weir tank, sparge bar, and an insulated tank and lid.
The V-bottom design allows for easy cleaning between batches. Side-mounted transducers mean there are no "dead spots" so the cleaning action is consistent from top to bottom. With 5040 watts of ultrasonic power, dual 2,000-watt heaters, and a basket capacity of 27-in. long x 18.5-in. wide x 5-in. high, the Ultra 3200FA has the power to quickly clean parts such as rubber and plastic parts, bearings, bolts, transmission components, engine parts prior to assembly, plastic injection molds, and more. In addition to industrial and manufacturing environments, the product is ideal for automotive, medical, pharmaceutical, aerospace, engineering and other industries.
The 3200FA operates from 220V power and draws 30 amps. Compact machine dimensions (52-in. long x 39-in. wide x 33-in. high) easily fit into existing shop space with a minimal footprint. Digital touch controls allow easy operation with automatic ultrasonic, agitation and filtration cycles. A seven-day heat and auxiliary timer allows programming to suit production requirements. Agitation table capacity of 300 lb. is sufficient for large parts or multiple batches of smaller components.
Additional models are available with varying capacities, ultrasonic power, electrical requirements, and features. Specialized soap is available to speed the cleaning of baked on carbon and heavy solids.
UltraSonic LLC, www.ultrasonicllc.com
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|Title Annotation:||EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY: MAINTENANCE & WEAR PARTS|
|Date:||Nov 1, 2015|
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