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High Frequency 50 Khz Ultrasonic Spray Nozzle Utilizes For Nano Suspension

High Frequency 50 Khz Ultrasonic Spray Nozzle Utilizes For Nano Suspension

    • High Frequency 50 Khz Ultrasonic Spray Nozzle Utilizes For Nano Suspension
    • High Frequency 50 Khz Ultrasonic Spray Nozzle Utilizes For Nano Suspension
  • High Frequency 50 Khz Ultrasonic Spray Nozzle Utilizes For Nano Suspension

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: China
    Brand Name: HC-SONIC
    Model Number: HC-AT50

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Set
    Price: negotiation
    Packaging Details: FOAM AND CARTON
    Delivery Time: 5days
    Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, paypal
    Supply Ability: 500 Set per month
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    Detailed Product Description
    Name: Ultrasonic Atomizing Frequency: 50Khz
    Power: 100~500W Generator: Digital Generator
    Atomization Volume: 0.1~200 L/H Power Consumption: 0.001 Degrees/Kg

    Ultrasonic Atomizing Nozzles replaced pressure nozzles for Nano suspension

    Descripersion:

    Ultrasonic spray nozzle systems have replaced pressure nozzles in a wide range of industrial and R&D applications, and enabled spray processes that would otherwise be impossible. Concerns over the environment and unacceptable quantities of waste have influenced manufacturers to adopt ultrasonic spray nozzle systems as a technology that is more precise, more controllable, and a more environmentally friendly coating application.

    The ultrasonic power supply converts 50/60 Hz voltage to high frequency electrical energy. This electrical energy is transmitted to a piezoelectric transducer with the converter, where it is changed to mechanical vibrations. The ultrasonic vibrations are intensified by the probe and focused at the tip where the atomization takes place. Every ultrasonic nozzle operates at a specific resonant frequency, which is determined primarily by the length of the nozzle. In order to produce standing, sinusoidal longitudinal waves, a necessity for the sustained vibration that produces atomization, the nozzle must be an integral number of half-wavelengths long. This requirement arises because bath free ends of a nozzle must be anti-nodes; that is, points of maximum vibrational amplitude. Open-ended organ pipes and chimes are other examples of this type of wave motion. Sonics nozzles are manufactured in two different frequencies: 20 and 40 kHz. To give a sense of the physical size of these nozzles, one wavelength at 20kHz is approximately 5”. A 40kHz nozzle, one of the more common types in use, is approximately 2.5” long for the half-wavelength version. There are several features worth noting. Probes / horns can only be mounted or clamped at the nodal point (point of no activity). For applications involving an interface to a vacuum chamber or another type of chemical reaction chamber, the probe can be machined with a mounting flange that bolts to an existing port on the reactor. All probes are fabricated from high-strength titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V). This alloy also exhibits exceptional resistance to chemical attack. The probes shown above features a cone-shaped atomizing surface. Its purpose is to spread out the spray. Some applications require that the spray be very narrow. In those cases, the atomizing surface is sculptured into a flat or nearly flat surface. Depending on the width requirements of the spray pattern and the required flow rate, the atomizing surface may have a very small diameter or an extended, flat section. The configuration on the left shows the cone-shape spray pattern resulting from the conical shaped atomizing surface. Typically a spray diameter from 2-3 inches can be achieved. The one in the middle is characteristic of Sonics microspray line of nozzles. For this type of nozzle, the orifice size is from 0.015-0.040 inches. It is usually recommended for use in applications where very small amounts of material are to be delivered or where flow rates are very low. The one on the left depicts a cylindrical spray shape used in applications where the flow rate can be relatively high, but where the lateral extent of the spray pattern must be limited.

     

    Model HC-AN50
    Frequency 50Khz
    Atomization Volume 0.1~200 L/H
    Average Particle Diameter of Fog 5~80um
    Power Consumption 0.001 Degrees/Kg
    Atomization Head Structure Horn
    Power 100 W~500 W
    The Application of Atomizing Media Ordinary water, a variety of liquid substances, chemical liquid,a variety of oil mucus, metal melt and so on

     

     

    Advantage

    Ultrasonic nozzle benefits:

     

    •Spray patterns are easily shaped for precise coating applications

    •Highly controllable spray produces reliable, consistent results

    •Corrosion-resistant titanium and stainless steel construction

    •Ultra-low flow rate capabilities, intermittent or continuous

    •No moving parts to wear out

    •Non-clogging

    •Drops sizes as small as 13 microns, depending upon nozzle frequency

    •reduce downtime in critical manufacturing processes

     

    Ultrasonic spray technology is used to coat practically any substrate shape, size or surface with uniform micron thick coatings, and even nano-coating thicknesses. In addition, ultrasonic technology is used for:

    •Moisturizing

    •Spray drying

    •Continuous web coating

    •Fine-line spraying

    •Dots

    •Nanosuspension dispersion

     

    We offer a full range of ultrasonic spray nozzles with different spray patterns, flow rates and droplet sizes. Whether you are coating a small medical device such as a drug eluting stent, coating the inside of a blood collection tube or depositing a thin film onto a fuel cell, we can offer the correct solution for your process.

    Here are some of our most popular offerings. Contact us for a more comprehensive list.

     

     

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