Ultrasonic Spraying Overview
Ultrasonic spraying systems have replaced pressure spraying in industrial and R & amp; d applications, and the atomization spraying process is more sophisticated. In view of the large waste of raw materials in traditional pressure spraying methods, which sometimes have an impact on the environment, more and more manufacturers use ultrasonic spraying systems as more accurate, controllable and environmentally friendly spraying applications.
Ultrasonic spraying has a unique fine fog spray, greatly reducing excessive spraying, saving costs and reducing air pollution and other characteristics. Ultrasonic spraying has a self-cleaning capability, so it is not clogged, and this characteristic is mainly because the device uses high-frequency sound waves (beyond the human auditory range) to atomized liquids, rather than using high pressure to force liquids through small holes. In the suspension particle spraying, through the nozzle itself ultrasonic action, in the entire spray process to keep the particles evenly suspended, and when you need very low flow, ultrasonic spraying is also a very ideal choice. As a result, ultrasound spraying has brought more possibilities in opening up new applications.
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Ultrasonic spraying systems can be reduced:
Reduce material consumption by up to 80%
Reduce waste and pollution
Reduced maintenance and downtime
Advantages of Ultrasonic Nozzles:
Easy to form a sophisticated coating
Highly controllable spray produces reliable, consistent spraying results
Corrosion resistant structures
Ultra low flow capacity, intermittent or continuous spraying
No parts wear.
Droplet size as small as 13 microns (depending on spraying frequency)
Reduce downtime in industrial manufacturing processes
Ultrasonic spraying technology is used to:
substrate coating of any shape and size
Continuous reel Coating
Thin Wire Spraying