Application of ultrasonic cleaning in the electromechanical industry: In the electromechanical industry, there are cleaning requirements from mechanical parts to mechanical parts, from electrical parts to electrical parts, such as gears, crankshafts and even gearboxes, as well as combinations of machinery and electrical appliances on electrical parts. There are also some precision mechanical parts and electrical parts, which are inseparable from cleaning. Most companies use traditional cleaning methods such as infiltration cleaning and spray cleaning. This cleaning method is not only labor intensive, but also easily causes environmental pollution and waste of water resources. At present, many companies have begun to carry out technological transformations, using ultrasonic cleaning to eliminate the drawbacks of traditional cleaning, especially the mechanical parts with complex shapes, which is impossible for traditional cleaning.
Application of ultrasonic cleaning in the textile industry: light industry, such as compressors in air conditioners, freezers, refrigerators; watch parts, watch components, etc.; textile industry, such as precision textile equipment, spinnerets, etc.; jewelry industry, such as gold Silver jewelry, jewellery and jade, etc., need to be cleaned. Some parts, components and components, such as compressors, spinnerets, etc., or complex shapes, or blind holes, micropores, can only be cleaned by ultrasonic waves. Some scale production plants even use ultrasonic waves. Chain or lift equipment.
Ultrasonic cleaning in the surface treatment industry: Surface treatment is part of the light industry, including mechanical parts plating, metal and non-metal chassis coating, optical glass or lens coating, etc. Ultrasonic cleaning before and after plating or before coating Cleaning technology has become a new typical process, especially some multi-core sockets in military electronic products. Because of the quality requirements, electroplating must be carried out. The quality of electroplating must be insulated between the cores, often resulting in multi-core plating. It is not insulated, and it is tested by acetone, alcohol and other methods. The resistance value is infinite, but it does not meet the quality requirements. Ultrasonic cleaning is used. After drying, the quality requirements are fully met. Direct introduction of ultrasonic waves into the plating can also increase the formation of the plating solution and the density of the plating layer.