Electrical engineering and electronics are typical areas where ultrasonic cleaning comes into play. Example:
SICK AG, with its headquarters in Waldkirch, Germany ranks among the leading global manufacturers of intelligent sensors and sensor solutions for industrial applications. The company focuses on the fields of automation technology, industrial safety systems, auto ident applications, as well as analytical and process measurement technology. The cleanliness of the optical components employed plays a key part in terms of the quality and function of the products. To achieve the requisite cleanliness economically, SICK employs innovative 40 and 80 kHz multifrequency generators and transducers from Weber Ultrasonics. Thanks to its multifrequency technology, the ultrasonic system can be used for removing coarse soiling, for fine and superfine cleaning with strict residual soiling limits, as well as for extremely sensitive components with complex structures. As such, the single cleaning system performs tasks which typically require at least two systems and often also involve complicated manual cleaning steps. Component cleaning not only becomes more economical and space-saving through use of multifrequency technology, it is also safer and more flexible.
3 kW ultrasonic generator
The innovative plug-and-play device is fully digital and impresses not only through its maximum process stability and power output, but also its exemplary ease-of-use.
Weber Ultrasonics America
P.O. Box 840
Clarkston, MI 48347-0840
Tel. 001 248 620 5142
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