120 KHZ ultrasonic atomizing nozzle with high frequency sound waves (more than the scope of hearing, the electron oscillation and animals with no harm to human body), using the ultrasonic energy action will water or liquid break up, forming a few microns to 100 microns particles size. 120 KHZ high-power ultrasonic atomization technology is the power source of high-power ultrasonic longitudinal transducer, combined with ultrasonic transducer, ultrasonic transformers, launch head, special driving power supply. Head for high frequency vibration transducer drive launch of applying ultrasonic wave force, water or other liquid dispersion of liquid will flow into fine particles, spray into the air, so as to achieve the aim of the spray (spray). Is unrestricted, its characteristic is to medium or sewage, oil, chemical liquid can atomization of mucus. No pressure, no noise, no nozzle wear and congestion. Atomization quantity size can adjust at will, the most suitable for application in industry.
And rely on pressure and high speed movement of traditional liquid shattered into small particles of spray head, 120 KHZ ultrasonic atomization nozzle is the use of low liquid atomization of ultrasonic vibration energy. Liquid by its own gravity or each type of pump is transferred to the nozzle to achieve continuous or intermittent atomization.
120 KHZ ultrasonic atomization spray atomization of liquid viscosity is as high as 450 CPS, after atomization particle diameter up to 5 um, minimum flow can be controlled to 0.6 pL. 7 inches touch screen operation interface. Spraying available for point shape, surface, linear, hollow circular, fan, etc.
120 KHZ ultrasonic atomization spraying equipment application range is very wide:
Heart stents, coronary stents, stents, peripheral support coating; Vacuum vessels, catheter, guide wire, endotracheal intubation, balloon, glass coating etc. Dressing, dressing stick, cotton and other coating; Slides, vessel outer surface coating; Nano silver coating; Solar panels, circuit boards, such as spray fuel cells