Tank cleaning ultrasonic transducer SONOPUSH®

tank cleaning ultrasonic transducer
tank cleaning ultrasonic transducer
tank cleaning ultrasonic transducer
tank cleaning ultrasonic transducer
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for tank cleaning

25 kHz, 30 kHz, 40 kHz


The Original – SONOPUSH® Rod Transducer The SonoPush Rod Transducers can be operated with up to 2000 W power output. They are available in a range of lengths and models. The different models are suitable for a large variety of industrial cleaning processes. Can be used in any cleaning system Trouble-free conversion or retro-fitting with SonoPush Rod Transducers can be done in closed systems, chamber systems or open cleaning tanks. It’s possible to set up efficient cleaning processes in vacuum, under positive pressure and at high temperatures. Heavy duty – for really difficult tasks The patented SonoPush Mono HDT works very efficiently, including in continuous operation. Its intelligent cooling concept allows use in temperatures up to 95 °C and with demanding cycle times. The HDT model satisfies the highest cleanliness requirements with short cleaning cycles making high throughput possible. Without competition. The SonoPush Rod Transducer from Weber Ultrasonics. Do you have questions about ultrasonic cleaning or our rod transducers? Please contact us. We’d be happy to help. Robust and efficient With the Sonopush rod transducers, your work will be efficient under all operating conditions. They stand up to enormous pressure and extreme temperatures. If your cleaning process demands a homogeneous sound field, the Sonopush rod transducer is the perfect choice. A convincing solution: The Sonopush rod transducer has two mounting points. This makes it especially suitable for a wide range of common cleaning systems and where long transducers are required.
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