50KHz 30W Ultrasonic Nebulizer for Paint Spraying
Ultrasonic spray (FOG) is to use the energy of ultrasonic water or liquid scattered, forming several microns to 100 microns in size of particles, used for air humidifying, granulating, mixing liquid, promote chemical reactions, spraying, molten metal powder etc.By breaking apart agglomerated particles as they travel down the nozzle body due to continuous ultrasonic vibrations along the length of nozzle, resulting in the most effective use of functional particles.
Dedusting, textile, printing and dyeing, tobacco, flowers, telecommunications, paper, electronics, mushroom cultivation, fruit storage, atomized humidifying, chemical mixture, production, spray drying granulation, coating, fabric coating, metal powder and other industries.
1.Spray patterns are easily shaped for precise coating applications
2.Highly controllable spray produces reliable, consistent results
3.Corrosion-resistant titanium and stainless steel construction
4.Ultra-low flow rate capabilities, intermittent or continuous
5.No moving parts to wear out
Q:Is ultrasonic harmful to heath?
A:No, ultrasonic frequencies between 20 and 35 kHz are not harmful to humans. Sometimes unpleasant whistling side noises will occur. Therefore machines in the lower frequency range often have sound insulation.
Q:Can ultrasonic nozzle save cost in Solar cells?
A:Yes, Photovoltaic and dye-sensitized solar technology both need the application of liquids and coatings during the manufacturing process. With most of these substances being very expensive, any losses due to over-spray or quality control are minimized with the use of ultrasonic nozzles. In efforts to reduce the manufacturing costs of solar cell, traditionally done using the batch-based phosphoryl chloride or POCl3 method, it has been shown that using ultrasonic nozzles to lay a thin aqueous-based film onto silicon wafers can effectively be used as a diffusion process to create N-type layers with uniform surface resistance.