Low Power Ultrasonic Atomizing Piezoelectric Transducer For Nebulizer Spray Nozzle

Low Power Ultrasonic Atomizing Piezoelectric Transducer For Nebulizer Spray Nozzle

Finely Processed Micron Coating Solutions with Ultrasonic Nozzle For Medical Tube and Electronics Introduction : Ultrasonic spraying nozzles are light weight flow through design for introducing liquids at the back of the nozzle. With nozzle materials made from titanium, stainless steel and...
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Low power Ultrasonic atomizing piezoelectric transducer for nebulizer Spray Nozzle


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Introduction :

Ultrasonic atomization is a very conventional method to produce sprays of very small droplets. Resulting droplet size distributions are very narrow and the mean diameter is essentially only controlled by the excitation frequency


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Applications: 

*Blood Collection Tubes

*Medical Devices

*Hydrogen Fuel Cells

*Solar Cells Coatings

*Antimicrobial Coatings

*Float & Panel Glass

*Electronics

*Nano Technology

*Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis

*Bioaerosol Spray

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Features:

·   Reduce material consumption

·   Non wasteful over spray

·   Very low flow rate capabilities, inter-mitten or continuous

·   Non clogging

·   Corrosion resistant

·   High precise and highly controllable

·   Low cost spray nozzle replacement


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General FAQ

Q:When can we get the reply ?

A:Any inquires will be replied with 24hours.Our sales team will try our best to support you,and


Q:I want to order a certain product but i cant find it in the catalogue.

A:We can customize individual program depending different requirements for different customers. Also processing with supplied samples


Q:What are the capabilities of ultrasonic nozzle in Printed circuit boards?

A:The non-clogging nature of ultrasonic nozzles, the small and uniform droplet size created by them and the fact that the spray plume can be shaped by tightly controlled air shaping devices make the application quite successful in wave soldering processes. The viscosity of nearly all fluxes on the market fit well within the capabilities of the technology. In soldering, "no-clean" flux is highly preferred. But if excessive quantities are applied the process will result in corrosive residues on the bottom of the circuit assembly.



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