Replacement Rinco Ultrasonic 35Khz Transducer
An ultrasonic transducer is an energy device that converts electrical energy, mechanical energy, or acoustic energy from one form of energy to another, called a transducer, also known as an active sensor. Among them, the more mature and reliable is the device that converts electric energy and sound energy by piezoelectric effect, also known as piezoelectric transducer.
|Model Type||Replacement Rinco Transducer|
|Material||Titanium, aluminum and steel optional|
|Application||For welding，cutting and medical using|
schematic diagram for your reference below:
1. Stable output is not affected by load changes
2. Lead time: fast production lead time and fast delivery. If we have stocks usually 1-3 days.
Ultrasonic welding has two major categories: ultrasonic metal welding and ultrasonic plastic welding. Among them, ultrasonic plastic welding technology has been widely used. It uses ultrasonic vibration generated by the transducer to transmit ultrasonic vibration energy to the weld zone through the upper weldment. Since the welding zone, that is, the sound resistance at the junction of the two weldments is large, local high temperature is generated to melt the plastic, and the welding work is completed under the contact pressure. Ultrasonic plastic welding facilitates the welding of parts that cannot be welded by other welding methods. In addition, it also saves expensive mold costs for plastic products, shortens processing time, improves production efficiency, and is economical, fast and reliable.
The fine abrasive is applied to the workpiece with a certain static pressure along with the ultrasonic processing tool, and the same shape as the tool can be processed. The transducer needs to generate an amplitude of 15 to 40 microns at a frequency of 15 to 40 kHz during processing. The ultrasonic tool continuously impacts the abrasive on the surface of the workpiece with a considerable impact force, destroying the ultrasonic radiation portion, and breaking the material to achieve the purpose of removing the material. Ultrasonic processing is mainly applied to the processing of brittle and hard materials such as gemstones, jade, marble, agate, and hard alloy, as well as the processing of shaped holes and deep holes. In addition, when the ultrasonic transducer is vibrated on a common cutting tool, it can also improve the accuracy and efficiency.