Branson ultrasonic tanks provide versatile ways to meet localized cleaning needs in a variety of industrial settings. Type 316L bright annealed stainless steel construction permits use of a wide range of cleaning chemistries.
Branson offers efficient piezoelectric transducers on its tanks. These composite PZT units offer excellent energy conversion, stable performance under all operating conditions and are guaranteed for the life of the system (excluding cavitation erosion). Transducers are offered in two frequencies: 25 kHz and 40 kHz. Generally 25 kHz is preferred for large, massive parts and 40 kHz for smaller, more intricate parts or components with complex geometry.
Lip flange for easy, flush recessing in countertops or cabinets
Stainless steel fill and drain connections
Optional stainless steel covers and a selection of baskets with varying mesh sizes
POWER SUPPLY SELECTION
Each Branson cleaning tank must be served by a separate power supply operating at the same frequency and rated for the same number of transducer elements.
Line/load regulation compensates for liquid level and temperature changes as well as line voltage and load variations. Changes are held to less than 3% for very consistent cleaning
True variable power control makes the cavitational intensity (not duty cycle) infintely and lineraly variable from 20% to 100% which allows mathcing the power to your application requirements
Sweep frequency minimizes standing waves and improves ultrasonic activity distribution. The sweep operates at a rate of 80 Hz per second across a bandwidth of 1400 Hz
Auto tuning maintains optimum operating frequency around your application. The generator automatically and dynamically adjusts to your conditions regardless of changes in the operating environment. Input/output (I/O) interface option permits remote on /off control of the generator. This is ideal for systems applications or where the generator may be inaccessible
Safety features to protect the generator include over-temperature, overload, open circuit, and short circuit. Panel mounted fault lights indicate a problem
ADDITIONAL STANDARD FEATURES
Indirect cabinet cooling – sensitive components are isolated from the potentially dirty cooling air