50Khz High Frequency Ultrasonic Atomization Nozzle for antimicrobial coatings
|FLOW RATE (ml/min)||0~20ml/min|
|Solution utilization||above 98%|
Ultrasonic atomization spraying technology is often used in various spraying processes. The sprayed material must be liquid, which can be solution, sol, suspension, etc. The liquid paint is first atomized into fine particles by ultrasonic atomization equipment, and then uniformly coated on the opposite surface of the substrate by a certain amount of carrier gas to form a coating or film. The applications of ultrasonic atomization spraying include new energy industry, biomedical industry, electronic products and semiconductor industry, glass industry and so on.
Ultrasonic atomization spraying can be used for vascular stent spraying, blood collection tubes, and drug balloon spraying and other biomedical and pharmaceutical spraying. At the same time, it is very suitable for metal stents, balloons and blood collection tubes for drug spraying because they can produce very low Flow rate, precise shape of spray pattern, low speed delivery and relatively small droplets.
Ultrasonic spraying system is also used for spraying various medical bandages, implantable wound dressings, hemostatic patches, medical masks and other medical textiles. Ultrasonic high-frequency vibration will destroy the agglomerates in the medicine and ensure that it is on the tube wall. Form a uniform drug coating.
Ultrasonic spraying equipment can be used for spraying solder powder, circuit board production and other electronic products. Ultrasonic spraying can be used for the production of solder powder. Ultrasonic atomization technology is a high-efficiency and low-consumption method for preparing fine metal powder. The prepared solder powder has good sphericity, controllable particle size, and narrow particle size range. It has attracted much attention in the entire metal powder industry. In addition, ultrasonic atomization spraying can evenly spray the flux on the printed circuit board, which is beneficial to the production of the circuit board.
New energy materials
Ultrasonic atomization spraying can be used for spraying of new energy sources such as fuel cells and solar cells. The use of ultrasonic atomization technology can spray the fuel cell in a small number of times, and can maximize the control of the spraying effect. Ultrasonic spraying can not only synthesize fuel cell catalyst nanomaterials, but also spray catalyst materials on electrodes or membrane substrates. Both photovoltaic and dye-sensitized solar cells need to spray important coatings on the substrate during the manufacturing process. Since some of these substances are very expensive, the loss of coatings needs to be minimized.
Ultrasonic spray technology can be used in mass production coating systems for large-area coatings (such as continuous float glass anticorrosive coating). Significant improvement in the uniformity of the ultrasonic spray can reduce defects and improve glass protection, thereby uniformly coating a thin film layer on the entire glass surface. Deposition control can achieve very thin material layers while still maintaining high uniformity.
Ultrasonic spraying technology is widely used in a variety of nano-level functional glass coatings such as anti-reflection and antireflection coatings, hydrophilic and hydrophobic coatings, photoresist films, and transparent conductive coatings.
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