Ultrasonic atomization spraying is different from traditional atomization that relies on pressure and high-speed motion to crush liquid into small particles. Ultrasonic atomization spraying uses high-frequency ultrasonic vibration energy to atomize liquid. The liquid can be delivered to the spray head by its own gravity or a low-pressure pump to achieve continuous or intermittent spraying.
Ultrasonic atomization spraying system as a more accurate, more controllable, and more environmentally friendly coating application, reduces environmental pollution and waste of resources. In coating applications, pressureless, low-speed spray can greatly reduce the amount of spray, because the droplets tend to settle in the matrix instead of rebounding. At present, the pressure spray equipment widely used in industry and research and development has been replaced by ultrasonic atomization spraying.
Ultrasonic atomization spraying uses piezoelectric effect to convert electrical energy into high-frequency mechanical energy to atomize liquid. Ultrasonic high-frequency oscillation is used to atomize liquid into uniform micron-sized particles. Compared with traditional pressure nozzles, ultrasonic spraying can obtain a more uniform, thinner and more controllable film coating, and it is not easy to block the nozzles. Since the ultrasonic nozzle only needs a tiny air volume of kilopascals, there is almost no splash during the spraying process, so the paint utilization rate is as high as 94%. The body of the sonic atomization nozzle is made of titanium material because of its outstanding acoustic properties, high tensile strength and excellent corrosion resistance.
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