Ultrasonic atomizing nozzles have long been regarded as an important choice for generating internal coatings for blood collection tubes and syringe barrels. The ultrasonic spray system can evenly apply clot activator and anticoagulant, including heparin, EDTA, silicon dioxide and acid citrate dextrose, etc. inside the blood collection tube. Ultrasonic nozzles can also spray the medicine to the area of the blood collection tube or syringe barrel to be sprayed, instead of coating the entire tube.
The particularity of medical equipment also has higher precision requirements for the spraying effect of its equipment. Ultrasonic atomization equipment can accurately control spraying parameters such as fluid speed, air speed and vibration frequency, so it can play a greater role in medical equipment spraying. In addition, because vacuum blood collection tubes are mainly used in the medical and health industry, there are also greater requirements for the cleanliness of the spray system. Ultrasonic spraying equipment can meet its sanitary requirements.
Ultrasonic spraying system
Ultrasonic spraying equipment is self-cleaning, avoiding pollution to the inner wall of the blood collection tube during the spraying process, and at the same time preventing its own nozzle from being polluted, and can be used for spraying repeatedly. The ultrasonic spraying system can program the spraying quantity, distance, thickness and other parameters to ensure the accuracy of the spraying effect. Ultrasonic spraying equipment can save raw materials, and the utilization rate of raw materials is as high as over 85%. Industrial ultrasonic atomizers can be easily retrofitted into existing production lines to achieve efficient spraying with stable quality output.
As an industry-proven technology, ultrasonic spraying has been successfully applied to high-performance thin-film coating production lines in the manufacturing process of precision electronic products such as semiconductors, precision devices, nanotechnology applications, fuel cells and solar cells. During the ultrasonic spraying process, the size and distribution of the droplets can be precisely controlled to produce particles with high surface area.
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Vacuum blood collection tubes and syringes are elongated closed tubular structures with only one inlet and outlet. Therefore, when spraying them, they need to be processed and sprayed with an extended atomizing nozzle. Therefore, the penetration ultrasonic nozzle can be used for spraying of blood collection tubes.
The ultrasonic spraying system can combine multiple penetration nozzles at the same time to perform spraying operations on blood collection tubes. This can improve spraying efficiency and save spraying time. Since ultrasonic nozzles are generally sprayed at low speeds, the possibility of overspray or material splashing during spraying can be avoided, which can effectively save the cost of spraying materials. The nozzle is made of very high-strength titanium alloy and other proprietary metals, giving it excellent chemical resistance and excellent acoustic properties. In addition, the nozzle can also provide different tip configurations and different lengths, depending on the diameter and length of the tube.