ultrasonic generator

ultrasonic generator

[¦əl·trə′sän·ik ′jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
A generator consisting of an oscillator driving an electroacoustic transducer, used to produce acoustic waves above about 20 kilohertz.
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The digital ultrasonic generator technology of the Ultrabond product line is specifically designed for continuous weld processes with continuous power ranges of up to 8000 W.
A hand-held ultrasonic generator is said to be well suited to staking, spot welding, cutting, splicing, and short-run packaging applications.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Surgical Work-Station Combination Of Bipolar Monopolar Vessel Sealer And Saline Bi-Tur Ultrasonic Generator For Surgery Department
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Currently the company is focused on its Western Canada lithium assets, testing its Ultrasonic Generator Technology as well as the acquisition of oil and gas related assets in Western Canada.
28, 29] proposed a novel longitudinal ultrasonic-assisted microinjection molding (LU[micro]IM) method, a longitudinal ultrasonic vibration was directly acted on the melt through the core which was integrated with amplitude transformer of ultrasonic generator.
The MOU outlines licensing terms for use of the technology as a component of the ultrasonic generator package, as well as giving LEXG the right to continue to develop the technology for other applications.
Starting with the introduction of sweeping frequency in 1988, there has been a continuous stream of development and patents covering new ultrasonic generator and transducer technology.
Since the frequency of the sound waves generated by the ultrasonic generator is the key factor in terms of cleaning efficiency, cleaning systems are generally designed for one specific process.
In the direct vibratory method (standardized by ASTM G 32-06 [2]), an oscillation of high frequency and low amplitude is generated by an electro-acoustic converter (piezoelectric crystal) powered by an ultrasonic generator.
The loads in X axis, Y axis, Z axis, A axis and C axis, spindle load, torque, and load of ultrasonic generator were observed.
Another feature is its microprocessor-controlled ultrasonic generator that adjusts sonic wave intensity to match the number of samples being processed.