23 - 25 October 2018
The NexTgen Ultrasonic Analyzer is an exclusive product by SinapTec ensuring good working of your ultrasonic equipment. It is connected between an ultrasonic power generator and its transducer.It is able to scan the electrical signals transiting between an ultrasonic generator and its transducer, and thus to make reliable and reproducible recordings of the stability as well as the efficiency of your ultrasonic equipment.Thanks to the functionalities of our patented NexTgen software, you will be able to visualize graphically and in real time the evolution of your process operation, and to export the data in order to ensure a perfect traceability of your quality controls.The device uses the patented NexTgen concept from SinapTec, already integrated in our range of generators, to provide a reliable and robust solution.Our Ultrasonic Analyzer allows you to benefit from NexTgen software features on any type of ultrasonic equipment.
With power up to 2500W and a working frequency of 20kHz*, the ultrasonic impact delivered by our range of rods garantees a powerful and efficient cleaning.
Providing power up to 1500W and offering simple (classic model) as well as complete (process model) interfaces with unequalled connectivity, our NexTgen Inside generator ...
The cleaning transducers, designed and produced in SinapTec's premises, are engineered for optimum vibratory amplitude and yield.
Distributed for more than 30 years, ...
The ultrasonic transducers, exclusively produced in SinapTec's premises, are fixed inside the box by means of a specific process which guarantees high shock and ...
The plates are equipped with ultrasonic transducers and are flanged either to the lateral outside wall or on the underside of the bottom of the cleaning tank. They ...
Radial probes produce a homogeneous ultrasonic field, optimally distributed at 360° along its whole length.
Standard frequencies are 20 kHz and 40 kHz.
The different ...
The ultrasonic nozzle produces droplets or particles of mastered size: the higher the ultrasonic frequency, the smaller the aerosol particles (some microns). Two ...