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1.7 MHz Ultrasonic Atomizing Generator with Digital Syringe Pump - MSK-USP-SP-LD

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Description

MSK-USP-SP-LD is a 1.7 MHz Ultrasonic Particle Generator. It can be used in line with MTI Tubing Furnaces to form a versatile synthetic system for nanostructured oxide materials.
SPECIFICATIONS
System Features
  • A 316 Stainless Steel liquid container is equipped with a fluoropolymer sealing ring
  • There is a total of 8 levels to adjust the amount (Level 1-8)
  • Continuous mode and timed mode can be set. For timed mode, time can be adjusted from 30 minutes to 180 minutes (it reaches next level every 30 minutes)
  • The use of quick clamps allows easy removal of components for cleaning or adapting the device with simple connections to gas supply
  • A float meter is equipped with a range of 0.2 - 2 L/min
  • A liquid injection pump is equipped to inject automatically which comes with a 60 ml plastic syringe. The speed range for the liquid injection pump is 0.004 ml/min - 70 ml/min
Input Voltage
  • 220VAC, 1.7 MHz Ultrasonic Particle Generator
Application Notes
  • An MFC can be connected to the upstream to control the carrier gas flow rate. Please click the bottom left picture to view details
  • The ultrasonic particle generator can be used inline with MTI Tubing Furnaces and Electrostatic Precipitator to form a versatile synthetic system for nanostructured oxide materials. Please click the bottom right picture to view details
  
Net Weight
  • 5 kg
Dimension
  • Liquid Syringe: 265mm (L) x 200mm (W) x 150mm (H)
  • Ultrasonic Particle Generator: 150mm (L) x 150mm (W) x 210mm (H)  
 
Shipping Weight
  • 30 lbs
Warranty
  • One year limited manufacturer warranty with lifetime support (consumable parts such as O-rings are not covered by the warranty)
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