IMMERSIBLE ULTRASONIC TRANSDUCERS
The ultimate flexibility in ultrasonic design and service, custom built for you.
To create a basic yet high-quality ultrasonic bath, all you need is a Crest immersible ultrasonic transducer, ultrasonic cleaning tank, and ultrasonic generator.
Crest Ultrasonics immersible transducers are constructed of cavitation resistant, bright annealed 316L stainless steel with robotically welded seams to ensure a
You can design these customized submersible units into your new ultrasonic systems or retrofit them into existing systems to introduce ultrasonic precision
cleaning. The cleaning load of your parts tank will determine the number and placement of the submersible transducers, which are available in custom sizes,
wattage, and frequencies — including 25 kHz, 40 kHz, 58 kHz, 132 kHz, 192 kHz, 470 kHz, and 1000 kHz — as well as custom combinations including 20/40 kHz
and 58/192 kHz. They can be mounted on either the sides or bottoms of the cleaning tanks, depending upon their geometry.
By using a Crest modular submersible ultrasonic transducer, you ensure easy servicing, because each one can be easily replaced in minutes thanks to our
flexible mounting schemes. You can also move our immersible transducers from tank to tank, or reposition them on tanks as required for special situations and needs. And you can rack-mount a series of Crest immersibles so that they can be installed and/or removed as a group to speed up tank cleanings, inspections,
Powerful support for all of our industrial ultrasonic equipment
Crest Ultrasonics generators are compatible with all of our aqueous ultrasonic equipment and are available as replacement parts for all our customers (sold
Both Genesis and MW ultrasonic generators have a history of outstanding performance in wattages from 250 to 2000 watts. They have the ability to monitor
watt output to ensure consistent cleaning time after time. Only Crest offers TRU-SWEEP™ sweep frequency, which eliminates inconsistent cleaning by
sweeping a +/- 1kHz around the center frequency to a set repetitive rate.