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Product description


Professional Use:
Medical and Dental Clinics, Tattoo Shops, Scientific Labs and Golf Clubs.
Jewelers, Opticians, Watchmakers, Antique Dealers and Electronics Workshops etc.
Personal or Home Use:
Jewelry
Earrings, Necklace, Rings, Bracelets and
Diamonds.
Glasses amp; Timepieces
Glasses, Optical Lenses, Contact Lens
Accessories, Watch Chains and Waterproof Watches.
Commodities
Tattoo Guns and Tubes, Electric Shaver Heads, Razor Blades, Dentures, Combs and Toothbrushes.
Stationery
Pen-heads, Printer heads, Inkjet Cartridges and Seals.
Metal Articles
Ancient Coins, Badges, Valves, Machine Nozzles, Electronics Components and Mechanical Parts, Forks, Knives, Spoons and Other Small Silverware etc.
Others
Baby nipples, baby feeder bottles, Fruit, vegetables.
Features:
1. Data measured manually, please allow slight measurement error.
2. Support full voltage range from 100,110~130, 220~240V, plug type will be matched according to your shipping address.
Updated new features:
1. Touchpad censor control panel, micro-computer gentle touch keypad, easy to operate
2, Oxygen exhaustion function. The machine will pause to work for 6 seconds after 9 seconds working, exhausting all the oxygen to avoid the adduction.
3, Capacity switchable and adjustable. Two capacity gears to switch, output power can be adjustable.
Specification:
Tank capacity 10L
Tank size(mm) 300*240*150
Unit size(mm) 375*265*250
Box packing(mm) 435*360*350
Ultrasonic power 240W/120W
Heating power 200W
Timer 1~30min adjustable
Heater norma20 ~80C adjustable
Frequency 40,000Hz
N.W./ G.W. 7.3kg / 8.4kgs

JIUZHOUTONG 10L Professional Ultrasonic Cleaner Machine with Dig

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