GENERATOR The ultrasonic generator converts electrical energy received from the power line into electrical energy with the proper frequency, voltage and amperage to power or drives the ultrasonic transducers. In most cases, the power line provides AC at a voltage of 230 Volts and at a frequency of 50 or 60 Hz depending on location.
TRANSDUCER Its function is to convert the electrical energy into mechanical vibrations. When an electrical signal is applied to this transducer, it vibrates around the specific frequency range and generates a sound wave.
BOOSTER The main function of an ultrasonic booster is to augment the amplitude of ultrasonic vibrations when placed between the converter and the Horn, forming the vibrating assembly. They are generally built out of aluminum or titanium alloy, depending on the application they get employed in.
HORN An ultrasonic horn is a tapering metal bar commonly used for augmenting the oscillation displacement amplitude provided by an ultrasonic transducer operating at the low end of the ultrasonic frequency spectrum (commonly between 15 and 100 kHz).