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How many watts is the M1800 ultrasonic bath?
P/N Model IVolts IWatts IAmps OWatts Fuses CPX-952-116R M1800 120VAC 90 0.8 70 F1-1A F2-2A CPX-952-117R M1800H 120VAC 145 1.2 70 F1-2A F2-2A CPX-952-118R CPX1800H 120VAC 150 1.3 70 F1-2A F2-1.6A CPX-952-119R CPX1800 120VAC 90 0.8 70 F1-1.6A F2-1.6A
Hi,looking for a user manual for M1800H
You can get your manual here: https://www.sonicsonline.com/pages/ultrasonic-cleaning-information-center
With the stainless steel basket, are there holes in the bottom or just the sides? We have some very small parts that fall through the other mesh baskets we use. Basket questions part 2, besides the M1800H cleaner, we also use the smaller B200 model. We need a smaller mesh size basket for that as well, some of our tool parts fall through the plastic basket mesh.
For your issues with the M1800H, I recommend switching to the perforated tray. It has openings on two sides only - rows of 1/8" drilled holes. So far as the parts used in the B200, would they fit into our clamshell basket?
If not, I would try a small beaker with your cleaning fluid, resting inside the B200 basket. Of course, your B200 must be full of water as well for this to work.
Greetings, we are using your product, it works pretty well. Yet we wonder whether there is any recommendation for ear/hearing protection such as ear muff or plug? Any suggestion or information will be very appreciated and helpful.
The 1800 is a small unit, and the sound levels should be well within the safety guidelines at your workplace. Branson does not have any recommendations for ear protection for this unit. If you find the sound annoying, keeping the cover in place during operation can help somewhat.