Model No.: OD160
Piezoelectric ceramic plate
Electrode direction: thickness
Applications: HIFU ultrasonic transducer
HIFU high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is a new technique of ultrasound surgery developed in the 1940s. It uses ultrasound as energy source, uses its penetration and focusing mode to focus the ultrasound energy on the SMAS layer of human body, forms a high sound intensity area in SMAS, which can penetrate into 3.0mm-4.5mm subcutaneously and make the temperature of SMAS tissue reach 65 degrees C within 0.5-1 seconds. Upper (the strongest temperature of all non-invasive skin-tightening instruments) results in collagen recombination in SMAS tissues without damaging normal tissues outside the focal area, thus achieving the effect of fascial elevation.
It is mainly used for the sagging of skin tissue, excessive wrinkles, aging and rough skin, rebuilding facial curve, effectively lifting the relaxation and sagging of eye and neck tissue. HIFU HIGH ENERGY FOCUSING ULTRASONIC TOOL MACHINE SUBGRAPH
HIFU HIGH ENERGY FOCUSING ULTRASONIC TOOL MACHINE SUBGRAPH
1. Facial anti-aging wrinkles: deep wrinkles, wrinkles, forehead lines, nasolabial groove elevation, lip wrinkles, eyebrows wrinkles, tight neck skin, eliminate double chin, thin face;
2. Eye wrinkles: eye wrinkles, crow's tail wrinkles, pouches, tightening loose skin around the eyes;
3. Anti-aging of the whole body: back tightening, chest adjustment, waist and abdomen shaping, buttock shaping, leg shaping, butterfly sleeve removal, repair of mild stretch marks.
Piezoelectric Ceramic Material: PZT-82 (hard PZT, equal to PZT-8)
P-82 is used in high power applications and has an extremely high mechanical quality. With the ability to withstand high levels of electrical excitation and mechanical stress, Navy Type III has the best power handling capabilities. Applications include ultrasonic cleaners, cell disruption, phacoemulsification, and high power ultrasonics.
Zibo Yuhai Electronic Ceramics Co., Ltd. (formerly Zibo Wireless Ceramics Factory), founded in 1966, is one of leading manufacturer of piezoelectric ceramic elements and is engaged in the research and development of piezoelectric ceramic elements.
a. In 1986, involved in the formulation of the CB1125~1128-86 ministerial standard for general technical conditions of piezoelectric ceramic materials for underwater acoustics.
b. In 1988, participated in the formulation of the "Measurement and Calculation Method of Performance Parameters of Underwater Acoustic Practical Piezoelectric Ceramic Components" CB1194-88 standard.
c. In 1993, participated the formulation of the CB1218-93 ministerial standard of commonly used piezoelectric ceramic components for underwater acoustics.
d. In 2004, Participated in the formulation of Dielectric Filters Part 1: General Specification SJIEC61337-1:2004, Dielectric Filters Part 2: Guidelines for UseSJIEC61337-2:2004 industry standard.