Ultrasonic Coating Systems comprise of an ultrasonic atomizer along with an ultrasonic vibrator, a thermal exchanger and a reservoir. The ultrasonic vibrator is attached to an amplifying section which has a peripheral surface and a tip on it. This amplifying section can lengthen and slant at a range of angle which is preferably between 5° to 10° from horizontal. The reservoir which contains a fluid is in contact with the external surface of the amplifying section. A spray pump can be placed in between the external surface and the reservoir of the amplifying section so as to ascertain the rate of the liquid flow from about 10 to about 30 ml/min, the thermal heat exchanger is given to curb the viscosity of the liquid along with the temperature. The liquid flows from the reservoir and on top of the external surface of the amplifying section to the tip.

A feed tube which consists of a dispensing end is provided to the setup and this tube is situated in between the reservoir and the external surface for the liquid to be dished out from the respective dispensing end onto the external surface. Rather, the feeder tube goes through the thermal heat exchanger before the liquid starts flowing on top of the amplifying section. The liquid which starts flowing is forced out from the dispensing tip in the form of droplets which has a considerably horizontal velocity while the tip is swinging upon the propulsion of the ultrasonic vibrator. The coating liquid is poured into the spray-foaming tip on the ultrasonic transducer with an external liquid applicator. The ultrasonic vibrations of the spray-forming tip fracture the liquid into tiny drops and expel them from the spray tip. The width of the pattern in which the spray is produced is same as the width of the spray-foaming tip, i.e., 2mm to 20mm depending on the type of the head. The air directors are used to determine and speed up the ultrasonically produced spray.