Three components of ultrasonic homogenizer and their characteristics
The ultrasonic homogenizer consists of only three parts: generator, converter, and probe. In any low-to-medium viscosity liquid, the probe will release rapid high-frequency ultrasonic vibration, thereby expanding and destroying microscopic bubbles at a rate of 20,000 cycles per second. This process only takes 2-3 minutes, and generates only negligible heat, retaining bright colors, aromas and nutrients, while producing a more rounded overall flavor.
Features of ultrasonic homogenizer:
Ultrasonic emission of sound waves or "ultrasonic processing" extract, purify, inject, homogenize, emulsify, suspend, degas, and even quickly create customized flavors. Various technologies are provided by applying low thermal vibration of sound energy. The system consists of three components: generator, converter, and probe. In any low-to-medium viscosity liquid, the expanding and folding microbubbles released by the probe generate rapid, high-frequency ultrasonic vibration waves at 20,000 cycles per second. The process only takes 2-3 minutes, generates only negligible heat, maintains bright colors, aromas and nutrients, while producing a round, smooth overall flavor. Short processing time is the operating flexibility of the chef;
The process only takes 2 to 3 minutes; pulse mode to reduce heat generation; high-power converter, no internal cooling; to make the wine full and round taste; to infuse cocktails and other liquids with the volatile aroma of fresh herbs or spices ; Increase the sauce and puree of fruit or vegetable pulp; tenderly marinate the meat in a few seconds; boost the taste without making the meat fish and other proteins delicate.
Ultrasonic homogenizer can make liquid-liquid and solid-liquid solutions better mixed. Ultrasonic vibration will produce millions of tiny bubbles, which immediately form and collapse, forming a powerful shock wave, which can rupture cells or particles.
It can also be used for the preparation of nanomaterials, such as dispersed graphene, liposomal vitamin C, carbon nanotubes, carbon black, silica, coatings, emulsified CBD oil, biodiesel, etc.