Ultrasonic Liquid Processor Laboratory System
Intensity of sound
＞ 3 L/Min
＞ 10 L/Min
＞ 15 L/Min
＞ 20 L/Min
＞ 30 L/Min
Material Of Tip Head
Introduction to ultrasonic sonochemical equipment
When ultrasonic waves propagate through a liquid medium, they produce mechanical, thermal, optical, electrical, and chemical effects through mechanical action, cavitation, and heat. High-powered ultrasonic waves produce intense cavitation, which creates transient high temperatures, high pressures, vacuum and microjets locally. Chemical extraction, biodiesel production and sonochemical reactions have created a local small environment that is very conducive to the reaction process, which can greatly increase the reaction rate and reduce the reaction conditions.
For biomass extraction, it will cause destruction of plant cell walls and rapid penetration of solvent, so that the extracted active ingredients can be quickly dissolved into the solvent, thereby increasing the extraction rate, shortening the extraction time, and saving the solvent. Ultrasonic processing of biomass resources is a hot spot of research and development in recent years.
Ultrasonic chemical extraction, biodiesel production and sonochemical reaction biomass extraction ranged from 15KHz to 100KHz, with ultrasonic frequencies around 20KHz being common, mainly due to lower ultrasonic frequencies under the same power conditions. More likely to produce cavitation effects.
1. Food processing
Reaction Acceleration – cavitation accelerates chemical and physical reactions.
Dispersion – e.g. nanoparticle processing
Disruption and Cell Lysing-will break open biological tissues and cells to extract enzymes and DNA, prepare vaccines.
This technology provides a method forultrasonically lysing cells and spores in a liquid flowing
continuously or intermittently through a cylindrical reactor.
Homogenization – making uniform mixtures of liquids or liquid suspensions.
Emulsification – processing foods, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics.
Dissolution – dissolving solids in solvents.
Degassing – removing gases from solutions without heat or vacuum.
3. Inline pipe cleaning, removes scale or build/up without disassembly.
4. Cylindrical 360° internally radiating chamber.
5. Internal or external liquid atomizing or powder making sonotrode.