Ultrasonic Welding Transducer with 40khz 4um amplitude
Ultrasound creates acoustic cavitation, which produces violently imploding vacuum bubbles, causing shock waves, microjet and strong shear forces as well as extreme local temperatures (~5,000 K) and pressures (~1,000 atm). These extreme conditions result in exceptionally efficient mixing, yielding nanoemulsions with very small droplet sizes and enormous contact areas between all components.
Ceramic disc Diameter
Quantity of Ceramic discs
Ultrasonic Converters and Ultrasonic Transducers are one in the same. There is one Ultrasonic OEM, Dukane Corporation, that uses the term Transducer. All of the other ultrasonic OEM manufactures such as Branson, Sonics and Materials, Rinco, Telesonics and Herrmann refer to these as Converters or Konverters.
Converters or Transducers all do the same thing…convert electrical energy to mechanical movement…so we have our electrical charge being introduced across the surface of the ceramics at the desired frequency which in turn gives us a movement or vibration at the working end on the converter.
The converter is threaded onto a booster, which increases, decreases or just transfers the amount of movement from the face of the converter to the horn or Sonotrode as we call it.
Custom System Designs and Consulting:
Active Ultrasonic provides consulting services and custom reactor designs.
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