Ultrasonic High Pressure Homogeniser With Ultrasound Irradiation Permanent Controlled
Intensity of sound
＞ 100M L/Min
＞ 5 L/Min
＞ 15 L/Min
＞ 20 L/Min
＞ 30 L/Min
Material Of Tip Head
Ultrasound creates acoustic cavitation, which produces violently imploding vacuum bubbles, causing shock waves, microjets 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.
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 for
ultrasonically 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.
Inline pipe cleaning, removes scale or build/up without disassembly.
Cylindrical 360° internally radiating chamber.
Internal or external liquid atomizing or powder making sonotrode.
Custom System Designs and Consulting:
Active Ultrasonics provides consulting services and custom reactor designs.
High amplitude probe flow cells
Unrestricted flow-through cylindrical systems
High Power Probe Sonicator
Custom sizes available for laboratory and high volume industrial applications.