20Khz Ultrasonic Experimental Sonochemistry for reducing particles in liquids

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Ultrasonic homogenization is a mechanical process that reduces small particles in a liquid and distributes it evenly. Ultrasonic homogenization is mainly used to reduce small particles in a liquid to improve the uniformity and stability of the liquid. These particles (dispersed phase) can be solid or liquid. Ultrasonic homogenization is a very effective method for reducing soft and hard particles in liquids.


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Ultrasonic homogenization is a mechanical process that reduces small particles in a liquid and distributes it evenly. Ultrasonic homogenization is mainly used to reduce small particles in a liquid to improve the uniformity and stability of the liquid. These particles (dispersed phase) can be solid or liquid. Ultrasonic homogenization is a very effective method for reducing soft and hard particles in liquids.

Specifications

Model QR-S20-500 QR-S20-1000 QR-S20-1500 QR-S20-2000 QR-S20-3000
Frequency 20±1 KHz 20±1 KHz 20±1 KHz 20±1 KHz 20±1 KHz
Power 500 W 1000 W 1500 W 2000 W 3000 W
Voltage 220±10% V 220±10% V 220±10% V 220±10% V 220±10% V
Temperature 150 ℃ 150 ℃ 300 ℃ 300 ℃ 300 ℃
Pressure Normal Normal 35 MPa 35 MPa 35 MPa
Intensity of sound 10 W/cm² 10 W/cm² 30 W/cm² 40 W/cm² 60 W/cm²
Max Capacity > 2 L/Min 5 L/Min 15 L/Min 20 L/Min 30 L/Min
Material Of Tip Head Titanium Alloy Titanium Alloy Titanium Alloy Titanium Alloy Titanium Alloy

Advantages

Ultrasonic homogenization is the most effective way to reduce soft and hard particles. Homogenization is based on cavitation. When the liquid comes into contact with intense ultrasonic vibrations, the sound waves propagate in the liquid, resulting in alternating high and low pressure cycles (about 20,000 times per second). During the low pressure cycle, as the liquid vapor pressure increases, high intensity small vacuum bubbles are created in the liquid. When the bubble reaches a certain size, it will collapse sharply during the high pressure cycle. In this implosion process, local high pressure produces a high velocity liquid jet. The generated current and turbulence disturb the agglomeration of the particles and lead to a violent collision between the particles.

A major advantage of ultrasonic homogenizers is that the liquid contact portion is relatively small, which effectively reduces frictional wear and cleaning time. There are only two parts that contact the liquid: the ultrasonic vibrating head and the can body. Both are simple geometric figures, with no hidden holes. Ultrasonic amplitude and pressure are the most influential parameters for cavitation effects. Hangchao ultrasonic homogenizing equipment has an amplitude of about 1 to 200 microns and can withstand liquid pressures ranging from 0 to 500 psig. Due to the wide range of adjustment of the two parameters, very good cavitation effects can be achieved.

By precisely controlling the amplitude of the ultrasonic head, we make the amplitude of the ultrasonic device used for production at different scales constant, which allows the ultrasound to be controlled and repeated. Consistent and repeatable results are produced under the same operating parameters. This is important for the quality of the materials produced and the expansion of the process from the laboratory to the production level.

There are many applications in ultrasonic fluids such as homogenization (dispersion depolymerization, phacoemulsification, wet milling and micromilling), cell division (ultrasonic extraction), ultrasonic chemistry (transesterification, biodiesel), degassing (leakage) Testing, bottles and cans, etc.


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