Ultrasonic Dispersion and Deagglomeration
The application of ultrasound in liquids enables to break agglomerates in order to obtain a homogeneous solution by the action of the ultrasonic cavitation. This is a common application of ultrasonic devices.
Emulsification consist in the mixing of two immiscible substances. High frequency ultrasonic devices provide the power required to disperse a liquid phase into a second phase in small droplets.
Ultrasound inside a liquid medium reduces the small gas bubbles suspended in the liquid.
Ultrasound, by breaking the cell membrane, allows the cell destruction. This application is for example useful for bacteria destruction.
Ultrasound breaks cell membranes to release its contents. This application is used in various application fields (e.g.: vegetal extraction, molecular extraction, catalytic extraction…).
Based on acoustic energy that implements physical effects such as cavitation, the use of ultrasound improves the efficiency, quality and speed of chemical reactions.