Ultrasonic Graphene Disperser is specially designed for laboratory small-scale production, pilot test and production of professional R & D equipment, with high extraction efficiency, easy to use and so on. The core content of ultrasonic nanotechnology is how to solve the problem of nanoparticle agglomeration. Because nanoparticle itself is easy to agglomerate, it is very difficult to obtain a single dispersed nanoparticle. How to make the nanoparticle evenly dispersed into the matrix is a key technology of nanotechnology. .
Ultrasound products use ultrasonic cavitation to disperse agglomerated particles. It is to put the desired particle suspension (liquid) into a super sound field and process it with the appropriate ultrasonic amplitude and time of action. Due to the inherent characteristics of agglomeration of powder particles, for some powders that do not disperse well in the medium, an appropriate amount of dispersant may be added to maintain the dispersed and stable state, which may generally reach tens of nanometers or even less. This product is especially used to disperse nano-materials (such as graphene, silica, etc.) and has a good effect, and is now receiving attention from all parties.
Ultrasonic emulsification achieves the oil-water emulsification, water-emulsified emulsification, and the mixing homogenization of the dispersed phase and the continuous phase with its “cavitation effect”. It is a modern sonochemical method that replaces traditional emulsification processes such as propellers and colloid mills. An important feature of ultrasonic emulsification is the ability to produce an extremely stable emulsion without or with minimal emulsifiers. The obvious advantages of phacoemulsification have prompted it to be used more and more in many industrial processes such as food, paper, paint, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, textiles, fuel thermoelectricity, fuel oil central air conditioning, petroleum, metallurgy, etc., in which fuel oil is burned with water. In the country, it is an important project that has re-emerged.