1.Simple, low-cost design----Initial equipment costs area fraction(often one-fourth or one-fifth) of the outlay required for conventional equipment with similar output. Installation of a ultrasonic emulsifier often merely means the replacement of an existing unit without change of production methods.
2.Low operating costs
a. High efficiency
Because all the energy is developed and used right in the liquids, high operating efficiency results. High production rates are achieved with a fraction of the power needed for conventional mixing equipment.
b. Low maintenance
c. Faster emulsification
The very high energies produced by cavitation afford a means of creating smaller particle size, and a great many cases allow a reduction n the amount of emulsifying agent.
Amplitude/power adjustment range
Volume of reactor
Ultrasonic device + Digital Generator
Stainless steel reactor, Remote communication interface, flow meter