The physical mechanism of breaking insoluble solids (or liquids) is generally considered to be an ultrasonic cavitation effect. Ultrasonic cavitation effect is under the action of strong ultrasonic waves, the liquid will produce a large number of bubbles, small bubbles will gradually grow and increase with the ultrasonic vibration, and then suddenly burst and split, the bubble after the split and continuous growth and burst. These small bubbles rapidly collapse in the bubble generated when the high temperature and pressure, and because of bubbles around the liquid high-speed bubbles into the bubble near the liquid produced a strong local shock, but also the formation of a local high temperature and pressure, resulting in Ultrasonic grinding, ultrasonic emulsification.
Amplitude/power adjustment range
Volume of reactor
Ultrasonic device + Digital Generator
Stainless steel reactor, Remote communication interface, flow meter