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Ultrasonic liquid processor equipment can significantly accelerate the strengthening of various chemical reactions. The equipment has a wide range of applications in the pharmaceutical industry and chemical production. Ultrasonic liquid processing equipment for biomass processing is the hotspot of research and development in recent years. The ultrasonic processors can be applied to many fields such as dispersion of nanoparticles, nanotubes, and Graphene, cell lysing and cell disruption, sample prep, ChIP assay, homogenization, extraction, atomization, and more.
The application of ultrasonic dispersion equipment has manifold effects. The most obvious is the dispersing of materials in liquids in order to break particle agglomerates. Another process is the application of ultrasound during particle synthesis or precipitation. Dispersion and deagglomeration by ultrasonication are a result of ultrasonic cavitation. When exposing liquids to ultrasound the sound waves that propagate into the liquid result in alternating high-pressure and low-pressure cycles.
The ultrasonic emulsification equipment can consist of one or more kilowatts of ultrasonic processors, effectively providing the ability to transform laboratory applications into industrial production, and the results are comparable to the best high-pressure homogenizer today, so as to obtain fine dispersible emulsion in continuous flow or batch. Ultrasound emulsification devices can produce acoustic cavitation which means the formation and the collapse of air bubbles in the system. The collapse of air bubbles can facilitate the release of reactive radicals promoting chemical reactions.
Ultrasonic extraction equipment has many benefits which make it the superior extraction method. Due to its high yields, high-quality extracts, rapid process, low investment and operational costs, safe and user-friendly operation, ultrasonic extraction is the preferred method for extraction processes in small and industrial production.
In biological applications, a probe sonicator is often used to disrupt cell membranes and release cellular contents. A probe sonicator is also used to fragment molecules of DNA. Probe sonicator is commonly used in nanotechnology for evenly dispersing nanoparticles in liquids and for breaking down particles to nano size. Probe sonicators offer precision engineering with all the features necessary to create a total system for ultrasonic disruption. They can disintegrate or shear most cells - cell lysing, bacteria, spores, and DNA/Chromatin. Probe sonicator can prepare emulsions down to 1/100 of a micron, homogenize "immiscible" liquids, accelerate enzymatic and chemical reactions, stimulate bacterial activity, disperse solids in liquids, and degas liquids.
Ultrasonic spray coating is a unique, environmentally-friendly, low-velocity spray technology that creates micron thickness, very uniform protective, and functional thin films with no clogging and very little overspray. Ultrasonic spray systems are used for creating both nanocoatings onto three-dimensional devices and two-dimensional linear substrates, as well as spraying nanosuspensions in dispersions. Ultrasonic spray technology can be used to spray uniform nano-thin coatings due to its low flow rate capabilities and high uniformity in droplet sizes.