LIQUID PROCESSING

Ultrasonic Atomization Spraying

Ultrasonic atomization spraying uses the piezoelectric effect to convert electrical energy into high-frequency mechanical energy to atomize the liquid. Ultrasonic high-frequency oscillation is used to atomize the liquid into uniform micron-sized particles. Compared with traditional pressure nozzles, ultrasonic spraying can obtain a more uniform, thinner and more controllable film coating, and it is not easy to block the nozzles. Since the ultrasonic nozzle only needs a small air volume of kilopascal level, its spraying process almost does not produce a splash, so the coating utilisation rate of more than 90%.

Ultrasonic spraying is a successful technology, e.g. for high quality and a high-performance coating on substrates. By precise control of the various process parameters of ultrasonic spraying, overspray can be avoided, and accurate droplet distribution is achieved. The advantages of ultrasonic spraying are the precise control of droplet size, spray intensity and liquid flow rate. If you need more information, please click here. https://ultrasonictool.com/ultrasound-equipment/sonochemistry/ultrasonic-atomi…raying-equipment.html

Ultrasonic Emulsification

Ultrasonic emulsification is a process in which two or more incompatible liquids are mixed under the action of ultrasonic energy, with one liquid being uniformly dispersed in the other to form an emulsion-like liquid.

A wide variety of intermediates and consumer products, such as cosmetics and skincare products, pharmaceutical creams, paints, lubricants and fuels, are complete or partial emulsions. Emulsions exist in all aspects of life. Understanding how to control and optimise performance is critical to producing high-quality products, defined as suitable for the final application. If you need more information, please click here. https://ultrasonictool.com/ultrasound-equipment/sonochemistry/ultrasonic-emuls…cation-equipment.html ‎