Ultrasonic Dispersion Equipment

Ultrasonic graphene dispersion equipment uses ultrasonic cavitation to disperse agglomerated particles. It is to put the particle suspension (liquid) to be treated into the super sound field and treat it with appropriate ultrasonic amplitude.
Under the additional effects such as cavitation effect, high temperature, high pressure, micro jet and strong vibration,the distance between molecules will continue to increase, resulting in molecular fragmentation and the formation of single molecular structure. The product is especially effective for dispersing nano materials (such as carbon nanotubes,graphene, silica, etc.).

Working Principle

Cavitation is a phenomenon in which rapid changes of pressure in a liquid lead to the formation of small vapor-filled cavities, in places where the pressure is relatively low.When subjected to higher pressure, these cavities, called”bubbles” or “voids”, collapse and can generate an intense shock wave. The physical and chemical changes caused by ultrasonic cavitation can be applied to the preparation of graphene.

Function

An important application of ultrasonic dispersion is to disperse and deaggregate solids in liquids. Ultrasonic dispersion is based on ultrasonic cavitation. It is mainly used to reduce small particles in the liquid to improve the uniformity and stability of the liquid. It is an effective method to reduce soft and hard particles. Ultrasonic dispersion can be easily extended from laboratory-level equipment to industrial production. The process and effect of ultrasonic dispersion in industrial production are the same as laboratory test results.

Dispersion on Different Scales

HCSONIC provides equipment for single or batch processing of ultrasonic dispersion and depolymerization of any volume. Experimental-grade ultrasonic dispersion equipment can be used to process liquids with a volume from 1.5 ml to about 2L. Industrial-grade ultrasonic dispersion equipment is used for production and development, processing liquids with a volume from 0.5L to about 2000L.

Experimental Sonochemical Equipment

  • Specification Model: HC-LP2010GL
  • Power: 1000W
  • Working frequency: 20.0±1kHz
  • Input voltage: 220V/50Hz
  • The highest temperature of the transducer: 85℃
  • Cooling method: air cooling
  • Tool head: high-strength titanium alloy

Industrial Grade Sonochemical Equipment

  • Specification model: HC-LP2030GL
  • Power: 3000W
  • Working frequency: 20.0±1kHz
  • Input voltage: 220V/50Hz
  • The highest temperature of the transducer: 85℃
  • Cooling method: air cooling
  • Tool head: high-strength titanium alloy

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