With ultrasonic nozzles, the spray solution can be homogenized, droplet size can be effectively controlled (nozzle frequency affects droplet size), and the amount of micro-mist can be distributed, thus ensuring uniformity of composition and structure as well as the accuracy of the resulting film and pattern.
The ultrasonic spraying system is capable of combining multiple probing nozzles at the same time to perform the spraying operation of blood collection tubes. This increases spraying efficiency and saves spraying time. Since ultrasonic nozzles are generally applied at low velocities, the possibility of overspray or material splashing during spraying is avoided, resulting in cost savings in spraying material.
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Ultrasonic technology is a fast, multi-purpose, emerging, and promising green non-destructive technology applied in the food industry in recent years. Ultrasound is used in various fields of food technology, such as crystallization, freezing, bleaching, degassing, extraction, drying, filtration, emulsification, sterilization, cutting, etc.