Ultrasound emulsification is a process in which two (or more) non-aqueous systems are mixed evenly to form dispersions under the action of ultrasonic energy, and one of the liquids is evenly distributed in another liquid to form emulsions.
This product can be customized according to the actual use and requirements of customers, and can be customized range:
High Power Generator (Power Supply): Analog or Digital
Optional power: 1000-3500W
End face diameter of launcher: 40mm
Launch head length: 121.5mm, 254.5mm or customized according to customer's actual requirements
Fixed installation flange diameter: conventional 115mm, 135mm, 145mm or customized according to customer requirements
Shell: Aluminum alloy shell with air cooling device
Power regulation mode: continuous or graded, regulation range 1%-100%.
Time-controlled regulation range: 0.01S-99.99S
Emitter customization: customize according to various liquid, colloidal, corrosive conditions and reactor size, configuration requirements, etc.
Emitter material: titanium alloy
Basic Configuration: Vibrator (Transducer, Amplifier, Transmitter), Shell, Power Supply
Scope of application: crushing, emulsifying, mixing, dispersing, homogenizing, catalyzing, extracting, extracting, defoaming, descaling, cleaning, sewage treatment and accelerated reaction of animal and plant cells and virus cells.
Principle of application
The physical mechanism of crushing insoluble solids (or liquids) is the cavitation of ultrasound. Ultrasound cavitation effect means that under the action of strong ultrasound, a large number of bubbles will be generated in the liquid, and small bubbles will grow and increase gradually with the ultrasonic vibration, then suddenly burst and split, and the split bubbles will continue to grow and burst. The rapid collapse of these small bubbles produces high temperature and high pressure in the bubbles, and strong local shock waves are produced in the liquid near the bubbles because the liquid around the bubbles rushes into the bubbles at high speed, and local high temperature and high pressure are also formed, which results in the smashing and emulsification of ultrasound.
Phacoemulsification has the following outstanding characteristics
1. The average droplet size of emulsion formed by ultrasonic emulsification is small, which can be 0.2 ~ 2um. The droplet size distribution range is narrow, and it can be 0.1 ~ 10um or narrower.
2. The concentration of ultrasonic emulsion is high, the concentration of pure emulsion can exceed 30%, and the emulsifier can be up to 70%.
3, the emulsion formed is more stable. An important characteristic of phacoemulsification is that it can produce very stable emulsion without or without emulsifier.
4, the type of emulsion can be controlled. Under the condition of some acoustic fields, O/W (oil in water) and W/O (oil in water) emulsion can be prepared by ultrasonic emulsification. However, it is impossible to use mechanical emulsification. Only the nature of emulsifier can control the type of emulsion.
5. Toluene is emulsified in water. Under low acoustic intensity, a type of emulsion can be formed, while another type of emulsion is formed under high acoustic intensity.
6. The power required for the production of emulsified slag by ultrasonic emulsification is small.
1. Biological industry: such as essential oil extraction, natural pigment extraction, polysaccharide extraction, flavonoid extraction, alkaloid extraction, polyphenol extraction, organic acid extraction, oil extraction.
2. Laboratory applications: cell comminution, product comminution, material dispersion (suspension preparation) and coagulation.
3, chemical industry: ultrasonic emulsification and homogenization, ultrasonic gel liquefaction, resin defoaming.
4. The production of ultrasonic biodiesel has obviously accelerated and strengthened all kinds of chemical reactions in various chemical production.
5. Water treatment industry: degradation of polluted water quality
6. Food and cosmetics industry: pure liquor, fine cosmetics particles, nanoparticles preparation
7. Graphene industry: dispersion of graphene and preparation of graphene nanoparticles