|Horn Material:||Titanium||Horn Size:||Customized|
Explosion Proof Ultrasonic Homogenizer,
20Khz Ultrasonic Homogenizer,
Depolymerization Ultrasonic Homogenizer
20Khz 2000w Explosion Proof Ultrasonic Homogenizer For Ultrasonic Dispersion And Depolymerization
20Khz 2000w Ultrasonic Homogenizer For Ultrasonic dispersion and depolymerization
|Frequency||20±0.5 KHz||20±0.5 KHz||15±0.5 KHz||20±0.5 KHz|
|Power||1000 W||2000 W||3000 W||3000 W|
|Temperature||300 ℃||300 ℃||300 ℃||300 ℃|
|Pressure||35 MPa||35 MPa||35 MPa||35 MPa|
|Intensity of sound||20 W/cm²||40 W/cm²||60 W/cm²||60 W/cm²|
|Max Capacity||10 L/Min||15 L/Min||20 L/Min||20 L/Min|
|Tip Head Material||Titanium Alloy||Titanium Alloy||Titanium Alloy||Titanium Alloy|
The ultrasonic vibrating rod is mainly composed of an ultrasonic transducer, an ultrasonic horn, an ultrasonic tool head and an ultrasonic drive power supply. Compared with the traditional ultrasonic vibration plate, it has the characteristics of wider application range and longer service life. In industrial applications, the use of ultrasonic vibrating rods for dispersion, extraction, cleaning, chemical reactions, water treatment, etc., is a very mature and widely used technology.
1. Suitable for various high-power industrial-grade liquid treatments, such as homogenization, emulsification, dispersion, depolymerization and wet grinding (particle size reduction), cell disruption and disintegration, extraction, degassing, and sonochemical processes;
2. Heavy load 24 hours continuous work, industrial design, external PLC remote control, automatic frequency search and matching;
Traditional Chinese medicine extraction: refers to the ultrasonic pulverization (breaking) of Chinese medicine cells to achieve high-efficiency extraction of useful substances. Compared with conventional extraction technology, ultrasonic assisted extraction is fast, inexpensive, efficient, safe, low in cost, and widely applicable.
Biodiesel production: The use of ultrasonic emulsification to produce a biomass oil-diesel mixed emulsion is actually to disperse the biological oil droplets into another immiscible diesel liquid. Compared with other technologies, the prepared droplets can be dispersed finely and narrowly distributed, high efficiency, good dispersion effect, and can increase the stability of the emulsion.
Ultrasonic sea life prevention: It is based on the cavitation effect of ultrasound. When the tiny bubble core in the liquid is activated under the action of ultrasound, it is manifested as a series of dynamic processes such as the oscillation, growth, contraction and collapse of the bubble. The bubbles in the liquid generate hundreds of atmospheres and a high temperature of thousands of degrees Celsius at the moment of bursting, which can quickly peel off the attachment of sea creatures and smash the epidermal cells of sea creatures, so as to achieve the purpose of preventing sea creatures.
Ultrasonic catalysis: The application of ultrasound to the catalytic reaction process can simulate the high-temperature and high-pressure reaction in the reactor on a microscopic scale. It provides a very special physical and chemical environment for catalytic reactions that are difficult or impossible to achieve under normal conditions. The catalytic reaction can be carried out in a relatively mild environment. It can further increase the reaction speed, shorten the reaction time, and increase the yield of the target product. The main applications are catalysis on metal surfaces, phase transfer catalyzed reactions, and enzyme catalyzed reactions.
Sewage treatment: In the process of sewage treatment, the cavitation effect of ultrasonic has a strong ability to degrade organic matter, and the degradation speed is very fast, which provides the possibility to degrade harmful organic matter in the water, so as to realize the purpose of ultrasonic sewage treatment.
Ultrasonic dispersion: refers to the process of dispersing and de-aggregating particles in the liquid through the "cavitation" effect of ultrasonic waves in the liquid using liquid as a medium. Ultrasonic dispersion can be divided into emulsion dispersion (liquid-liquid dispersion) and suspension dispersion (solid-liquid dispersion), and has been applied in many fields. The application of ultrasonic for the dispersion of suspensions is the dispersion of titanium oxide in water or solvents in the coating industry, the dispersion of dyes in molten paraffin wax; the dispersion of drug particles in the pharmaceutical industry, and the powder emulsion in the food industry Dispersion and so on.
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