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Hielscher’s ultrasonic devices — including the UIP2000hd and UIP16000 — are suitable for dispersing, removing agglomerates, wet milling, micro-grinding, the manufacture of superfine-size slurries and the processing of micron and nano-sized materials such as ceramics, alumina trihydrate, barium sulphate, calcium carbonate and metal oxides.

The company says that the simple design of the ultrasonic flow cell enables the units to be cleaned quickly and that less power is normally needed for ultrasonic equipment than conventional milling equipment.

Ultrasonic sound waves result in alternating cycles of high and low pressure in a liquid. During low-pressure small vacuum bubbles are formed — a phenomenon known as cavitation.

During high-pressure cycles the bubbles implode and cause micro-jets of up to 1,000km/hr, which subject large particles to surface erosion and break them up.

Key benefits of product

  • Sonotrode manufactured from titanium
  • Flow cell is stainless steel
  • Only the above two parts come into contact with the material
  • Processors and flow cells are available for laboratory and production applications
  • Industrial systems can be retrofitted

Hielscher Ultrasonics is worldwide known as top supplier for innovative ultrasonic devices from lab homogenizers to industrial processing reactors. Typical applications include, mixing and homogenizing, grinding, dispersing & emulsifying, extraction, lysis & disintegration as well as sonochemistry.

Covering this wide range of applications, Hielscher’s ultrasonic devices are successfully used in almost every liquid processing industry: Dispersing and wet-milling of particles in the ink, paint and coating sector; processing of nanomaterials, i.e. to precipitate or functionalize nano-size particles; ultrasonic mixing for the biodiesel production; sonochemistry and sonocatalysis to improve chemical reactions; lysis, fermentation and digestion for biological applications; homogenizing, extracting and pasteurization for food processing; or ultrasonic cleaning for endless materials, such as wire, cable, rods, tapes or tubes. Ultrasonic devices made by Hielscher are used for lab samples, pilot scale processing, process optimization and full scale production.

This includes ultrasonic devices for the ultrasonication of any liquid volume, from several microliters through hundreds of cubicmeters per hour. For more information, please visit Hielscher’s website: www.hielscher.com  

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