Hielscher Ultrasound Technology

Utrasonic topic: "Ultrasonic Application and its Advantages"

Extraction describes the release and isolation of intracellular material from plant cells, tissue, cell cultures and microorganisms. Conventional extraction processes such as solvent extraction, maceration, Soxhlet etc. are often slow and inefficient. Ultrasonic extraction promotes mass transfer and increases the efficiency of extraction significantly. Ultrasonic extraction is known for its rapid processing, higher yields and superior extract quality!

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Compact and powerful ultrasonic lab devices allow for simple testings in small scale to evaluate process feasibility

Ultrasonic Extraction of Cellular Matter

Ultrasonic extraction or sono-extraction is a process intensifying technology, which works by the coupling of high power ultrasonics into a slurry of plant or cell tissue. Hielscher Ultrasonics supplies reliable ultrasonicators for cell disruption and extraction from small lab samples up to high volumes in industrial processing. The appeal of the ultrasonically assisted extraction lies in the non-thermal treatment of the material, its easy application and the scaleability from test to production scale. Hielscher's ultrasonic devices generate high intense…

2kW batch sonication setup for the extraction of herbal extracts

Ultrasonic Extraction and Preservation

The disintegration of cell structures (lysis) by means of ultrasound is used for the extraction of intra-cellular compounds or for the microbial inactivation. Background In microbiology, ultrasound is primarily associated with cell disruption (lysis) or disintegration (Allinger 1975). When sonicating liquids at high intensities, the sound waves that propagate into the liquid media result in alternating high-pressure (compression) and low-pressure (rarefaction) cycles, with rates depending on the frequency. During the low-pressure cycle, high-intensity ultrasonic waves create small…


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