Utrasonic topic: "High-intensity, low-frequency ultrasound"
High-intensity, low-frequency ultrasound, also known as high-power ultrasonics, is used for manifold applications such as mixing and homogenizing, wet-milling and dispersing, emulsification, extraction, disintegration and sonochemical reactions. High-power ultrasound is a processes intensifying method, which excels conventional methods by resulting in a narrower particle size distribution (e.g. by ultrasonic dispersing & homogenizing), giving higher yield (e.g. in ultrasonic extraction and sonochemistry), accelerated process speed and simple operation. Further advantages of ultrasonic processing are the linear scalability from lab to industrial size; being a non-thermal process, which prevents the thermal decomposition of heat-sensitive materials; and the option of retro-fitting existing systems for synergistic effects.
Hielscher Ultrasonic is spezialized in the design, manufacturing and distribution of high-performance ultrasonic systems covering the full range from smaller lab and bench-top ultrasonicators to full-size production systems for high volume processes.
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Ultrasonication is a well-established process intensifying technique, which is used in many kinds of liquid applications such as homogenization, mixing, dispersing, wet-milling, emulsification as well as improving heterogeneous chemical reactions. If your production process is underperforming and does not…https://www.hielscher.com/ramp-up-slow-and-insufficient-manufacturing-processes.htm
Sonoelectrochemistry combines the benefits of electrochemistry with sonochemistry. The biggest advantage in these techniques is their simplicity, low cost, reproducibility and scalability. Hielscher Ultrasonics offers complete sonoelectrochemical setup for batch and inline use. It consists of: an advanced ultrasonic…https://www.hielscher.com/sonoelectrochemistry-setup-2000-watts-ultrasound.htm
Electro-Sonication is the combination of the effects of electricity with the effects of sonication. Hielscher Ultrasonics developed a new and elegant method to use any sonotrode as electrode. This puts the power of ultrasound directly at the interface between…https://www.hielscher.com/electro-sonication-ultrasonic-electrodes.htm
Mustard condiment is produced from mustard flour and water or vinegar. Ultrasonic processing of mustard is a rapid and efficient method to release the full flavour spectrum from the ground mustard seeds. In a non-thermal, mild shear process, ultrasonic…https://www.hielscher.com/improved-mustard-production-with-power-ultrasound.htm
Waste tire rubber is a toxic, non-biodegradable material making its disposal an environmental and economical problem. Ultrasonic devulcanization is a fast and efficient method to recycle waste tire rubber allowing to reuse waste tires. Ultrasonic tire rubber recycling is…https://www.hielscher.com/tire-rubber-recycling-with-high-performance-ultrasound.htm
Ultrasonically assisted dyeing of fibers and fabrics improves the penetration of the dye into the fiber pores and increases colour strength and colour fastness significantly. Ultrasonic dyeing is a rapid process, which can be run under mild conditions and…https://www.hielscher.com/improved-textile-fiber-dyeing-with-ultrasonics.htm
Ultrasonic retting of fibrous materials such as hemp and flax fibers allows for a fast and efficient fiber modification. Ultrasonically processed bast fibers are fibrillated and show a significantly higher specific surface, increased tensile strength and flexibility. Ultrasonic fiber…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-hemp-fibre-processing.htm
Henna extracts are widely used in cosmetic, nutritional and medical products. The ultrasonic extraction method increases the yield of the active compounds such as antioxidants, phenolics, and colorants. Ultrasonic processing is a mild non-thermal technique to intensify the Henna…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-henna-extraction.htm
Ultrasonic waves of high intensity ultrasound generate cavitation in liquids. Cavitation causes extreme effects locally, such as liquid jets of up to 1000km/hr, pressures of up to 2000atm and temperatures of up to 5000 Kelvin. About…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-cavitation-in-liquids-2.htm
Researches from the Technical University Berlin found that ultrasonication is a very effective processing method to improve fruit and vegetable juices as well as smoothies. Being a non-thermal food process technique, ultrasound provides a mild but effective treatment that…https://www.hielscher.com/power-ultrasound-for-the-improvement-of-juices-smoothies.htm
The Suzuki Cross-Coupling (also known as Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling) is an organic reaction with the aim to synthesize biphenyl derivatives, vinyl aromates (e.g. styrenes), poly-olefins, as well as alkyl bromides. The reaction base materials are an aryl- or vinyl-boronic acid…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonication-accelerates-the-suzuki-coupling-reaction.htm