Ultrasonic homogenization equipment is a multi-functional and multi-purpose instrument that uses strong ultrasound to produce cavitation effects in liquids and ultrasonically treat substances. It can be used to break animal and plant tissues, cells, bacteria, and spores. It can be used to emulsify, separate, disperse, homogenize, extract, degas, clean and accelerate chemical reactions, etc.
This machine is mainly used for laboratory tests or small-scale production. It has high frequency, small size, light weight, easy to carry, and has the characteristics of real-time power frequency monitoring and power adjustable. It can be widely used in teaching, scientific research, and production in the fields of biochemistry, microbiology, medicinal chemistry, surface chemistry, physics, zoology, agronomy, medicine, and pharmacy.
What are the performance characteristics of ultrasonic homogenization equipment?
1. Stable operation, low noise, convenient cleaning, flexible maneuverability, continuous use, superfine dispersion and emulsification of materials. It can be widely used in the emulsification, homogenization and dispersion of industrial production.
2. The material can be refined and mixed under the triple action of squeezing and grinding, strong impact and loss of pressure expansion. This equipment is an important equipment for food, dairy, beverage and other industries.
3. Homogenizing all kinds of dairy beverages such as milk, soy milk, etc. under high pressure can significantly refine the fat globules in the milk liquid, making the products easy to digest and absorb after eating, and improve the value of use.
4. Used in the production of ice cream and other products, it can improve the fineness and looseness of the material liquid, and its internal texture is obviously improved.
The ultrasonic homogenizer vibrates in the liquid at a speed of 20,000 times per second (20kHz). It is a small ultrasonic homogenizer that is easy to hold and operate. It is mainly used for containers such as test tubes, microtubes and centrifuge tubes. Cavitation will occur in the liquid when the ultrasonic wave vibrates. At the moment when the bubble collapses, it will cause shock waves to the surrounding particles and crush the tissue structure. Compared with mechanical stirring, it has the advantages of less pollution, less loss of parts, and low maintenance cost.
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