Choose RTUL’s Ultrasonic Homogenizer for the Fastest and Most Reliable Result

Homogenization is a process used to make a mixture of two liquids that are mutually non soluble the same throughout. It is achieved by turning one of the liquids into a state that consists of very small particles distributed in a uniform way throughout the other liquid.

In order to achieve this, a mechanical device referred to as a Homogenizer is used. This device can be used to homogenize many different kinds of materials, including tissue, soil, food and many others.

Many different models of Homogenizers have been developed and are based on bead mills, blender type instruments, ultrasonic treatment, high pressure and rotor stator mechanical forces among other physical forces. Older technologies, mainly focused on disrupting the material. However, newer technologies also address environmental or quality aspects such as noise, risk of infection, aerosols and cross contamination.

Ultrasonic homogenization is efficient in reducing hard and soft particles. It is based on the cavitation. If a liquid is exposed to intense ultrasonication, the sound waves propagating through it cause alternating low pressure and high pressure cycles. During the low pressure cycle, tiny bubbles that have a high intensity form in the liquid. Once the bubbles reach a particular size, they collapse in a violent way during the high pressure cycle. High speed liquid jets and high pressures are generated locally during these implosions. The turbulences and currents that result disrupt particle agglomerates leading to collisions between individual particles.

One benefit of using an ultrasonic homogenizer is the low number of moving and wetted parts. This helps reduce cleaning time and frictional wear and tear. The two wetted parts in ultrasonic HHomogenizers are the flow cells and the sonotrade.

Another benefit is that you can have exact control over the operational parameters that influence the cavitation. Many ultrasonic processors can be utilized at oscillation amplitudes of about 1 to 200 microns. The liquid pressure may range from 0 to about 500 psi. Since pressure and amplitude are influential parameters, their wide operational range allows for both gentle and destructive processing.

If you are looking for an ultrasonic Homogenizer for liquid processing in India, Roop Telesonic Ultrasonix Ltd can meet your needs. This company specializes in designing and manufacturing ultrasonic Homogenizers for liquid processing. Ultrasonic power is an energy efficient and effective means of applying high sheer and intense stress to slurries, powder/liquid mixture and liquids.

Ultrasonic power is therefore a strong alternative to agitated bead mills, high pressure Homogenizers and high shear mixers. At Roop Telesonic Ultrasonix Ltd, we produce ultrasonic devices that are used as laboratory mixers, particle mills, high shear mixing equipment and full size in line Homogenizers. Our ultrasonic devices are used as high performance processors for pilot plan and laboratory applications. This includes preparing dispersions and emulsions, disrupting cells, homogenizing liquids, accelerating various chemical reactions, extracting substances from organic sources and degassing as well as atomizing liquids.

Our ultrasonic Homogenizer is suitable for development activities in sono chemistry research. The high power ultrasonic sono processors we produce can provide extraordinary processing rates. Roop Telesonic Ultrasonix Ltd is a recognized as a leader when it comes to ultrasonic technology. Our ultrasonic Homogenizers can provide you with the best results.