Innovative ultrasonic
cavitation treatment technology
Ultrasonic (ultrasonic) effects on liquid or liquid-dispersed media are so unique that processing results similar to those obtained during this effect cannot be achieved by high-speed mixing or low-frequency vibration.
In this regard, ultrasonic technologies for processing liquid and liquid-dispersed media are currently being increasingly used in various industries, however, many researchers note in their publications the existence of some problems hindering their spread.
Even well-known ultrasonic technologies are not implemented in practice in due volume due to the low efficiency of existing technological solutions of industrial devices (efficiency less than 40%; weight, overall dimensions, energy consumption do not meet modern requirements)
There are no multifunctional industrial devices that allow solving a large number of tasks
There are difficulties in optimizing the impact on objects, and there is often a need for manual adjustment during this stage of the technological process
Cavitation (from Latin cavitas — emptiness) is the physical process of the formation of bubbles (cavities, or voids) in liquid media, followed by their collapse and the release of a large amount of energy, which is accompanied by noise and hydraulic shocks.
TPK KAVITA LLC has developed a technology for ultrasonic cavitation treatment of objects in a liquid medium at high static pressure, which can be used to solve a number of tasks, including:
intensification of extraction processes
emulsification (including the formation of nanoemulsions) and homogenization
deepening of dissolution processes
intensification of physical and chemical processes
dispersion of objects
pasteurization, etc.