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20Khz Titanium Horn Ultrasonic Sonication Probe For Ultrasonic Liquid Degassing

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Rps-sonic
Certification CE
Model Number RPS-L20
Minimum Order Quantity 1pcs
Price negotiable
Packaging Details CARTON
Delivery Time 1DAYS
Payment Terms T/T
Supply Ability 200PCS/MONTH
Product Details
Frequency 20Khz Power 2000w
Horn Material Titanium Weight 25kg
Generator Digital Type Package Wooden
Capacity 20L In MAX Amplitude 100um In Max
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Ultrasonic Liquid Degassing Sonication Probe

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20Khz titanium horn Ultrasonic sonication probe for Ultrasonic liquid degassing

 

Parameter

 

Model SONO20-1000 SONO20-2000 SONO15-3000 SONO20-3000
Frequency 20±0.5 KHz 20±0.5 KHz 15±0.5 KHz 20±0.5 KHz
Power 1000 W 2000 W 3000 W 3000 W
Voltage 220/110V 220/110V 220/110V 220/110V
Temperature 300 ℃ 300 ℃ 300 ℃ 300 ℃
Pressure 35 MPa 35 MPa 35 MPa 35 MPa
Intensity of sound 20 W/cm² 40 W/cm² 60 W/cm² 60 W/cm²
Max Capacity 10 L/Min 15 L/Min 20 L/Min 20 L/Min

 

Description

 

Ultrasonic degassing is an efficient method of removing dissolved gasses and/or entrained gas bubbles from a variety of liquids. Unlike vacuum degassing, which is a batch approach, ultrasonic degassing can be done in a continuous-flow mode.

 

Ultrasonic degassing (deaeration, in the case of air) is an efficient method of removing dissolved gasses and/or entrained gas bubbles from a variety of liquids, including water, candle waxes, aluminum alloy melts, epoxies, silicone oils, adhesives, coating solutions, beverages, polymers, inks, paints, transformer oils, emulsion and suspension products, motor oils and many more. Unlike vacuum degassing, which is a batch approach, ultrasonic degassing can be done in a continuous-flow mode.

 

Liquids containing dissolved gases can reduce the effectiveness of the ultrasonic pressure wave propagation. When subjecting liquids with dissolved gases to ultrasonic energy, the dissolved gases may come out of solution and form bubbles that dampen the effectiveness of the ultrasonic power. Thus degassing is a necessary procedure prior to starting any ultrasonic process.

Ultrasonic energy can be used to aid in degassing the liquid as follows: when subjecting liquids to ultrasonic power, the sound waves that propagate from the ultrasonic radiating surface into the liquid produce an alternating high-pressure and low-pressure cycles. During the low-pressure cycle, the ultrasonic waves can create small vacuum bubbles or voids in the liquid. The large number of small bubbles generates a high total bubble surface area. The bubbles are also well distributed in the liquid. Dissolved gas migrates into these vacuum (low pressure) bubbles via the large surface area and increases the size of the bubbles. The ultrasonic waves assist in the touching and coalescence of adjacent bubbles leading to an accelerated growth and rise of the bubbles, thereby effectively degassing the liquid. The ultrasonic waves will also help to shake bubbles off vessel surfaces and will force smaller bubbles resting below the liquid surface to rise through and release the entrapped gas to the environment.

 

How does degas mode work? Essentially, it is a pulse mode of ultrasonic cleaning. High intensity ultrasonic pulses are produced. In between pulses, the gases have time to coalesce into bubbles and float to the top of the tank, where the bubbles pop and the gases are released into the air.

 

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