Ultrasonic Sonochemical Reaction Equipmemt use as Metal Powder

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Ultrasonic Sonochemical Reaction Equipmemt use as Metal Powder


The ultrasonic sonochemical reaction and synthesis equipment is based on the principle of cavitation, that is, the formation, growth, and implosive collapse of bubbles in a liquid. Cavitational collapse produces intense local heating , high pressures, and enormous heating and cooling rates and liquid jet streams. 









20±1 kHz

20±1 kHz

20±1 kHz

20±1 kHz

20±1 kHz


500 W

1000 W

1500 W

2000 W

3000 W


220±10% V

220±10% V

220±10% V

220±10% V

220±10% V


150 ℃

150 ℃

300 ℃

300 ℃

300 ℃




35 MPa

35 MPa

35 MPa

Intensity of sound

10 W/cm²

10 W/cm²

30 W/cm²

40 W/cm²

60 W/cm²

Max Capacity

> 100M L/Min

> 5 L/Min

> 15 L/Min

> 20 L/Min

> 30 L/Min

Material Of Tip Head

Titanium Alloy

Titanium Alloy

Titanium Alloy

Titanium Alloy

Titanium Alloy


1. Increase in reaction speed 

2. Increase in reaction output 

3. More efficient energy usage 

4. Sonochemical methods for switching of reaction pathway 

5. Performance improvement of phase transfer catalysts 

6. Avoidance of phase transfer catalysts 

7. Use of crude or technical reagents 

8. Activation of metals and solids 

9. Increase in the reactivity of reagents or catalysts 

10. Improvement of particle synthesis coating of nanoparticles



1. Preparation of activated metals by reduction of metal salts

2. Generation of activated metals by sonication

3. Sonochemical synthesis of particles by precipitation of metal (Fe, Cr, Mn, Co) oxides, e.g. for use as catalysts

4. Impregnation of metals or metal halides on supports

5. Preparation of activated metal solutions

6. Reactions involving metals via in situ generated organoelement species

7. Reactions involving non-metallic solids

8. Crystallization and precipitation of metals, alloys, zeolithes and other solids

9. Modification of surface morphology and particle size by high velocity interparticle collisions

  1). Formation of amorphous nanostructured materials, including high surface area transition metals, alloys, carbides, oxides and colloids

   2). Agglomeration of crystals

   3). Smoothing and removal of passivating oxide coating

   4). Micromanipulation (fractionation) of small particles

10. Dispersion of solids

11. Preparation of colloids (Ag, Au, Q-sized CdS)

12. Intercalation of guest molecules into host inorganic layered solids 13. Sonochemistry of polymers

     1). Degradation and modification of polymers

     2). Synthesis of polymers

14. Sonolysis of organic pollutants in water


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