Ultrasound offers an effective opportunity to generate cavitation artificially and make it utilizable

 

Oscillations in the kilohertz range are emitted into the liquid medium through a special sonotrode (oscillator). They generate high pressure fluctuations in the cavitation reactor, which force the cavitation vacuum bubbles into the medium. If the bubbles implode between the pressure changes, the sheer force desired develops in the liquid being processed. The oscillation amplitude of the sonotrode and the size of the working surface are decisive for the size and intensity of the cavitation zone. CAVIT is capable of operating on especially large surfaces at high amplitudes. Hence, cavitation zones develop which make it feasible to realize the uninterrupted treatment of industrial volume flow rates.

 


                   Oscillation amplitudes in the BSONIC performance class