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Iva Gyurgina

Ms. Iva Gyurgina is responsible for creating and delivering ISM’s marketing materials and managing correspondence with ISM clients. Iva holds a B.S. in Finance and Management Information Systems from Seton Hall University as well as an M.B.A. in Marketing and Management from University of Connecticut. She has worked in wealth management, technology, health and wellness and pharmaceuticals industries. Iva has proven experience in building customer relationships and delivering marketing strategies as well as comprehensive knowledge and application of business administration principles, digital content creation and social media engagement practices.

Recent Posts

Assembling Your BSP-1200 Bench-Scale Ultrasonic Processor

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 30, 2016 3:20:51 PM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in Ultrasonic Processing Systems

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The BSP-1200 bench-scale ultrasonic liquid processor is a Barbell Horn Ultrasonic Technology (BHUT)-based system, designed for process optimization and medium-scale production. It can be implemented in two processing modes: flow-through and batch. When a large amount of material needs to be processed, the former is preferable because it results in a much higher processing capacity, improved ultrasonic exposure uniformity, and better temperature control.   

When configured in the flow-through mode, the processor is supplied with four main components: a 1,200 W ultrasonic Generator, a water-cooled piezoelectric Transducer, a Barbell Horn, and a Reactor Chamber (flow cell). Although it is supplied mostly pre-assembled and ready-to-use, knowing how to put it together can be helpful.  In this blog post, we provide step-by-step assembly instructions for the BSP-1200 configured in the flow-through mode. 

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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Industrial Sonomechanics!

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 7, 2016 5:36:31 PM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in General Announcements

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10 years ago Dr. Alexey Peshkovsky quit his job in medical physics and joined his father, Dr. Sergei Peshkovsky, in founding Industrial Sonomechanics, LLC (ISM). This year, with hundreds of clients all around the world, a number of partnerships and long-term R&D contracts, as well as a double-digit billion-dollar market to pursue in several industries, we were happy to celebrate our first double-digit anniversary! 

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Ultrasonics 2016 International Conference Presentation Report

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 1, 2016 2:51:06 PM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in General Announcements

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Last month, Industrial Sonomechanics ( ISM) had a chance to participate in the Ultrasonics 2016 International Conference, where Dr. Alexey Peshkovsky gave a talk entitled "High-Intensity Ultrasonic Liquid Processing on Laboratory, Bench and Industrial Scales."

The congress, which took place in Caprica, Portugal, on June 6th - 8th, 2016, was a very educational and productive experience.  A wide variety of topics related to ultrasonics were covered by presenters from industrial, academic and government institutions worldwide. ISM's presentation was part of the Ultrasound and Engineering topic group.

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ISM will be presenting at Ultrasonics-2016 conference in Portugal

[fa icon="calendar'] May 20, 2016 1:05:26 PM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in General Announcements

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We are happy to announce that ISM will be presenting at the "2nd International Conference on Ultrasonic-Based Applications: From Analysis to Synthesis" (ULTRASONICS-2016) in Caparica, Portugal, where Dr. Alexey Peshkovsky will give a talk, entitled "High-Intensity Ultrasonic Liquid Processing on Laboratory, Bench and Industrial Scales."

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ISM is moving to a new location!

[fa icon="calendar'] May 19, 2016 7:30:00 AM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in General Announcements

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We are growing, so we are moving!

On June 1st, 2016, Industrial Sonomechanics will relocate to a much larger facility at 560 W 144th Street, Suite 6, New York, NY 10031. Our phone number will still be the same - 646-580-4676.

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Disassembling Your ISP-3000 Industrial-Scale Ultrasonic Processor

[fa icon="calendar'] May 1, 2016 10:04:17 AM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in Ultrasonic Processing Systems

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The ISP-3000 ultrasonic processor is supplied mostly pre-assembled and ready-to-use. Knowing how to take it apart can be helpful when you need to replace a part (e.g., Barbell horn), troubleshoot or clean the processor. In this post, we provide step-by-step disassembly instructions for the ISP-3000 configured in the flow-through mode. A link to the video on this topic is included at the end. 

Before you begin, please review the user's manual and familiarize yourself with the processor's components.

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Assembling Your ISP-3000 Industrial-Scale Ultrasonic Processor

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 5, 2016 8:30:00 AM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in Ultrasonic Processing Systems

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The ISP-3000 industrial-scale ultrasonic liquid processor is a Barbell Horn Ultrasonic Technology (BHUT)-based system designed for high-volume production. It can be implemented in two processing modes: flow-through and batch.    

Although this ultrasonic processor is supplied mostly pre-assembled and ready-to-use, knowing how to put it together can be helpful.  In this blog post we provide step-by-step assembly instructions for the ISP-3000 configured in the flow-through mode. 

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Removing Air From Oils, Epoxies, Hydraulic Fluids, Adhesives, Waxes and Other Liquids

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 19, 2016 4:52:56 PM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in Ultrasonic Degassing

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Degassing (deaeration, in the case of air) is the process of removing dissolved gasses and/or small entrained gas bubbles from a liquid. It is one of the most common applications of ISM's ultrasonic technology, which provides the means of removing the gasses from a variety of liquids, including water, candle waxes, polymers, epoxies, silicone oils, adhesives, coatings, beverages, inks, paints, transformer oils, emulsion and suspension products, motor oils and many more. Degassing can significantly contribute to the quality of the final product (fewer defects, improved aesthetics, etc.), making it a very desirable process for many companies.

In this blog post we demonstrate the processes of ultrasonic degassing and deaeration of a high-viscosity (17,500 cps) polymer oil, carried out in the batch mode.

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Step-by-Step Guide to Disassembling Your LSP-500 Ultrasonic Processor

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 1, 2016 11:42:36 AM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in Ultrasonic Processing Systems

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When you need to replace a part in your LSP-500 or ship the processor to another location, you need to disassemble it first. In this post, we provide step-by-step disassembly instructions for the LSP-500 ultrasonic system configured in the flow-through mode. In addition, a link to a video on this topic is included at the end. 

Prior to disassembling the system, we recommend that you read the processor's manual

 

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Step-by-Step Guide to Assembling Your LSP-500 Ultrasonic Processor

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 12, 2016 12:45:00 PM / by Iva Gyurgina posted in Ultrasonic Processing Systems

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We are frquently asked for instructions on how to assemble and disassemble the LSP-500 laboratory-scale ultrasonic processor. In this blog post, we provide step-by-step assembly instructions that will help you get started with your LSP-500 configured in the flow-through mode. In addition, a link to a video on this topic is included at the end. In our next post, we will describe the disassembly steps for this processor.

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