The congress, which took place in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, on December 15-20, 2015, was a very educational and enjoyable experience. A wide variety of topics related to chemistry and chemical engineering were covered by presenters from industrial, academic and government institutions worldwide, with close to 15,000 scientists and engineers attending. ISM's presentation was a part of the Technical Symposium on Applications of Ultrasound to Nanoscience in the Materials & Nanoscience topic group.
In the presentation, Alexey concentrated on:
- High-amplitude ultrasonic processing as a potentially superior alternative to high-pressure homogenization and bead milling;
- How scale-up limitations of conventional ultrasonic processors are overcome with ISM's Barbell Horn® Ultrasonic Technology (BHUT);
- Illustrating how laboratory-to-industrial productivity scale-up factors can be determined for variety of processes (such as nano-emulsification, degassing, wet milling, cell disruption, etc.);
- Showing successful implementation of BHUT for application such as the production of nanoemulsions, wet milling (nano-crystallization), cell disruption (cell lysis) and liquid degassing.
If you are interested in this presentation, please download it below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
ISM is a global research & development, equipment design and process consulting firm, specializing in high-power ultrasonic technology for liquid treatment. Our mission is to help businesses optimize their ultrasound-assisted processes and implement them in commercial-scale production.