Main Applications of Ultrasonic Processor: Ultrasonic Lysis: Cell Disruption & Extraction - The disintegration of cell structures (lysis) by means of ultrasound is used for the extraction of intra-cellular compounds or for the microbial inactivation. Ultrasonic waves generating cavitation disrupt cell walls and facilitate the release of matrix components. Sonication uses sound waves to agitate particles in a solution. It converts an electrical signal into a physical vibration to break substances apart.
Mass Transfer - diffusion of solvents into the tissue & mass transfer from the cell into the solvent.Protein and Enzyme Extraction - the extraction of organic compounds contained within the body of plants and seeds by a solvent is significantly improved by high-intensity ultrasound.Lipids and Proteins extraction - Applicable to Citrus oil from fruits, oil extraction from ground mustard, peanut, rape, herb oil (echinacea), canola, soy, corn.The liberation of Phenolic Compounds and AnthocyaninsMicrobial and enzyme inactivation (preservation) - Heat generated locally by the cavitation and the created radicals can lead to an inactivation of enzymes by sonication. Applicable to: preservation of jam, marmalade, or toppings, e.g. for icecream, fruit juices and sauces, meat products, dairy.
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