Ultrasonic degassing is an efficient method of removing dissolved gasses and/or entrained gas bubbles from a variety of liquids. Unlike vacuum degassing, which is a batch approach, ultrasonic degassing can be done in a continuous-flow mode.
Ultrasonic degassing (deaeration, in the case of air) is an efficient method of removing dissolved gasses and/or entrained gas bubbles from a variety of liquids, including water, candle waxes, aluminum alloy melts, epoxies, silicone oils, adhesives, coating solutions, beverages, polymers, inks, paints, transformer oils, emulsion and suspension products, motor oils and many more. Unlike vacuum degassing, which is a batch approach, ultrasonic degassing can be done in a continuous-flow mode.
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Ultrasonic Degassing and Deaeration
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