Since 1955, Sonic Corp. has prided itself on continuity and stability. Our average staff tenure ranges between 12 years to 40 years.
Previously in its history, Sonic Corp. was a division of General Signal Corp, in Stamford CT. General Signal manufactured a wide range of process equipment including mixers, controls and electrical equipment, as well as the Sonolator homogenizer.
Mixing Equipment for the Chemical Industry
Sonic Corp was essentially founded on providing high-pressure Sonolator systems to the chemical industry to process paper pulp dispersions, silicone oil emulsions and textile fiber emulsions to companies like Dow Corning, DuPont, P&G, Kimberly Clark and others.
We now develop customized multiple-feed homogenizing and emulsifying systems that meter water, bulk liquids, aqueous phases, and oil phases to create emulsions instantly and continuously. Systems with 2 to 6 streams have been used to process everything from shampoo and conditioner, lotions and creams to silicone and wax emulsions.