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Complimentary Lab Test

Complimentary Lab Test

At Sonic, after initial discussions, lab tests are the starting point for all custom designed mixing and blending systems. Lab tests are complimentary, we only ask that the customer pay for shipping to/from Sonic located in Stratford, Connecticut. There are a number of reasons why supporting free lab […]

Planning Installation and Start-up of the Sonolator Homogenizer

Planning Installation and Start-up of the Sonolator Homogenizer

Sonic has been operating continuously since the start of COVID. Most of our customers and therefore Sonic have essential operations. Providing mixing equipment to the chemical, personal care, food and pharmaceutical industries means we support manufacturing and we are a manufacturer. Sonic equipment is used to produce many […]

By |February 9th, 2021|Homogenizer|

Top 10 Reasons The Sonolator Homogenizer Can Save you Money

Not all high pressure homogenizers are the same. Many will emulsify, disperse and de-agglomerate with somewhat similar product results. However, the way the homogenizer accomplishes these positive results may differ significantly. Here are ten ways the Sonolator homogenizer provides more efficient results versus some of the other systems.

  1. The Sonolator Homogenizer uses a […]

In Line Blending and Homogenization Case Study

The Problem: Inefficient, Multi-step Process

One of our clients recently came to Sonic with a blending and homogenizing application. The client was taking inputs from totes and bulk storage and weighing them into 55-gallon drums. Once the correct ratio was achieved the material was mixed using a propeller mixer inside the 55-gallon drum. After mixing was completed the […]

The Problem with Purchasing Used Custom-Built Equipment

Occasionally, we receive an inquiry regarding used equipment.  The client might want to know the specifications for a system built 10-30 years ago. Sometimes, we have the records and can provide detailed specifications. Often, the unit is too old for our records and we can provide an educated guess as to the original design. Additionally, […]

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