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 finished material was then […]
One of the most important considerations for Sonic when custom building a Sonolator high pressure homogenizer system is the chemical compatibility of elastomers within the high pressure pumps and inline homogenizer unit itself. Standard elastomers often include: Buna, Viton, EPDM and Teflon or a Teflon blend. Sonic will help define the best elastomers to use […]
Sonic Corp manufactures Homogenizers for emulsifying liquids and and dispersing solid suspensions. We also specialize in the design and manufacture of In-Line Blending systems for blending miscible fluids on a continuous basis. Most of our equipment solutions are customized to meet the challenges of a particular application. Over the next few months we will be publishing several […]
What exactly is in-line blending and what are In-Line Blending Systems used for? In many instances, it simply means the act of liquid processing in a pipeline as fluid is pumped from point A to point B. To this purpose, there are hundreds of suppliers for what is known as Static Mixers.
I believe, as I believe others do, that manufacturing, in all it’s various forms, can be considered artistic in nature. Krisztina “Z” Holly coins the expression, “The Art of Manufacturing,” in her podcast series of the same name. Z is an engineer and tech entrepeneur who conducts a series of interviews online to show just how artistic manufacturing can […]
The world of Positive Displacement Pumps is very large and growing. As a manufacturer of custom process skids and pumping skids, I often get questions about the various types of pumps out there. We have to be familiar with a large variety of high-pressure pump technologies in order to design a system that will […]
Identifying process systems and equipment sometimes years after installation can be a bit tricky. Often the paperwork has long been filed away and/or misplaced. The system might have material covering labels. Typically the team who installed and worked with the equipment when it was originally installed has long since moved on or retired.
So now you […]