When it comes to emulsifying fluids, high-pressure homogenizers are superior to your average off-the-shelf rotor-stator mixers. The Sonic Sonolator is a very efficient piece of mixing equipment that uses fluid acceleration and ultrasonic cavitation to emulsify liquids into stable products, with a beautiful appearance and a healthy shelf life. The droplets of a discontinuous phase are stretched and broken into smaller droplets, thanks to the extreme acceleration of the fluid through the Sonolator orifice. This orifice generates back pressure in the area of 100-5,000 psi. Ultrasonic cavitation plays its part by setting up oscillations within the fluid that further disrupt and break apart droplets.
All this is achieved with no moving parts and direct scalability.