Ultrasound

    In the second half of the 20th century, directions related to the concept of “ultrasound” acquired especially rapid development in science and technology. Its application covers the frequency range from audible sound to the highest achievable high frequencies (2x104 - 1x1013 Hz), and the power range from fractions of a milliwatt to tens of kilowatts.
    Today, whole fields of modern physics, industrial technology, information and measurement technology, medicine, biology, and household appliances are associated with this concept. Based on the various effects of ultrasound on matter and materials, a whole technological direction has formed - ultrasound technology. Interest in ultrasound and ultrasound technology is growing, due to its penetration into the most diverse areas of human activity.
    In the last decade of the 20th century, ultrasonic technologies began to enter the everyday life of millions of people - ultrasonic devices for washing, disinfection and deodorization were created.
    Ultrasound is widely used in cosmetology. Ultrasonic phonophoresis not only improves the penetration of active substances into the skin and contributes to a better fragmentation of adipose tissue, but also makes this process “long-playing” - the anti-cellulite fight continues even after the procedure is completed.

    Ultrasound is used by some dairies to sterilize, for example, milk, instead of the pasteurization process. In this case, all nutrients are completely preserved.

    Ultrasound is used in the processing of bee products. Thanks to the latest ultrasonic homogenization technologies, a whole series of high-quality apiphytoproducts with unique properties has been created.

    The processes of ultrasonic homogenization are used in the manufacture of baby and diet food products.

    Ultrasound is used in pharmacy, medicine, industry and in washing .

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