Ultrasonic technology market provides and processes using oscillating sound of extremely high-frequency Ultrasonic waves are mechanical vibrations that are used to decide the structural integrity of materials. High frequency (usually 1 MHz or higher) ultrasonic waves propagate through a material used in measuring material properties and property changes. It is mainly used to determine thickness measurements, study metallurgy. Ultrasonic technology is helping evolve the manufacturing industry with its superior performance. The reason why this technology is used in manufacturing that creates minimal heat in the process. All the functions performed with this ultrasonic method produce best results and are cost effective.
Ultrasonic Technology: Market Drivers and Regional Outlook
Ultrasonic Technology is being increasingly adopted due to its efficiency. It can machine all types of hard materials, it can aid in creating brittle as well as hard for industrial applications. Ultrasonic Technology can perform lot of functions with the machine which can benefit the industrialists in a variety of ways. Introducing ultrasonic technology for the biopolishing treatment of cotton fabric tremendously improves the efficiency of enzymes without affecting the strength of the fabric. This advanced technology creates solutions which help in opening up market opportunities and has made things easier. However, use of ultrasonic technology requires higher degree of skills and integrity, unnecessarily large grains can cause defects .Periodic servicing of ultrasonic technology is required for the smooth functioning. The initial costs are very high. Internal defects can be rectified as soon as they are detected and the procedure is applied. No radiation hazard is involved and therefore no interruption.
Ultrasonic technology is segmented as per usage: Ultrasonic Homogenizing, Ultrasonic Dispersion; Ultrasonic Technology is segmented as per industry: Food & Beverage, Pharmaceutical & Medical Devices, Paint & Pigments, Personal Care
Ultrasonic homogenizing is used to remove small particles to improve stability and uniformity in soft and hard particles which can be used efficiently for soft as well as soft particles. In ultrasonic dispersion where the ultrasonic cavitation creates high forces that break particles and assists in the formulation of various products. Ultrasonic Technology can be segmented on the basis of industry where in the food and beverage, drug and device industries where it is used for sealing and in medical diagnosis. In the paint industry where it is used in the formulation of emulsifiers, it helps in the fine milling and dispersion process of pigments and reduces the size of nanomaterials.In the oil and gas and renewable fuel industry used to desulfurize oil and to produce ethanol. In the food and Beverage industry ultrasonic technology helps in quality control where it is used to test soda bottles and cans as well as degass liquids. Alternatively, it is a substitute to a variety of heat treatments for food such as honey and milk. In the Personal Care industry, ultrasonic technology is used to disperse and dissolve powders and solids into liquid form. Ultrasonic technology is used in many devices to aid research and development. Geographically the ultrasonic technology market is segmented into Europe, Latin America North America, Asia Pacific (APAC) and Middle East and Africa (MEA).
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Asia –Pacific is likely to grow the fastest due to the increasing awareness related to its benefits of ultrasonic technology. The increasing consumption in emerging economies such as Asia and Latin America with regards to products of daily consumption, industries such as food and beverage, cosmetics, FMCG, etc. are showing an upward swing which can boost the demand for ultrasonic technology due to the need for effective processing. Further, growth in retail sector and demand for cosmetics can potentially lead to an upsurge in the demand for ultrasonic technology due to the need to efficiently seal products and can be efficient without compromising on the time required. This can be achieved efficiently, and in a manner that is extremely gentle on materials using minimal amounts of energy.