Advanced Sonic Processing Systems
Advanced Sonics, LLC.

We offer rental equipment with the option to purchase


History of the Dual-Frequency Processor (aka) DFR Reactor

In 1992, the Nearfield Acoustical Processor replaced the RUM Reactor.  In 2002, there was another technological breakthrough which led to the development of the Dual-Frequency Reactor.  We also have larger and more efficient transducers capable of tolerating brownout periods.  If needed, we can still provide the RUM and NAP Reactors.  

With Generators, our Adjustable Power Control Generator (APC), is the preferred choice due to superior power control circuits and the ability to operate during brownout conditions too.  However, our Automatic Gain Control  Generator (AGC) is still available upon request.

The Dual-Frequency Processor is a powerful continuous-flow Dual-Frequency Reactor. This parallel diaphragm plate configuration provides intense acoustic activity for demanding sonochemical and/or sonophysical reactions.

The DFR Reactor produces a uniform sound field of intense ultrasonic cavitation which maximizes the reaction kinetics within the linear space allotted.  The sound energy produces drastic process rate changes and quality enhancements down to a molecular level.  Controllable ultrasonic parameters enhance chemical process methodologies and sonochemical reactions.

The two diaphragm plates form a single ultrasonic reaction chamber which concentrates the sound energy from these independent sources.  The reaction chamber is where the process solution flows through in order to be ultrasonically treated.  This configuration produces an absolutely uniform energy profile for complete and thorough treatment of all material passing through.