The Miris Ultrasonic Processor prepare milk samples for macronutrient analysis using Miris Human Milk Analyzer. Through the application of high-frequency ultrasonic waves, the milk sample is homogenised in a simple and convenient manner.
Miris Ultrasonic Processor™ homogenises the milk using the cavitation phenomenon. Cavitation is the formation and collapse of air bubbles caused by pressure fluctuations. The collapse of air bubbles releases shock waves, causing damage to the surrounding particles. The energy output from the Miris Ultrasonic Processor is approximately 20 J/s per ml of milk.
In milk, cavitation causes disruption of milk fat globules into smaller ones, and proteins are adsorbed onto the fat droplets, which improves the stability of the fat globules. Ultrasound is more efficient when combined with heating.
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