Arisdyne’s Controlled Flow Cavitation (CFC™) technology for 

Sonochemical  Applications for Anaerobic Digestion

  • Methane gas yield improvement 20 – 30%
  • Digested sludge reduction 15 – 25 %

Photo:  CFC™ Unit for Waste Water Treatment Plant

CFC™ Unit for Waste Water Treatment Plant

Cavitation System Characteristics

Energy Efficient – highest power concentration

Small footprint- elegant single-stage design

Robust and durable

Anti-clogging design – clean-in-place (CIP) is not necessary

No erosion – due to location – control of bubble collapse

 

Mounted CFC™ Unit

Typical Skid – Mounted CFC™ Unit

 

Particle Size Reduction

Particle Size Reduction

 

collapse of the bubbles

The principle:

Liquid at higher pressure is pushed through a smaller orifice. That increases the velocity and reduces the static pressure. If the pressure is as low as the boiling point, water evaporates and vapor bubbles are generated.

The collapse of the bubbles, if controlled, can generate enormous shear forces that disrupt agglomerates and lyse cells.

Competitive Advantage

  • Yield enhancement
  • Digested sludge reduction

Cost

  • Durable
  • Energy efficient
  • No capex

IP Protected

  • 30+ patent families CFC™
Installations/Customers Throughout
Various Industries
Abbott Labs Bristol Meyers
Clorox Dow Corning
DuPont Eli Lilly
Hoffman LaRoche Proctor & Gamble
Kraft Foods Merck
Nextar Parke-Davis
Purdue Phasrma Unilever

also others that are protected by Non-Disclosure Agreements