ultrasonic atomizer

ultrasonic atomizer

[¦əl·trə′sän·ik ′ad·ə‚mīz·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
An atomizer in which liquid is fed to, or caused to flow over, a surface which vibrates at an ultrasonic frequency; uniform drops may be produced at low feed rates.
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The Ruyan Vegas uses a microchip, airflow sensor, ultrasonic atomizer and nicotine-infused cartridges to produce a vapor that provides its user with the experience of smoking, without producing dangerous second hand smoke and without endangering the health of associates or bystanders.
For the ease of handling high molecular weight polymers for the given capacity of ultrasonic atomizer, the concentrations of solutions were kept as low as 1 wt%.
The hydraulic atomizer uses only a water supply, while pneumatic and ultrasonic atomizers required both water and compressed air.