J. Peter Clark

When last we discussed ultrasonics in food processing (Food Technology, March 2007), cutting cheesecake and laboratory cell disruptions were typical applications. Some recent developments point toward a wider range of uses that include accelerating chemical reactions, improving extractions from fruits, and helping to clean equipment and vessels.

Darren Bates is involved with two Australian firms—Innovative Ultrasonics (phone +61 7 54570026, www.innovativeultrasonics.com) and Cavitus (phone +61 8 …

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