The industrial application of ultrasound technologies

Ultrasonic systems are applied in numerous industries – their cost-efficiency, effectiveness and eco-friendliness are the vital aspects giving the technology a massive popularity boost. Mentioned below are the most common spheres of ultrasonic use according to Hilsonic, one of the leading ultrasonic cleaner manufacturers in the UK and the company deeply involved in ultrasound technologies development.


The impact of sonication on melt significantly increases the intensity of the formation of bubbles of dissolved gas, and as a result, its content can be reduced by two times or even more, even if sonication is not prolonged. The occurrence of gas bubbles in the melt is followed by flotation of scattered hard nonmetallic inclusions, which increases the density of the casting and melt flowability, enabling to penetrate into the smallest recesses of the mold. Further degassing, there is a significant decrease in the grain, which results in further improvement of physico-mechanical properties of the casting. Melt treatment is usually performed immediately before casting and may be carried out both in a stationary volume of the furnace or mixing bucket using a submersible radiator with a working tool of refractory materials, and by ‘scoring’ the metal in the channel by means of a special tray or using a multi-layer filter screen of glass that provide, besides ultrasonic degassing, filtering the melt. The technology is applicable to a low-density low-melting metals and their alloys.

Intensification of galvanic and chemical processes


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Back to basics: user experience core items checklist

According to, a seasoned digital marketing Manchester company, website efficiency in terms of conversion or returning purchases numbers may grow exponentially even with protozoan fixes, changes or adjustments. B2B digital marketing agency experts are sharing insights on how to keep your core pages clean and tidy.

Contact Us

This could seem like an obvious thing, but many people still forget to include a separate, comprehensive contacts section or page. Whether you are running a bulky online catalog or a landing page gathering all the sections under one roof, make sure contacts reachable from any part of the website. To ensure that your contacts page looks well, make sure you’ve included all the available contact options (email, phone, messengers, etc.); however, this is where quality matters – make sure you’ve added the options you check within reasonable time frames. You may want to put an emphasis on contact us form through design (by using a different color, prominent element, etc.); creating a floating menu (if you stick to traditional structure) can also be a reasonable way to go.

Check your internal search

This simple feature is particularly useful for large multi-sites. A quick and handy search panel, accessible easily in just one click and providing you with relevant is a proven way to increase conversion, especially in those cases where a person is going through the jungles of products, services or any other information. Ok, an out-of-the-box search panel could be a way to go, but you should at least give it a try, because the search results pay may look differently and stand out from the entire design concept. Alternatively, you may want to take advantage of google custom search functionality (a nice idea for local directories).


HTP Digital experts say that email marketing boasts the highest conversion against the background of other methods.

If you are constantly deliver content and practice email marketing techniques, implementing glitch-free subscription functionality is always a wise decision. To make the most of your subscription efficiency, try various positions for subscribe area, play with subscribe button colors and connect Google Analytics metrics instruments to make the analysis as detailed as possible. You may want to give MailChimp a try, at least its free version as it simplifies the process of email marketing due to a dozen of savvy instruments.


Ideally, any place of your website should be available in no more than 3 clicks, regardless of whether it is a product page or some FAQ or description page. Therefore, you should make sure all the crucial sections are displayed in your menu. Placing categories (if they are many) in the sidebar could be a reasonable decision. Don’t hesitate to add hints if the navigation or interface of this or that section is complicated for comprehension (from tooltips to large descriptions, until it doesn’t hurt design structure or visual concept, the idea is at least reasonable for consideration). Finally, keep track of your sitemap to be sure it’s up to date, so the google robot understands what’s what at your website.

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