Degassing of liquids is actually a very exciting application for ultrasonic gadgets. In this process, the ultrasound efficiently removes tiny suspended gas bubbles while decreasing the dissolved gas level below its natural equilibrium.
Degassing is important when it comes to the following purposes:
•Sample preparation prior to particle-size measurement in order to prevent errors in measurements
•Lubricant and oil degassing prior to pumping in order to decrease pump wear because of cavitation
•Liquid foods degassing such as sauce, juice and wine in order to reduce growth of microorganisms while increasing shelf life
•Varnishes and polymers degassing prior to curing and application
Apparently, there are various strategies when degassing media like helium sparging, subsequent filtering, and warming as well as vacuum degassing. It can provide you with effective degassing but more efficient if you will use an excellent solvent along with the process of degassing.