Everywave’s preliminary action is to analyse the possible applications of modern ultrasound systems in all industries and assess their customers’ requests.
Everywave Srl was founded in 2017 as an innovative start-up of the company Unitech Srl which had already been successfully operating in the power ultrasound system sector for industrial applications for several decades.
The strategic choice that exists behind the establishment of Everywave is based on the growing and widespread interest in the use of power ultrasounds for new application in industries in which the cavitation phenomenon can be used, amongst which:
- Agri-food (emulsions, low-temperature extractions, mixing, pasteurizations, sanitizing; fishing);
- Environmental (dehydration, disintegration, antibacterial treatments);
- Energy saving and renewable energy sources (biomass treatment);
- Water treatment (sanitation);
- Production of biofuels;
- Optimization of various industrial processes (cleaning, surface treatments, extrusions, welding, leather and skin processing, triggering and accelerating chemical reactions).
Everywave’s main activities are:
Research and consulting,
Designing technologically advanced products,
based on acquired know-how and designing and analysis using advanced Multiphysics simulation software (FEM).
In Everywave innovation starts from an FEM Multiphysics simulation to gain the utmost benefits possible from research and to reduce time to market. Everywave is always supported by Unitech, which provides us areas, offices, laboratories and equipment when Everywave does not have them at hand.
Amongst the types of study, simulation and analyses which Everywave is able to perform we would like to mention structural analysis (stress, deformation, vibration and resonance), piezoelectric conversion analysis (efficiency and analysis of vibration modes), acoustics field analysis (pressure field, speed, and power), electrical analysis (impedance, power, and efficiency of converters), fluid dynamics and thermal analysis (cooling systems and study of heat flows), analysis of chemical reactions (reactor analysis, dynamics of reaction, study of conveyance and concentrations of reagents and products, diffusion, and fluid dynamics).
The most interesting specialized measurements include cavitation pressure analysis, electrical impedance analysis, power measurements and electromechanical conversion efficiency.