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The ultrasonic diffuser

The ultrasonic diffuser, also called ultrasonic or noisy is a somewhat technical but very effective device. It is based on the aerial suspension of a mass of water and essential oils when they resonate with a very high frequency wave train (from 16 to 20 Mhz). This mode of diffusion is made cold so that you do not distort your essential oils and above all keep all their energy value. In addition, ultra-sound diffusion allows to slightly humidify the ambient air, making it less dry and therefore more breathable. Less powerful than a nebulized diffuser, the heater is, on the other hand, very quiet (small water spray) and will cover surfaces of about 30 m2. There is an important choice of ultrasound model. The covered/price ratio is often unbeatable. If you want to spread essential oils for a therapeutic purpose, forget the heater. Unlike nebulization, essential oil particles are not projected pure in the air, but coupled with heavy liquid water particles. The active principles of aromatic molecules will thus remain less suspended in the air before falling back, thus decreasing the duration of the effects of essential oils. This mode of diffusion remains ideal to enjoy the pretty mist that escapes and to create a pleasant olfactory atmosphere.

 

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Works on

Works on

Light effects

Light effects

Speed adjustment

Speed adjustment

Surface covered

Surface covered

Emission of noise

Emission of noise

Automatic shutdown

Automatic shutdown

Colours

Colours

Noise

Noisy (or ultrasonic)

 

The principle: a membrane vibrates in the frequency range between 20 kHz and 80 kHz. Droplets are torn to the surface of the liquid, so that the water (and the essential oils you will add) is "atomized" in droplets so thin that they evaporate in fog.

 

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