Arisdyne, ADM to advance cavitation technology

By Arisdyne Systems Inc. | April 26, 2017

Arisdyne Systems Inc., a developer of high, shear-force technologies, such as hydrodynamic cavitation, announced a joint development agreement with Archer Daniels Midland Co. to develop and commercialize new applications of Arisdyne’s technologies.

Under this agreement, the parties will work together to develop novel applications of cavitation technology to deliver process enhancements. Controlled cavitation has been demonstrated to provide superior mixing, particle size reduction and improved reaction efficiency in numerous processes.

"ADM is continually evaluating next-generation process technologies," said Dr. Paul Bloom, vice president, process and chemical research for ADM. “We believe this collaboration with Arisdyne could lead to new opportunities to further enhance innovation around ADM’s process capabilities.”

“We're very excited to partner with ADM, a global leader in agricultural processing,” said Peter Reimers, president and CEO of Arisdyne. “This agreement will accelerate development and market penetration of Arisdyne’s new technologies beyond its current applications in agricultural processing related to vegetable oil refining and fuel ethanol production.”