News - ATCP Physical Engineering

Ultrasound-catalyzed wastewater treatment

ATCP provided consulting and consultancy services for the development of an ultrasonic-catalyzed electrochemical incinerator. Ultrasonic by Langevin-type transducers was applied for the dispersion of pathogenic agglomerates, homogenization and cleaning of UV lamps.

The ATCP service consisted in scaling the ultrasound, prospecting the suppliers and following up the ultrasonic equipment tryout and startup.

Link: Consulting and advisory

Training for maintenance of iron ore filters’ ultrasonic cleaning system

ATCP provided training and test equipment for the preventive and corrective maintenance of iron ore filters’ ultrasonic cleaning systems.

Ultrasonic cleaning is necessary to keep the porous ceramic plates clean in these filters. The need for maintenance and recovery of ultrasonic immersible boxes is frequent due to impact damages by broken ceramic plates.

Link: Training and development.

The ATCP's new location

ATCP Physical Engineering new headquarters

The ATCP moved to the city of Ribeirão Preto (São Paulo state, Brazil) after significant investment to build tailored facilities.

The new facilities were planned with spaces dedicated to metrology and to offer trainings and consulting services.

To facilitate the customers’ access, ATCP has chosen a strategic location close to the city ring road, hotels and local airport, which offers connections with the main Brazilian international airports.

Link:
Learn more about our new location and telephone number.

Test of piezoelectric ceramics in the Navy

IPqM

In november, ATCP has provided an unit of Sonelastic® to the Institute of Navy Research - IPqM.

The research aims at the development and innovation of new high-tech materials for war-like applications.

The Sonelastic® will be used in non-destructive characterization of elastic moduli of new materials, reinforcing its applicability in different research areas.

External link: Instituto de Pesquisas da Marinha