"Ahoy, me hearty!" - Sonic Power & Piracy
The system is known as MAD which stands for Magnetic Acoustic Device and can broadcast a targeted beam of sound for over a mile. At close quarters the sound can be very painful, causing disorientation. It operated at high frequency and very high decibels. It goes to show the extreme power which is contained within the sonic sound spectrum.
Within our sonic horns company, we utilise the sonic power in a very safe manner to cause dry material to debond and either fall by gravity, like in cement silo cleaning or be then carried away in a gas stream, such as in boiler cleaning in power generation plants.
We employ safe frequencies in our range of sonic horns - from 420 Hz down to 60 Hz - and these are employed within a wide range of plant and storage applications and industries. The fantastic ability for our sonic horns to prevent particulate build up and facilitate material flow has enabled our company to eliminate such costly problems in over 45 countries worldwide. "Shiver me timbers!"