As a result of their environmental importance, dyes are now one of the most pressing environmental issues. Sulfonated polyacrylamide has been synthesized and fully described, applying FTIR technique. The goal would be delving into the nature of simultaneous ultrasound removal of SO and BB dyes. It could lead to an efficient super-adsorbent for industrial dye processing. Optimization of parameters was conducted using central composite design (CCD) with response surface methodology (RSM). The pH value of 7.9, contact time of 2 minutes, adsorbent dose of 0.008 g, and SO and BB concentrations of 362.02 and 420.45 mg/L were found to be the optimal conditions for dye removal. Adsorption is an ideal approach method for preserving dyes from aqueous industrial wastes because of high efficiency, cost-effectiveness and simplicity. An acceptable degree of consonance between experimental and calculated values was arrived at. High percentage removal (90.01% and 99.95%) of SO and BB in short time (2.16 min) were recorded through the application of an ultrasound-assisted adsorbent (0.008g). Freundlich model shows the proper agreement with the experimental data of both dyes, and the maximum adsorption capacities were 20000 and 8334.0 mg/g for SO and BB, respectively.