Ultrasonic Cell Disruptor Is Based On The Cavitation Effect Of Ultrasound In Liquid

Ultrasonic Cell Disruptor Is Based On The Cavitation Effect Of Ultrasound In Liquid

Date:Mar 11, 2021

Ultrasonic cell disruptor is based on the cavitation effect of ultrasound in liquid


Product introduction:

The ultrasonic cell disruptor is based on the cavitation effect of ultrasonic waves in the liquid. The transducer generates high-strength shearing force in the liquid at the top of the tool head through the horn through the horn, and forms high-frequency alternating water pressure to make the air The cavity expands and explodes and crushes the cells. In addition, due to the violent disturbing effect of ultrasonic waves when propagating in the liquid, the particles will have a great acceleration, collide with each other or collide with the wall of the vessel and be broken.

The device can mix two (or more than two minutes) immiscible liquids uniformly. Therefore, it can achieve the effect that the general mechanical stirring or mashing can't reach

main feature

5 control modes can be stored

Timing digital display, output energy displayed by light bar, 0~100% continuously adjustable, intuitive and convenient operation

There are two options for working mode: intermittent (duty cycle is adjustable from 1% to 100%) and continuous. When working intermittently, pulse width and intermittent time can be set separately

The working time can be controlled by a digital timer, and it will automatically switch to the standby state when the predetermined time is reached, and the timing range is 1min~99min.

Hand-held ultrasonic cell disruptor can freely control work and cut-off time, flexible and convenient to use, suitable for processing a small amount of samples

Technical Parameters

Power: 80

Optional horn: 1/4" 1/8‘‘

Processing sample volume: 150ul~100ml

Pulse working range: 20%~99%



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