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SonoMechanics 600W Ultrasonic Continuous Liquid Processor

15,395.00$

Ultrasonic homogenizers, the modern version of “mortar and pestle”, they can disrupt tissues and cells through cavitation and ultrasonic waves.  Basically, an ultrasonic homogenizer has a tip which very rapidly vibrates, causing bubbles in the surrounding solution to rapidly form and collapse.  This creates shear and shock waves which tear apart cells and particles.

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Description

 Model
 LSP-600

 Electrical requirements
 100V-120V (20A max.), 220V-240V (10A max.), 50/60Hz

 Ultrasonic output
 1000 V rms (max.), 20 ( /- 1) kHz, 600 W (max.)

 Air-cooled piezoelectric transducer  (ACT-22-LSP)
 Output Characteristics: amplitude — 22 microns (max.),  frequency  20 ( /- 1) kHz, power — 600 W (max.)

 Full-wave Barbell Horn®  (FBH, 21 mm tip diameter)
 Output characteristics: amplitude — 115 microns (max.),  frequency — 20 ( /- 1) kHz, power — 600 W (max.)

 Materials of wetted parts
 Reactor chamber — 304 stainless steel. Food compatible. Horns (FBH, CH, microtips) — Grade 5 Titanium (Ti6Al4V). Food compatible. Gaskets — Buna-N or Teflon. Food compatible.  O-rings — Buna-N. Food compatible.

 Noise level
 103 – 106 dBa at 2′ away. Noise reducing earmuffs or sound enclosure required.

 Capacity

 15 ml – 100 ml — with CH (batch mode) 100 ml – 500 ml — with FBH (batch mode) 500 ml – 1 L — with FBH reactor chamber (flow-through mode).

 Productivity rates
 Productivity rates are highly dependent on the nature of each process and range  from about 200 mL/h for challenging tasks (e.g., top-down nanocrystallization of  active pharmaceutical compounds) to over 10 L/h for fast processes  (e.g., degassing, deagglomeration).

 Optional accessories
 Flow-through reactor chamber (flow cell, 1/2″ tri-clamp inlet and outlet, cooling jacket) Conventional horn (CH, 12.7 mm tip diameter, amplitude — 113 microns (max.)) Support stand with clamp holders Noise reduction ear muffs

 Warranty
 One year

 Download
 User Manual, Assembly Guide 

 Reading
 Medical Cannabis & Case Studies, Commercial Production of Water-Soluble THC & CBD  

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