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Ad Code : M-423267
Ad Type : For Sale - New
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Date Updated : 21 Apr 2024
Production Type : Special Production
Brand Turbosonic Ultrasonic
Model : Tuh1000
Production Year : 2019
Is Machine Revised? : Yes
Turbosonic Ultrasonic Nano Technologies Sonokimya Sonochemical
Türkiye - İstanbul - BAYRAMPAŞA
Ad Description


An ultrasonichomogenizer (also known as an "ultrasonic processor", "celldisruptor" or "sonicator") breaks up tissues and cells throughcavitation and ultrasonic waves. Ultrasonic homogenization can be a liquidliquid whatever it is milk, chemical waste, pulp (stool), can be a solution inolive oil, can be a dye, can be a liquid state of a very special mineral, toreduce the small particles in it, to be homogeneously small and evenlydispersed. It is a mechanical process for Basically, an ultrasonic homogenizercontains an ultrasonic probe (i.e. tip or horn) that vibrates very rapidlycausing bubbles to form and collapse rapidly in the surrounding solution. Thisprobe creates shear and shock waves at the frequency at which it is produced,that break up cells and particles.

Ultrasonics is anexcellent method for breaking up cells and intracellular structures insuspension, but not good for homogenizing intact tissue. Ultrasonichomogenizers can also break down DNA, which can be a good or bad thingdepending on your application. Other applications include dissolving substancesthat are difficult to dissolve in fluids, production of dispersion andsuspension, dispersion of nanoparticles, production of the best emulsions withminimum droplet size, acceleration of catalysis and chemical reactions,extraction of components and fragmentation of cells, bacteria, viruses, spores,fungi or tissues. Sonicators often generate a significant amount of heat, so itmay not be accurate to work with temperature sensitive samples.

TurbosonicSonochemical provides a wide, but also rich, range of sonicators for researchand manufacturing applications.



Sonochemistry is a branch of chemical research dealing with the chemical effects and applications of ultrasonic waves, i.e., sound at high frequencies that the human ear finds difficult to respond and eventually the human hearing threshold is reached, normally around 18–20kHz for adults.

Homogenizer, Ultrachall, Sonomechanic, Sonotrode, Reactor, Reaktor