Branson, Rocker & GT Sonic Laboratory Ultrasonic Cleaners, Baths & Sonifier with Digital Timer and Heater
Ultrasonic cleaners are an essential part of every laboratory, and these devices use ultrasound and suitable cleaning solvents to clean lab equipments and items thoroughly. Lab equipment are subjected to different types of soiling, and proper cleaning is required for continued use as well as routine maintenance. Proper cleaning using ultrasonic cleaners takes several minutes, and the actual time duration will depend on the type of cleaner as well as the item being cleaned. The device to be cleaned is placed within the chamber and an aqueous solvent is circulated through it with ultrasonic waves to enable efficient cleaning. Mechanical and manual cleaners as well as test sieves are available.
Ultrasonic Cleaning Baths provide efficient cleaning solutions for all industrial and laboratory applications. So basically what is ultrasonic cleaner and how does it work?
It is an equipment that uses high frequency ultrasound to agitate liquid. When ultrasonic waves are made to enter the liquid, they cause formation of small bubbles having high energy trapped inside them. These bubbles when hit any dirty surface, they burst open and the energy stored in them causes release of the dirt on the surface of the material. This rapid formation and collapse of the bubbles is termed as cavitation.
Transducers form the heart of ultrasonic cleaners. Their function is to produce high frequency ultrasonic waves. Higher the efficiency of the transducer lower is the time and energy consumed in an operation.
There are several benefits of using ultrasonic cleaners such as,
- It increases the shelf life of the equipment
- Simple and no labour is required
- Highly effective and efficient cleaning
- Less time consumption
Many of the ultrasonic baths are fully programmable with degassing option. They have sleep mode facility to ensure less energy consumption.
The best thing about Ultrasonic Cleaner is that, they are used for beyond cleaning applications. They are highly versatile and are used in various fields including Electronics, Jewellery, 3D printing, industrial and laboratory scale. They can also be used for cell lysis, separation, mixing; emulsification and degassing of liquids.
All these features in a single equipment. Sounds great isn’t it????