Sino Sonics specializes in ultrasonic technology and ultrasonic homogenizers, which are used for homogenizing, deagglomerating, emulsifying, suspending, accelerating chemical reactions and the disruption of cells, bacteria, fungi or spores.
In ultrasonic homogenisation, several components (liquid-liquid, liquid-solid) are finely mixed together. This method has established itself in the laboratory for decades in addition to the well-known and proven ultrasonic bath.
What is the difference between ultrasonic homogenisers and ultrasonic baths?
The power [W] of ultrasonic baths is fixed. The power density [W/l] is relatively low.
Ultrasonic homogenisers have an adjustable power [W] and produce very high power densities [W/l]. Probes with a defined radiating surface guarantee reproducible results.
What is more important when choosing the appropriate device - power rating or amplitude?
Power output [W] is not the sole criterion for selecting the ultrasonic homogeniser. This value only indicates the power of the ultrasonic generator but not the energy delivered into the sample. The amplitude at the radiating surface of the probe is the determining factor while considering the sample volume. RPS-SONIC homogenisers provide higher amplitudes than comparable devices in the market due to an optimal matching of all components