SFX 150 Cup Horn
3" Diameter Cup Horn for the SLP Sonifier Cell Disruptor is ideal as an indirect method of sonification for open and closed vessels. The cup horn enables sonification of a sample without the horn coming in contact with the solution. It can simultaneously process a number of sealed vials or test tubes with identical parameters and is ideal for very small volumes. This method prevents possible cross-contamination and is ideal for working with infectious materials.
- Process samples in complete isolation
- Ideal for infectious solutions
- Precludes possibility of any titanium residue
- Ideal for single or batch processing
- Ideal for very small volume processing
Cup Horn compatible with SFX150 and SLP sonifiers. Sonifier Frequency: 40 kHz.
SFX 150 Microtips
Microtips for the SFX Sonifier are available in four sizes to handle volumes up to 150 ml. The microtips are also designed to process samples in the smallest diameter vessels.
The 1/8" microtip is already provided with the SFX Sonifiers.
Note: 1218B79 has (4) 1/8" microtips on a 1" center horn.
Note: These tips are for use with the Branson 150 watt SFX and SLP Sonifier only.
Although ultrasound is above the audible range of the human ear, mechanical noise occurs when liquids are treated ultrasonically. The noise may be disturbing in a room with low ambient noise level if exposed for prolonged periods of time.
Operating the Sonifier® in the Soundproof Enclosure can minimize mechanical noise produced by ultrasonic processing. The sturdy cabinet is lined with waterproof, sound-absorbing material, which is impervious to most solutions or laboratory regents and can be easily cleaned. A fully-transparent door enables viewing of the process while limiting the noise to an acceptable level.
The decibel rating will lower by 20-25db.
Openings at the top and bottom of enclosure make for easy access for use with either a cup horn or standard probes.
Comes with inside column and adjustable clamp plate.
Side panel allows for placement of horns, tips and manuals.