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UDS 751

Ultrasonic Desintegrator UDS 751 for dispersing solutions, emulsions and suspensions by focused ultrasonic

With the ultrasonic disintegrator UDS 751/UP 200S, ultrasound with very high power densities - up to 600 W/cm² - can be introduced into liquid media.
UDS 751 Ultrasonic Processor, front view Sonotrodes for the UDS 751 | UP 200S
The UDS 751, developed in cooperation with Hielscher GmbH, was replaced in mid-2006 by the UP 200S, which is identical in construction. With it, an extraordinarily wide range of laboratory and small-scale production tasks can be solved.
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Benefits

  • compact design and high efficiency (> 90%)
  • easy to operate, high steadyness
  • different types of sonotrodes available

Applications

  • desintegration of cells (cell lyse), bacteria, viruses and tissues for medical and biological applications
  • accelleration of chemical reactions
  • preparation of suspensions, dispersion of particle systems
  • modulation of crystal structures
  • homogenisation of mixtures
  • support of wet sieving

The ultrasonic disintegrator consists of a high-frequency generator, a transducer and a sonotrodes screwed to the transducer. The high-frequency generator converts the 50 Hz mains voltage into a 24 kHz high frequency voltage. The electrical energy is converted by the transducer into mechanical, vertical vibrations of the same frequency. The sonotrodes screwed to the transducer, which are designed as lambda/2 transducers and are made of highly elastic titanium alloys, amplify the vertical vibrations and transmit the ultrasonic energy with extremely high power densities into the liquids via their end faces. The resulting cavitation enables the wide range of applications to be solved in biology, medicine, chemistry, technology and other fields of application.

Parameter title Unit Value
setting resolution - stepwise (diameter of sonotrode) | continously adjustable (amplitude)
setting range - (1, 2, 3, 5, 14, 40) mm diameter of sonotrode | 20 ... 100 % (amplitude)
setting parameter - diameter of sonotride | amplitude
purpose of use - ultrasonic dispersion and homogenisation of suspensions
power supply - 240 V AC, 48 ... 63 Hz (optional 115 V AC, 48 ... 63 Hz)
dimensions (w × h × d) mm 100 × 300 × 210
weight kg max. 2,35
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