Innovative Ultrasonic Cleaner for Fine Cleaning & Powerful MixingMarch 18th, 2010
The new Elmasonic P series of dual-frequency 37 or 80 kHz ultrasonic cleaners launched at Pittcon 2010 provide substantial advancements in cleaning and mixing power and control for chemical and pharmaceutical laboratories. Adjustable parameters and innovative technology enable the Elmasonic P ultrasonic cleaner to clean the tiniest, most fragile instruments and to dissolve the most difficult samples.
Unique to the P series is a pulse mode that substantially enhances ultrasonic cleaning and mixing capabilities. Frequency shifts during pulsing cause drops in impedance resulting in spikes in ultrasonic power. Continuous spiking hammers hard at difficult-to-remove contaminants. The effect is very pronounced.
All Elmasonic P series units are considerably more powerful than conventional ultrasonic cleaners. For general cleaning requirements the unit is set at 37 kHz, and if the energy density is too strong for an individual cleaning job, it can be easily adjusted. Operation at 80 kHz is ideal for small and sensitive items that could not previously be cleaned with ultrasound such as capillary tubes and spectrophotometer cuvettes. At this frequency the ultrasonic cleaner operates at an extremely low noise level.Features of the Elmasonic P include:
- Unprecedented power for cleaning and mixing
- Fully adjustable ultrasonic power
- Pulse mode for aggressive cleaning or mixing
- Normal mode for routine blending, dissolving, or dispersing of laboratory samples
- Sweep mode to evenly distribute power in the cleaning tank
- Accelerated degassing of fresh cleaning solution or HPLC solvents
- Operation at either 37 or 80 kHz ultrasonic power
- Digital display of all parameters
- A pause button to interrupt operation if needed
- Auto-start to initiate operation when the set temperature is reached
The control panel of the Elmasonic P series is intuitive and provides a wealth of information. It numerically displays frequency, the percentage of power, and the preset and actual time and temperature. LEDs indicate if the unit is in degas, sweep or pulse mode.
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