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Sonicators - Probe Type

Wolflabs is currently the public sector's top supplier for this range of products through framework agreement LAB5028 LU. The products we are featuring are from Branson, MSE and QSonica with maximum volumes of 0.05 to 20l, with minimum volumes of 0.0002 to 0.02l, with wattage from 55 to 1375W, with analogue or digital control, with 12.7mm probe, 13mm disruptor horn, 19mm disruptor horn, 25.4mm extender probe, 3.2mm micro tip, 3.2mm probe and no probe included, with or optional sound box. Use our application table to identify the best product for your application. The most important questions to ask are the application it will be used for, the minimum and maximum volumes that will be processed, if reproducability is very important and the size of the probes required.

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QSonica Q55 0.05 0.0002 55 Analogue Yes - 3.2mm probe Optional £1,707.79
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QSonica Q125 0.05 0.0002 125 Digital Yes - 3.2mm probe Optional £2,630.34
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QSonica Q500 1 0.0002 500 Digital Yes - 12.7mm probe Optional £3,550.92
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QSonica Q700 1 0.0002 700 Digital Yes - 12.7mm probe Optional £4,280.14
Branson SFX150 0.15 0.02 150 Digital Yes - 3.2mm micro tip Optional £2,482.84
Branson S-250 0.5 0.001 200 Analogue Yes - 13mm disruptor horn Optional £2,769.96
Branson S-450 0.5 0.001 400 Analogue Yes - 3.2mm micro tip Optional £3,149.96
Branson SFX250 0.5 0.02 250 Digital Yes - 13mm disruptor horn Optional £3,149.96
Branson 450 CE 0.5 0.001 400 Analogue Yes - 19mm disruptor horn Optional £3,285.06
Branson SFX550 1 0.02 550 Digital Yes - 13mm disruptor horn Optional £3,576.40
Branson SFX550 1 0.02 550 Digital Yes - 19mm disruptor horn Optional £3,732.62
QSonica Q2000 30 5 2000 Digital Yes Optional £9,535.48
QSonica Q2000F 30 5 2000 Digital Yes Optional £13,694.35


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  • New QSonica sonicators from Wolflabs

    New QSonica sonicators from Wolflabs

    Product update

    Introduction
    New Q2000 and Q2000F probe type sonicators from QSonica have been added. The Q2000 offers the ability to process industrial scale sample volumes in individual batches or flow through applications. This model includes a 100um amplitude, 1.5 inch diameter, 10 inch long probe and booster. The booster increases the amplitude of the probe which enables larger volumes to be processed. The Q2000 is powerful, durable and custiomizable.

    Features and benefits
    - Set time and amplitude for hands free operation
    - Prevent heat buildup in temperature sensitive samples
    - Output intensity can be set from 20-100%
    - Displays duration of sonication
    - Display of wattage and joules
    - Real-time energy monitoring
    - Overload protection. prevents damage to circuitry if a fault occurs
    - Temperature protection, prevents overheating of samples

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type QSonica David Suddaby 10-Apr-2018
  • Special Offer - Sonicators - Probe Type

    Special Offer - Sonicators - Probe Type

    Special offers

    Discounts of almost 30% - https://www.wolflabs.co.uk/laboratory-products/sonicators-probe-type

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type QSonica David Child 14-Aug-2017
  • Qsonica probe type sonicators from Wolflabs

    Qsonica probe type sonicators from Wolflabs

    Product update

    Introduction
    QSonica Q500 probe type sonicator from Wolflabs. The Q500 is a powerful ultrasonic processor featuring programmable operation and a digital display of operating parameters. Popular applications include nanoparticle dispersion, creating emulsions, cell lysis and homogenization.

    Features and benefits
    - Programmable operation. Set time and amplitude for hands free operation.
    - Pulse mode. Prevent heat buildup in temperature sensitive samples.
    - Digital amplitude / intensity control. Output intensity can be set from 20-100%.
    - Elapsed time indicator. Displays duration of sonication.
    - Display of wattage and joules. Real-time energy monitoring.
    - Overload protection. Prevents damage to circuitry if a fault occurs.
    - RoHS compliant. Uses lead free components.

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type QSonica David Suddaby 04-Mar-2017
  • Qsonica probe type sonicators from Wolflabs

    Qsonica probe type sonicators from Wolflabs

    Product update

    Introduction
    Qsonica Q125 probe type sonicator from Wolflabs. The Q125 is a microprocessor based, programmable ultrasonic processor. Features include pulse mode and a digital display of both wattage and joules.

    Features and benefits
    - Programmable operation. Set time and amplitude for hands free operation.
    - Pulse Mode. Prevent heat buildup in temperature sensitive samples.
    - Digital amplitude / intensity control. Output intensity can be set from 20-100%.
    - Elapsed time indicator. Displays duration of sonication.
    - Display of wattage and joules. Real-time energy monitoring.
    - Overload protection. Prevents damage to circuitry if a fault occurs.
    - RoHS compliant. Uses lead free components.
    - Compact design. Takes up less space than competitive units.

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type QSonica David Suddaby 22-Oct-2016
  • Special Offer - Sonicators - Probe Type

    Special Offer - Sonicators - Probe Type

    Special offers

    Discounts of over 30% - http://www.wolflabs.co.uk/laboratory-products/sonicators-probe-type

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type QSonica David Child 26-Sep-2016
  • MSE probe type sonicator from Wolflabs

    MSE probe type sonicator from Wolflabs

    Product update

    Introduction
    MSE Soniprep 150 plus probe type sonicator from Wolflabs. The MSE Soniprep 150 Plus is an improved, digital version of the original Soniprep 150. It is a benchtop ultrasonic disintegrator enclosed in a purpose built chamber to reduce residual noise from sonication. The Soniprep 150 Plus also has a wattage output, which allows users to measure the wattage being delivered to the probe. There is a range of titanium probes available to satisfy a wide variety of requirements. The piezoelectric transducer produces vibrations from an electrical input to a level of 93% efficiency. This compares well with magnetostrictive versions which are only 45% efficient.

    Features and benefits
    - New digital display
    - Control and monitor amplitude for reproducible results
    - Sound-insulated self contained unit
    - Range of 3 titanium probes to suit most applications
    - High frequency 23KHZ generator with piezoelectric transducer
    - 99 minute timer with override facility
    - Optional process timer unit available
    - Optional wattage meter available
    - Ideally suited for volumes of 2ml to 100ml plus continuous flow

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type MSE David Suddaby 01-Aug-2016
  • Qsonica probe type sonicators from Wolflabs

    Qsonica probe type sonicators from Wolflabs

    Product update

    Introduction
    The Q55 is a compact and cost effective ultrasonic processor that will occupy less bench space than any unit on the market. This model is effective for standard cell disruption and many other small volume applications. Probes are available in three different sizes.

    Features and benefits
    - Smallest unit available from Qsonica
    - Thumb-switch or continuous operation
    - Simple and effective operation

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type QSonica David Suddaby 26-May-2016
  • New Branson probe type sonicators from Wolflabs

    New Branson probe type sonicators from Wolflabs

    Product update

    New SFX series probe type sonicators from Branson have been added. The SFX series digital sonifier consists of three new power supplies: SFX150, SFX250, and SFX550. The SFX150 sonifier delivers up to 150 watts of power at 40 kHz for quiet operation. It’s the only cell disrupter and homogenizer of its type that includes a handheld converter, designed for ergonomic comfort and control to simplify and speed up your experiment. The SFX250 sonifier is perfect for processing samples up to 500 mL and the SFX550 sonifier easily processes samples up to 1000 mL. Advanced control modes such as energy mode with energy pulsing provide enhanced control over your process.

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type Branson David Suddaby 01-Apr-2016
  • Special Offer - Probe type sonicators

    Special Offer - Probe type sonicators

    Special offers

    Discounts of over 30% - http://www.wolflabs.co.uk/laboratory-products/sonicators-probe-type

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type QSonica David Child 27-Oct-2015
  • Special Offer - Probe Sonicators

    Special Offer - Probe Sonicators

    Special offers

    Discounts of up to 40% here - http://www.wolflabs.co.uk/laboratory-equipment/sonicators-probe-type

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Sonicators - Probe Type QSonica David Child 25-Nov-2014

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With reference to the Q500, what is the difference between power and intensity?
Power is the measure of the electrical energy that is being delivered to the convertor. It is measured in watts and displayed on the sonicator's screen. At the convertor, the electrical energy is transformed into mechanical energy. It does this by exciting the piezoelectric crystals causing them to move in the longitudinal direction within the convertor. This change from electrical into mechanical energy causes a motion that travels through the horn/probe causing the tip to move up and down.

The distance of one movement up and down is called its amplitude. The amplitude is adjustable. Each probe has a maximum amplitude value. For example, with a ½” diameter probe at setting 100%, the probe will achieve an amplitude of approximately 120µm.At setting 50% the amplitude is approximately 60µm. Note this is approximate and not perfectly linear.

Amplitude and intensity have a direct relationship. If you operate at a low amplitude setting, you will deliver low intensity sonication. If you operate at a high amplitude setting, you will have high intensity sonication. In order to be able to reproduce results, the amplitude setting, temperature, viscosity and volume of the sample are all parameters that need to remain consistent. The amplitude, not the power, is most critical when trying to reproduce sonication results.

Power has a variable relationship with amplitude/intensity. For example, sonicating water at setting 50% requires less wattage when compared to a viscous sample (such as honey). For both samples the amplitude/intensity is the same but the power/wattage will differ because the viscous sample will require more watts in order to drive the horn. The viscous sample puts a heavier load on the probe so they system must work harder to vibrate up and down at the same intensity.