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Ultrasonic cleaner 4200i EP S3

090.012.0006

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Ultrasonic Cleaning is a safe and efficient modern procedure, which ensures perfect cleaning within the shortest time possible. It has many advantages over ordinary cleaning methods. Ultrasonics can remove even the most tenacious deposits from parts which would be difficult to reach by hand, it also reduces the risk of injury or infection which may occur during manual cleaning.

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2 567,00 €
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3 131,74 € tax incl.

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Height425 mm
Width440 mm
Depth340 mm
Tank height150 mm
Tank width330 mm
Tank depth300 mm
Capacity14 L
Frequency40 KHz
Transducers4
Average input power300 W
Power during heating800 W
Peak ultrasonic power600 W
Drain1/2 "

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EP

  • Electronic heating control from 0 to 70°C
  • Eletronic timer from 0 to 99min
  • Degass
  • Sweep system
  • Programmable (9 customizable program + preset Jet Program)

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CIMaINa, Science and Technology museum “Leonardo da Vinci” and Soltec
SOLTEC involved in “Science in Society EU Programme”. SONICA at the “Leonardo da Vinci” Science and Technology Museum
Cleaning a neutron detector at FRM II with SONICA ultrasonic cleaners
The Forschungs-Neutronenquelle Heinz Maier-Leibnitz chose a SONICA 90L to clean the neutron detector container and other parts of the detector. An extremely clean detector chamber is essential to the proper operation of the detector to avoid contamination of the Helium-3.
Vinyl records microgroove cleaning with SONICA ultrasonic cleaners
Bairoalto Design chose SONICA S3 to clean Vinyl records. Ultrasonic cleaning can get rid of very small impurities without damaging microgrooves.
SONICA ultrasonic cleaner at Università degli studi Milano-Bicocca organic materials laboratory
Not just cleaning, SONICA ultrasonic bath can be used to disperse nanoparticles and dissolve chemicals in organic materials laboratory at Bicocca University in Milan