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Ultraflexible Ultrasonics from Camlab

Posted: Monday 9th July 2007

The camSonix range of ultrasonic baths from Camlab, offers 13 models from 0.8 litres up to 90 litres, providing solutions for almost any laboratory or medical application.

A unique feature of these baths is the ability to choose the operating mode to optimise performance for specific applications. In Sweep mode, the sound wave is oscillated to ensure efficient cleaning over the entire surface of articles such as laboratory and surgical instruments. In Normal mode, energy is concentrated to give maximum efficiency for tasks such as emulsification, dispersion and mixing.

Camlab camSonix baths incorporate many user-oriented features – an ergonomic, liquid-proof control panel, easy draining, and a lid which ensures a low emitted sound level (<75 dB AU), for comfortable use in any environment. The lid also doubles as a convenient drip tray when objects are removed from the bath.

Automated control functions that make the camSonix baths easier to use include “Autodegas” for efficiently degassing new cleaning liquids, and “Autostart”, that delays the application of ultrasound until the desired bath temperature is reached.

A range of sample baskets, accessories and cleaning chemicals is also available.

Camlab is one of the UK's leading scientific suppliers, with 50 years' experience in the laboratory market place. Already UK market leader in Water Testing, the company is ideally positioned for catalogue and geographical expansion, organically and by acquisition. Complementing the many leading
brand names to be found in Camlab's catalogues are its own branded products, Camlab Chemicals, Camlab Water instruments and reagents and a range of innovative own-manufactured laboratory plastics. Unusually for a laboratory supplier, Camlab has its own in house service organisation, ensuring continued local support from their experienced team throughout the life of the instruments.

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