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    0.1-300ml Mini Handheld Ultrasonic Homogenizer

    Good price handheld ultrasonic homogenizer with 30 kHz frequency and 30W power for sale. The suitable capacity of this ultrasonic disruptor between 0.1 and 300ml. Ultrasonic lab homogenizer adopts integrated structure design, compact shape and light weight.
    SKU: SISCO-HUH-300
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    Portable ultrasonic homogenizer can be hand-hels or can be fixed with a bracket. Mini handheld homogenizer used in a variety of ways, especially for the ultrasonic treatment of trace or small amount of sample.

    Handheld ultrasonic homogenizer detail one

    Horn of ultrasonic homogenizer is made of titanium alloy material

    • Titanium alloy material which has high strength, strong corrosion resistance and long service life.
    • Frequency tracking and amplitude compensation adopt automatic mode, with stable load and high electro-acoustic conversion rate.
    Handheld ultrasonic homogenizer detail two

    Mini ultrasonic homogenizer is portable and compact in structure

    • It can be hand-held or can be fixed with a bracket.
    • Metal stainless steel plug-in opening.
    • Independent power supply, easy to carry.


    A mini handheld ultrasonic homogenizer is a laboratory instrument used for sample preparation in scientific research. It is a compact and handheld device. Mini handheld ultrasonic homogenizers are commonly used in various scientific and industrial applications for cell disruption, sample preparation, emulsification, and dispersion of nanoparticles.

    Handheld ultrasonic homogenizer application

    • Model: HX-MINI-300
    • Power: 300W
    • Input Output: 100-230VAC
    • Frequency: 30 KHz
    • Capacity: 0.1-300 ml
    • Optional Horn: 1.5, 2, 3, 6, 8 mm
    • Horn Material: titanium alloy
    • Single Ultrasound Time: <30 min
    • Single Interval Time: 0.1-99.9s
    • Operation mode: continuously

    Q1: What is mini handheld ultrasonic homogenizer?
    A1: A mini handheld ultrasonic homogenizer is a laboratory instrument used to disrupt, emulsify, and disperse samples in a variety of applications, such as cell disruption, nanoparticle synthesis, and homogenization of biological and chemical samples.

    Q2: What are the three types of homogenizer?
    A2: The three main types to consider when looking for the right homogenizer for your lab are: pressure, mechanical and ultrasonic homogenizers. They range in size from small handheld homogenizers to large industrial size homogenizers.

    Q3: What is the working principle of ultrasonic homogenizer?
    A3: Basically, an ultrasonic homogenizer has a tip which very rapidly vibrates, causing bubbles in the surrounding solution to rapidly form and collapse. This creates shear and shock waves which tear apart cells and particles.

    Tips: What are the disadvantages of handheld ultrasonic homogenizer?

    • Limited power. Handheld ultrasonic homogenizers typically have lower power compared to benchtop models. This can limit their ability to process tougher samples or larger volumes.
    • Limited control. Handheld ultrasonic homogenizers often have limited control over processing parameters such as power, time, and temperature. This can result in inconsistent or incomplete processing.
    • Mechanical wear. Handheld ultrasonic homogenizers are subjected to mechanical wear during use, which can result in decreased performance over time and require more frequent maintenance.

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    • Damage from misuse, abuse or neglect.
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    • Damage from modification or incorporation into other products.
    • Damage from repair or replacement of warranted parts by a service provider other than a SISCO authorized service provider.
    • Damage caused by the application environment not meeting the product usage requirements and the failure to perform preventive maintenance.
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    York | 10/9/2023 7:56 PM
    Very efficient at homogenizing samples
    We use this handheld ultrasonic homogenizer in our research lab and find it to be very efficient at homogenizing samples. Not only that, its versatility also allows us to process different types of samples.