Today, ultrasound is an integral part of both pathology and analysis laboratories where rapid diagnosis and a high degree of process effectiveness are concerned. The new SONOCOOL from BANDELIN now combines the process accelerating impact of ultrasound and simultaneous cooling of the sample.

During the histological analysis of samples, in oncology, for example, bone decalcification is an important step as only decalcified samples can be suitably prepared for later analysis without contamination. The tedious process used to date can now be accelerated considerably using ultrasound. The morphological structure of the sample, however, is preserved by the integrated cooling. A substandard sample, the diagnosis of which would be difficult or impossible, is avoided. The results are available in a shorter time.

Using SONOCOOL, the catalytic effect of ultrasound can now be used on heat sensitive samples in analysis laboratories. The cooling function means that exothermic reactions can be controlled and the processes carried out faster and effectively.
Flyer: Four examples of application [469 KB]

The ultrasonic unit SONOCOOL 255

• compact design
• increased life span by welded tank: stainless steel AISI 316Ti, 2 mm thick
• lid made of glass for easy cleaning and sample observation
• level sensor for contact liquid as dry run protection
• lighted LCD display for
remaining time – actual temperature – pause/diagnostics – set time/set temperature – ultrasonic power
• serial interface for remote control

Data sheet SONOCOOL