Bransonic Ultrasonic Cleaning Baths are the leading ultrasonic bath. Designed for performance, control, durability and reliability for a variety of applications. All Bransonic baths can also be used for cell separation, sample preparation and degassing of liquids.
With the Mechanical Bransonic MH Ultrasonic bath, you get the added benefit of heat. Heated models feature a temperature sensor and auto shut-off when the unit reaches 69°C/156.2°F.
Mechanical Model Features:
The digital version of the Brainsonic Ultrasonic Cleaning baths, the Bransonic CPX bath, gives you complete digital control with programmable capabilities and self-adaptive technology for consistent, worry-free operation – every time.
The digital Bransonic CPXH features the benefits of heated cleaning with the ability to set temperatures from 20°C/68°F - 69°C/156.2°F
Digital Model Features
Note: Items should not be allowed to rest on the bottom of the tank, see accessories for options.
Please note: There is a 1-week lead time for all Branson ultrasonic baths.
|Temp Range (°C)||Ambient OR 69|
|MaxFlow Rate (l/min)||N/A|
|Temp Stability (°C)||N/A|
|Digital or Mechanical||Digital or Mechanical|
|Tank Material||Stainless Steel|
|Media Racks Available||No|
Model 8800 Specifications (51⁄2 Gallon)
24"l x 18"w x 14.5"d
19.5"l x 11.5"w x 6"d
Do the Bransonic Ultrasonic baths include a lid?
Will the lid fit on the ultrasonic baths while one of the baskets or trays is inserted?
Generally yes, but it won't fit perfectly. You can put the lid on when a basket is in the Bransonic bath, but there are some units where the cover might not fit that well with the basket / tray in. The best answer we can give is "sort of."
What is the power output of the Bransonic 5.5 Gallon Ultrasonic bath?
Are the Bransonic Ultrasonic Baths UL listed or CSA certified?
All 120 V Bransonic ultrasonic baths have CSA/UL or equivalent approval.
What is the heat output of the heated models?
The heaters on the heated models are 560 W.2535 Branson 2016-11-21