Ultrasonic Homognizer Sonicator

The latest generation, high-intensity NexTgen Lab ultrasonic processor, offers a wide range of applications: homogenization, degassing, emulsification, DNA extraction, cell lysing, cell rupture, sample preparation, acceleration of chemical reactions (sonochemistry) etc…

The Lab750 ultrasonic homogenizer is equipped with an ultrasonic probe (sonotrod) in immersion into a liquid. The ultrasonic energy of the sonifier is focalized on the probe tip, creating pressure waves in the liquid. For higher volumes an optional flow cell is available.

The Lab750 Sonicator is suitable for medical, biological and chemical laboratories.

Typical applications for sonifier include sample preparation, homogenization, degassing, emulsification, DNA extraction, enzyme extraction, cell lysing or rupture, chemical reaction etc …


Ultrasonic processor NexTgen Lab 750

Power max. : 750W
Frequency : 20 kHz
Power supply : 110V-60Hz (also available 220V-50Hz)
Dimensions LxWxH : 390x145x148mm (approx. 15x6x6’’)

Ultrasonic converter 20 kHz

Diameter :       55mm

Length :           142mm

Input / output for air cooling

Ultrasonic probes (sonotrodes), standard

Model 40D13 40D20 40D25
Diameter 13 mm (1/2’’) 20 mm (3/4’’) 25 mm (1’’)
Volume min. 20 mL 100 mL 200 mL
Volume max. 500 mL 1000 mL 1500 mL
Amplitude max. 140 µm 60 µm 35 µm

Two types of ultrasonic probes are available: solid or with replaceable tips.

Also available micro tip ultrasonic probes, radial probes and flow cells.

Control with a tablet or manual ON/OFF operation.


Optional software for PC control

The LabPremium software is essential for configuration and thorough diagnosis. It allows control of parameters (power, frequency, amplitude, cycle Experienced technicians can optimize the choice of parameters and control ultrasonic effects. Multiple sets of parameters can be saved and used for different purposes.

It also allows recording of measurements in a spreadsheet for traceability.



The action of ultrasound in liquids is based on the phenomenon of cavitation: creation; growth and implosion of bubbles formed when a liquid is subjected to a pressure wave. This leads to a pressure shock around the bubble and the forming of a thermochemical micro-reactor inside the bubble. Under very high power (50 W – 1 kW/L), the mechanical effects of cavitation are used for liquid processing.

  • High power up to 750W
  • Control with tablet
  • Optional monitoring software