|DS-500/1 Generating Probe Package
|DS-500/2 Generating Probe Package
|D500 Drive Motor Only (without probe or stand)
The Scilogex D500 Homogenizer has a maximum speed of 29,000rpm and reduces processing time significantly. The smooth motor drive provides safe and comfortable operation. An overload protection feature increases the life span of the motor. Smooth acceleration also prevents unnecessary spills. A flexible configuration of different generators and rotors make the D500 highly adaptive to most applications. The generator shaft is constructed of 316L stainless steel. Reliable results are assured with extremely high precision and speed. Assembly and disassembly of rotors requires no special tools.Features:
The interchangeable, autoclavable stainless steel shafts are chemically inert, made from 316L Stainless Steel with PTFE bushings, making it suitable for use with solvents and abrasive substances. Shafts are easily and quickly removed for cleaning after operation or between samples.
The D500 package* includes a probe and stand and is available in two sizes:
*PLEASE NOTE: If you purchase the stand-alone motor unit, you will also need to purchase a generator probe in order to have a complete homogenizer setup.
|Sample Volume (min)
|Sample Volume (max)
|Usage / Placement
|Sample volume range
|10 - 5000ml
|6 position control dial
|Universal motor, 500 Watt
|Suspensions & Emulsion 10-15 & 1-10um
|< 72 dB(A) at 29,000 rpm
|2.5L x 2.5W x 9H inches (drive only)
|20lbs (with stand) 1.8lbs (drive only)
How large is the stand that is included in the packages?
The H-600 stand for the D500 Homogenizer is 12 inches wide and 24 inches high from the bottom of the base
Does the D500 have a brushed motor or a brushless motor?
It has a brushed motor.
Can I use the D500 as a handheld device, or does it need to be mounted to the stand?
The D500 Homogenizer must be mounted to a stand. It is not intended for use as a handheld instrument. If you need to move the the head of the probe throughout the substance during processing, the container should be moved rather than moving the D500 itself.1509 Scilogex 2021-05-25