An open Sonation sound insulation hood. Next to it a pump on an oil pan. In addition, various Sonation sound insulation hoods lined up.

Sound insulation for ultrasonic baths

The cavitation noise of ultrasonic baths is one of the most unpleasant noises in the laboratory. Due to the principle, small steam bubbles are constantly created in the ultrasonic bath and implode again shortly afterwards. This has the desired cleaning effect, but also produces very unpleasant noise. Regular exposure can lead to hearing damage, which is why it is recommended to wear hearing protection when handling ultrasonic baths or to encapsulate the bath accordingly.

The USBB Series models have been specifically designed to attenuate ultrasonic baths in laboratories.
The four available models USBB-S, USBB-M, USBB-L and USBB-XL cover almost all ultrasonic baths used in laboratories.
However, should it happen that no size fits, also custom models are possible.

The Sonation USBB series

Watch this video to learn how the Sonation USBB series improves your lab environment.

Notice the difference in how an ultrasonic bath sounds with and without a sound enclosure and see the many ways the Sonation USBB provides easy access to your ultrasonic bath at all times regardless of sound enclosure.

General information

The insulation material used is oil and water repellent as well as flame retardant according to FMVSS 302 and DIN 75 200.

Ventilation and cooling
Fans trimmed for noise minimization are used to dissipate the waste heat. The air ducting inside the box is designed to provide optimum cooling for the ultrasonic bath, yet prevent sound from entering through the air inlet and outlet openings.

Sound insulation
The sound reduction is up to 30dB(A) which corresponds to a reduction of about 90% of the perceived loudness.

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