Methods of use of laboratory dispersing machines

The following is the basic use of laboratory dispersing machine:

1. Preparatory work:
Check whether the device is in good condition, the power cable is securely connected, and the power supply is normal.

Prepare necessary reagents and samples, and prepare other experimental equipment and equipment as required.

2. Set parameters:
According to the experimental requirements, set the appropriate parameters of the dispersing machine, such as speed, time, temperature, etc. Ensure that the parameters selected are appropriate for the sample and reagent to be processed.

3. Sample treatment:
Add the samples to be processed into the container of the disperser, taking care not to exceed the maximum capacity limit of the container.

Auxiliary solvents, dissolvers or other reagents are added as needed to achieve the desired dispersion or emulsification effect.

Methods of use of laboratory dispersing machines

4. Start the dispersing machine:
Turn on the power switch of the dispersing machine, and press the start button or rotate the control knob to start the device. Ensure smooth operation of equipment without abnormal sound or vibration.

5. Dispersion or emulsification:
Select the appropriate agitator or disperser according to the operating instructions of the equipment and install it on the equipment.

Adjust the speed and time of the equipment according to the instructions of the equipment to begin the dispersion or emulsification process.

In the process of operation, pay attention to the sample changes to ensure that it achieves the desired dispersion or emulsification effect.

6. End operation:
After the dispersing or emulsifying process, turn off the power switch of the dispersing machine to stop the operation of the equipment.

Carefully remove the sample container, taking care to avoid touching hot surfaces or other hot spots.

Perform follow-up procedures on samples, such as sampling, analysis or other experimental operations, as required.

Cleaning and maintenance:
The container and agitator of the disperser are cleaned to ensure the sanitation and normal operation of the equipment.

Periodically check the condition of equipment, such as wires, seals, bearings, etc., and maintain or replace as necessary.

Please note that the above steps are only for general laboratory disperser use. The exact procedure may vary depending on the device model, manufacturer’s instructions, and experimental requirements. Therefore, before operating a laboratory disperser, be sure to read the device’s user manual and instructions provided by the manufacturer carefully, and follow laboratory safety regulations and operating procedures.

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