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Qsonica (formerly a division of Misonix, Inc.) has been a leader in the design, development and manufacturing of ultrasonic liquid processors for over 40 years. Qsonica produces the most  technologically advanced and reliable Sonicators available today.

The Sonicator brand was originally produced by Heat Systems Ultrasonics in the 1970s. Heat Systems was re-named Misonix, Inc. in 1990. The Misonix Sonicator brand is now owned by Qsonica, LLC, in a partnership that brings together decades of ultrasonic engineering and application expertise.

Since the early 70s, the applications for ultrasonic liquid processors have grown exponentially. Today our products can be found around the world in thousands of laboratories with applications spanning the fields of microbiology, nanotechnology, life science, R&D, engineering and food processing, to name a few.

Over the years, our product line has expanded and now includes a full range of sonicators and accessories featuring Cup Horns, Flocells, Atomizers and Ultrasonic Cleaners.

Sonicators are designed, developed and produced in our ISO 9001-certified manufacturing facility located at corporate headquarters in Connecticut. The sales and marketing office is located in Melville, New York.

Qsonica, LLC


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