We’ve engineered SONOPET Ultrasonic Aspirator to give surgeons fine control and dependable power to fragment, emulsify and aspirate soft tissue and bone. Engineered to meet the rigorous demands of complex cranial neurosurgery, spine and ENT procedures, the SONOPET system is indicated for use in a wide range of applications:
Durable, reliable standalone system with onboard suction and irrigation
Gastrointestinal and affiliated organ surgery
Plastic and reconstructive surgery
Proprietary LT vibration technology
SONOPET Ultrasonic Aspirator masters fine bone and hard tissue dissection by coupling longitudinal vibration with torsional oscillation. This patented innovation and ergonomic design let you emulsify bone with a high level of precision.
Because calcified and rigid structures don’t absorb ultrasonic oscillation, the SONOPET system cuts bone cells smoothly and efficiently. Underlying soft tissue vibrates with oscillation, moves away from the vibrating tip and remains largely unaffected.
Our bone tips gives you a high degree of control with minimal pressure. Helical reliefs machined into the shaft of the tip redirect the ultrasonic pulse from a purely longitudinal to longitudinal/torsional excursion.
Our superlong lengths give you access to deeper structures and are especially useful in applications that require minimally invasive approaches.
Straight micro diameter
Straight large diameter
Spetzler barracuda large diameter
Spetzler barracuda superlong
Spetzler micro claw long
Spetzler micro claw superlong
Spetzler open angle micro claw
Spetzler open angle micro claw superlong
Payner 360 superlong
Serrated aggressive knife
Nakagawa serrated knife
When seconds matter, the efficiency and ease of the SONOPET system shine through. Because setup is quick and simple, you and your team can focus on what matters most—your patient.
Higher-frequency 34Hz angled handpiece
Designed for delicate tissue removal in superficial lesions, our 34kHz angled handpiece gives you enhanced tactile feedback and more nuanced control.
Higher frequency results in lower amplitude—the distance the tip moves along its length. Because lower amplitude delivers more selectivity and precision, this high-performance handpiece is ideal for work near critical structures and motor centers.