How the DeBEE 2000 Can Benefit the Manufacturing Process

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Tal Shechter
Mar 23, 2017
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How the DeBEE 2000 Can Benefit the Manufacturing Process

Homogenization is used in a number of important industries, including cosmetic, food, pharmaceutical, and biotech. This process is more simply known as particle size reduction, and occurs when a particle is made smaller. This simple act has countless benefits: increased quality of texture, taste, and appearance, tissues and particles that are more readily studied in laboratory settings, and lower production costs. With all of these benefits (and many more!) it’s no wonder that more and more industries are looking to get involved in this powerful process by purchasing a homogenizer for their industry.

However, before taking on this task, it is important to understand the options that are available. BEE International is here to help! BEE – short for Best Emulsifying Equipment – stays true to its name with a number of machines that can help with the process of homogenization. Our homogenizers are well suited for virtually any application and just about any setting, from a smaller laboratory or R&D setting, to pilot plants, all the way to large scale manufacturing plants.

One of our more popular laboratory scale models is the DeBEE 2000. What does this powerful piece of equipment do? How can it help in your industry? What benefits and features does it offer? Continue reading to learn the answers to all of those questions and more. 

The DeBEE 2000 is designed to facilitate process development in a laboratory or R&D setting.  This series includes the DeBEE 2000-45-30, DeBEE 2000-45-60, DeBEE 2000-30-60, DeBEE 2000-25-100, and DeBEE 2000-20-120 models. The technology contains a proprietary homogenizing cell that allows for unmatched results in fewer passes. The DeBEE 2000 series is also well suited to produce results that are not just repeatable, but scalable as well. Other features include:

  • Easy to clean
  • Variable operating pressure up to 45,000psi
  • Modular design for lower cost replacement parts
  • PLC control and monitoring for simple operation
  • Constant process pressure for tighter product distribution
  • Ability to control cavitation, pressure, shear, and impact
  • Adjustable back pressure
  • Stainless steel enclosure
  • Dual feed
  • Dual jet
  • Automatic Clean in Place (CIP)

To learn more about the DeBEE 2000, as well as how we at Pion can help with your next homogenization project, please contact us today.

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