Homogenization, otherwise known as particle size reduction, is heavility utilized in a number of industries. The next time you’re enjoying your smooth, silky body lotion, or your next deliciously creamy glass of milk, you can thank the power of homogenization. It is because of this process that particles are able to be evenly and thoroughly dispersed throughout a number of different mediums, resulting in improved texture, visual appearance, and taste, and adding up to big savings in the form of customer satisfaction and repeat business. With all of the benefits of homogenization, its no wonder that more and more industries are looking to jump on board!
However, before choosing the right homogenizer for the job, it is important to have a good understanding of your options. Here at Pion, we have a number of high quality high pressure homogenizers that are well suited to complete the task at hand. Two of our most popular homogenizers, the Micro DeBEE and the Nano DeBEE, are often used in laboratory settings. But what are the differences, and which one should you choose for your project? Continue reading to learn more!
Micro DeBEE Laboratory Homogenizer
The Micro DeBEE Laboratory Homogenizer is an Air Operated, Benchtop unit that is suitable for a broad range of industrial and laboratory applications. This unit is small, but mighty, boasting a capacity of 15 liters per hour. It is suitable for cell disruption, particle size reduction, work with polymers and liposomes, and the creation of stable nano and micro emulsions and dispersions.
Mini DeBEE Laboratory Homogenizer
The Mini DeBEE Laboratory Homogenizer is larger than the Micro DeBEE, but don’t let the size fool you – while it can be used for larger scale production, it is suitable for laboratory production as well. This unit operates at up to 45,000 psi, and allows for repeatability and scalability of results. It is also easy to clean and maintain, with no disassembly required.
Pion's BEE Brand: The Best Choice For Homogenization Equipment
No matter what your application is, Pion is sure to have the right homogenizer for the job. We are here to answer any and all questions that you may have, and we offer lifetime training for new employees and students. Please contact us today to learn more about our high quality homogenizing equipment. We look forward to working with you on your next project.