Producing the smallest, most uniform particle sizes in emulsions and dispersions in the fewest passes, improving product stability. Learn more below.

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The quality parameters of emulsions, suspensions and dispersions are:

Smallest droplet size – smallest ratio of droplet surface area to droplet volume

Narrow particle size distribution – most of the droplets at or below the target size and no "tails" on the distribution graph

Our homogenizer's excel at efficiently producing emulsions, suspensions and dispersions with droplets and particles in the size range from a few nanometers to a few micrometers and very narrow particle size distributions. This is accomplished by three different physical mechanisms:

1. Impingement on entry to the nozzle area

2. High liquid shear in the nozzle

3. Sudden pressure drop upon discharge

Our Homogenizers - more benefits:

Production of uniform target nanoparticle sizes in the fewest passes

Higher stability (longer shelf life)

Sterilisation by filtration (for medical suspensions)

Higher efficacy (absorption), controlled release, odour and flavour masking

The benefits above, and others, often lead to lower production costs. Our on-going maintenance costs are also some of lowest in the industry.

Our Homogenizers - more features:

The following unique features enable the user to create emulsions and dispersions with smallest particles sizes and narrowest particle size distributions in the smallest number of passes:

High, Very High and Ultra High Pressure Homogenizers, to maximise the intensity of the process

Exceptionally wide range of pressure, for maximum versatility

Precise control of the pressure throughout the range, and constant pressure once set, for narrowest particle size distribution, reproducibility and scalability

Sophisticated temperature control systems, including pre- and post-cooling or heating, to preserve product integrity

The table below illustrates.

Products and Pressure Ranges - in MPa and psi


20 to 150 MPa  --> 3000 to 22,000 psi


20 to 150 MPa  --> 3000 to 22,000 psi


20 to 200 MPa  --> 3000 to 30,000 psi


20 to 350 MPa  --> 3000 to 50,000 psi


20 to 400 MPa  --> 3000 to 60,000 psi


Nano Cellulose

(1) Preheating to 80°C (lipid melt temperature) is possible.

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