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High Pressure Homogenizing

High pressure homogenizing technique produces stable nanoemulsions, reduce particle size or molecular weight of Vaccine Adjuvants, Lipid Nanoparticles, Cell Disruption, Nanoencapsulation, Liposomes, Deagglomeration. More efficient reduction of particles to the nano level will yield greater stability, longer shelf life, more efficient use of raw materials, and significant potential savings in the filter area.

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Creating tiny particles is one step. A crucial second factor, often overlooked by manufacturers of other particle size reduction equipment, is generating a uniform particle size distribution in the process. By precisely controlling the level of shear applied, we are able to process shear-sensitive materials and high-pressure applications. More efficient reduction of particles to the nano level allows customers to use less energy to achieve particle size results that are, on average, half the size of even the most effective homogenizer outputs. This yields greater stability, longer shelf life, more efficient use of raw materials, and significant potential savings in the filter area. 

The process of transferring the results of lab-scale R&D work to the pilot plant and then finally on to production scale is a critical link in the pharmaceutical production chain. Microfluidizer® technology is further differentiated from other technologies in that not only results repeatable from batch to batch, but also from lab environments to pilot and production volumes. 

The high-pressure homogenizers are used extensively in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, energy, cosmetic/cosmeceutical, and food/nutraceutical industries in the application of Nanoemulsions, Vaccine Adjuvants, Lipid Nanoparticles, Cell Disruption, Nanoencapsulation, Liposomes, Deagglomeration, and Particle Size Reduction. 

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