Does your lab need to incorporate cell disruption? Particle size reduction? Creation of emulsions or dispersions? Using a homogenizer will be the best bet for each, and with good reason, as the machines can be incredibly effective in their intended uses. Moreover, potential consumers may find themselves wooed by the multiple cost-saving avenues offered by some homogenizer models. For example, the Nano DeBEE is a laboratory homogenizer manufactured by BEE International, and has both benefits for laboratory applications as well as significant cost-saving opportunities. Keep reading to learn more about how the Nano DeBEE can save you money!
Decreased Number of Passes
The Nano DeBEE is a mechanical homogenizer, meaning that it achieves its intended function by use of mechanical force as opposed to thermal or other means. Distinguishing this model from others, in particular, is its use of multiple forces like pressure, turbulence, cavitation, and flow, which enhance its effect. This means that a sample requires fewer passes to achieve the same effect; while many other models require more than 4 passes, the Nano DeBEE may need only 1-2, saving both money on reagents and expensive equipment, as well as utility costs.
Easy Cleaning & Maintenance
Research equipment that is cleaned and maintained on a regular basis benefits in two major fashions: 1) Its function is efficient, meaning that the researcher won’t find himself/herself burning through reagents and materials in an inefficient process, and 2) The likelihood for breakdown is much lower than it would otherwise be, allowing experiments to run on schedule. The Nano DeBEE is easy to clean and maintain, and BEE also offers unmatched customer support for those times when it doesn’t feel so easy.
Scalable to Manufacturing
The Nano DeBEE is ideal for small sample sizes, as it is intended for laboratory and R&D use. Yet particularly relevant for researchers in the product development industry is a homogenizer’s scalability. If the machine is scalable to manufacturing, the process should not have to be optimized when tried and tested on larger machines. This can, across the multiple years oftentimes needed for a product to make it to consumer cabinets, save an immense amount of money that would otherwise need to be used for optimization.
BEE International: The Homogenizer Advantage
On determining which homogenizer will be right for your lab, begin your search with BEE International Technology. They are globally recognized among laboratory managers and researchers for their high quality products and excellent customer support. Cell lysis and particle size reduction are two of a variety of applications for BEE homogenizers; nano/micro emulsions, lipids, suspensions, and dispersions are also easily achievable. Additionally, the homogenizer processes can be controlled to suit your product, which will allow you to customize to your cell type. And finally, the equipment is easy to use, produces higher yield in less time, and achieves results that are reproducible and scalable.
Learn more about how BEE homogenizers can improve your experimentation by contacting us today.
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