When is the Right Time to Purchase an Industrial Homogenizer?

Posted by David Shechter on Jun 12, 2019, 9:00:00 AM

Industrial HomogenizerIn manufacturing terms, bigger is often better, especially if you’re talking about the equipment that companies need to process the products they sell. Indeed, profitability frequently depends on a company’s ability to meet consumer demand while simultaneously maintaining quality and safeguarding costs. Many accomplish this by utilizing large capacity processing equipment to render bigger outputs in less time. By increasing product volume, decreasing manufacturing duration and maintaining the integrity and reliability of both via automated (not manual) processes, companies in all types of industries can generate bigger financial gains.

 

For those industries tasked with creating homogenized products, large scale equipment can facilitate better micronization, better mixing and better scalability (i.e., better overall results). If you’ve ever struggled to meet the demands of your customers or to verify the accuracy, efficacy, constancy and consistency of your products, then investing in an industrial homogenizer will likely solve a lot of your problems. Here’s how you’ll know it’s the right time to purchase an industrial homogenizer:

 

You Have High Product Demand

Industrial homogenizers are created specifically for bulk processing. Whereas laboratory homogenizers are perfectly capable of (and generally preferred for) handling small batch loads, industrial homogenizers can accommodate large quantities of materials, making it easier for companies to process a lot of product in less time. If you’ve moved past the initial research and development stage and have a final product to mass produce, it’s the right time to buy an industrial homogenizer.

 

You Need Flexibility for Processing

An industrial homogenizer is usually more versatile than a laboratory homogenizer, with advanced options available for tailoring processing functions according to individual need. At BEE International, our industrial homogenizers incorporate our patented Emulsifying Cell (EC) technology, a linear process that guarantees scalability of results each and every run. Our machines also include proprietary software, the “most advanced, reliable, and versatile intensifier technology on the market” and an automation system that allows for continuous operation, advanced data collection and integration with plant controls, generating countless opportunities for customization.

  

You Want To Minimize Costs

Bigger machines can cost more and warrant more maintenance. However, our DeBEE 4000 industrial homogenizer model comes equipped with hydraulically-driven vertical intensifier pumps that effectively lower maintenance costs and a “unique CIP position [that enables] flow through the high pressure cylinder for faster and more thorough cleaning.” Both of these features help keep our machines running smoothly and cleanly. Oftentimes, smaller homogenizing systems become overstressed trying to accommodate the processing of an unrealistic load. This not only wears out the machine’s mechanics, it requires more labor, more maintenance and probably more repair, all factors that accumulate more expense in the long run. A BEE International industrial homogenizer can mitigate that problem.

 

You Must Verify Safety Compliance

Manufacturing plants are required to adhere to certain sanitary and safety guidelines. Thus, most industrial homogenizers support compliance with FDA, CGMP and 3-A standards. Our BEE International industrial homogenizers offer this feature, as well as additional ones meant to make cleaning machine parts easier and more effective so that you can adhere to industry standards with minimal disruption to the production process. You should purchase an industrial homogenizer if you are required to verify any trade and/or government guidelines.

 

Want to Learn More?

Homogenizers are essential expenses for companies needing to homogenize and/or reduce the size of the particles in their product(s). Industrial homogenizers, in particular, can help large companies meet manufacturing demand, validate quality and ensure product stability and performance. All our equipment comes with a two year warranty to further protect your investment, your time and the trust of the people you serve. Contact us to learn more.

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