Biotech high pressure homogenizers are the most efficient fluid processing equipment for cell disruption and particle size reduction for micro and nano emulsions and dispersions which is critical in Biotech products are found in a wide variety of industries such as pharmaceutical, food, chemicals, plastics, textiles and paper.

advantages-of-high-pressure-homogenization-for-biotechnology.jpgAs more people around the world receive healthcare and the use of bioprocesses to produce products such as fuel ethanol and bio-plastics expands, the biotechnology industry is driven to produce new innovations, productivity gains and cost savings.

The design of our biotech high pressure homogenizer technology focuses on breaking particles apart in a controlled manner. In the laboratory, our instruments allow scientists to vary the cavitation, shear and impact forces applied to a formulation. Enabling developers to:

Optimize the process of rupturing cells for specific cell types. E. coli, yeast, bacteria, mammalian tissue, insects and fungi cells can each be ruptured with the most efficient process for the highest recovery rates. Precious cell materials are harvested without the use of solvents and chemicals. The right process means higher yields in less time.

Produce nanoparticles of matter which due to their size exhibit unusual and often useful properties.

3D_Cell_rupture.jpgDevelopments in the laboratory are 100% scalable to manufacturing. 

Our biotech high pressure homogenizers improve results in Bio-pharmacy, Nano-biotechnology, Bio-agriculture, Industrial -biotechnology and Bio-environment where scientists:

  • Create more effective medicines with fewer side effects
  • Modifying microorganisms to produce vaccines and antibiotics
  • Synthesize new chemicals 
  • Develop alternative Biofuels 

Contact us today to test your biotech product on the top of the line high pressure homogenizers or if you want to learn more, read some of our popular biotechnology industry blogs:

  1. Advantages of High Pressure Homogenization for Biotechnology
  2. 3 Best Practices for Preventing Contamination in Life Science Laboratories
  3. Why the Biotechnology Industry Needs Homogenizers
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