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  • 5 Facts About Homogenizers for the Biotech Industry
    Homogenization in the Biotech industry is used for many applications, including cell disruption, particle size reduction, micro and nano emulsions, and dispersions. In this growing industry, homogenizers are used to effectively rupture yeast, bacteria, E. coli, fungi cells, and more. Keep reading to discover five interesting facts about homogenizers for the biotech industry.
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  • 3 Advantages of Homogenizers for the Pharmaceutical Industry
    Homogenization – also known as cell fractionation or micronization – is the process of dividing particles into microscopic sizes, ranging anywhere from 0.5 microns to 2 microns, depending on the application. Homogenizers play an important role in the pharmaceutical industry, and are commonly used for dispersions, emulsions, particle size reduction, and cell rupture.
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  • Producing Effective Dispersions
    Producing effective dispersions is a challenge that many industries – including pharmaceutical, biotech, and cosmetic – face on a continuous basis. In the growing world of dispersions, cell lysis,  micronization of particles, and other applications requiring the use of a homogenizer, bridging the gap between R&D and manufacturing is a costly and often unsuccessful challenge.
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  • 4 Techniques in Cell Homogenization
    Cell homogenization, also known as cell micronization or cell fractionation, is the action of reducing the particle size of molecules to facilitate even distribution and emulsification of liquids, creams, or other mediums. This process is extremely common and is used in a number of growing industries: chemical, pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food.
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  • 3 Advantages of Homogenizers for Pharmaceutical Products
    Homogenization – also known as cell fractionation or micronization – is the process of dividing particles into microscopic sizes, ranging anywhere from 0.5 microns to 2 microns, depending on the application. Homogenizers play an important role in the pharmaceutical industry and are commonly used for dispersions, emulsions, particle size reduction, and cell rupture.
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  • Local vs. Systemic Steroids: What's the Difference?
    When most people think of steroids, images of elite athletes using synthetic hormones to gain a competitive advantage may come to mind. However, steroids – more often referred to as corticosteroids in medical circles – are often used to serve a very different purpose. There are numerous varieties of corticosteroid medications, including cortisone, methylprednisolone, and prednisone.
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  • 3 Common Options for High Pressure Homogenizer Products
    Homogenization, also known as particle size reduction, is a powerful technique that is used across a number of growing industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and engineering. This process involves forcing materials through a small orifice to disrupt, break, or otherwise reduce the size of particles within any given material. And while the process of homogenization may...
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  • How to Select a Homogenizer for Particle Size Reduction
    Homogenization, also known a micronization, or more simply, particle size reduction, is a powerful technique used across a number of growing industries: cosmetic, pharmaceutical, biotech, and even food! The next time you spread mayo on your sandwich, use anti-aging cream, or take medication for your pounding headache, you can thank the powers behind homogenization. Aside from creating ...
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  • Choosing the Right Laboratory Homogenizer
    Homogenization, defined as micronization, or more simply put, particle size reduction, plays an important role in a number of industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and even food. The next time you apply anti-aging cream or moisturizer, drink an ice-cold and creamy glass of milk, or take a prescription painkiller, you can thank the powers of homogenization! With the w...
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  • Choosing the Right Pilot & Industrial Homogenizer
    Homogenization, also known as particle size reduction or micronization, is a technique that is widely used across a number of industries: cosmetic, food, pharmaceutical, and biotech. This powerful (and useful) technique allows manufacturers to create uniform creams, visually pleasing sauces, and effective pharmaceutical painkillers, just to name a few applications. And without the inno...
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  • 3 Key Features of Intensifier Pumping Systems
    Homogenization, or particle size reduction, is, as the name suggests, the process of decreasing the size of particles. This popular technique is used in numerous industries for the manufacture of a wide variety of products, from pharmaceutical painkillers to anti-aging cream, and just about everything in between. But in order for homogenizers to do their job, the right technology is ne...
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  • Small Particle Sizes: 3 Key Benefits
    f you work in the fields of biotechnology, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, drugs, or food, chances are you have a good idea of what homogenization is. And if that term sounds foreign to you, you may be wondering what the big deal is about homogenization. No matter which of the two categories you fall into, this article will provide useful information to gain more knowledge and insight into...
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  • Methods of Liquid Homogenization
    Homogenization, or particle size reduction, takes place when particles, molecules, tissues, or other materials are reduced in size. This unique process offers a number of benefits, including more even particle distribution through products like creams, sauces, and medications; it also offers the additional benefit of improved texture, appearance, and taste, which leads to higher custom...
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  • 3 Products that Benefit from Homogenization
    Homogenization, also known as micronization or particle size reduction, is the process of forcing materials through a small orifice to disrupt, lyse, or otherwise reduce the size of the particles within that material. And as those in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, biotech, and food industries know, homogenization is a powerful process tool with countless benefits, including reduced cost...
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  • 4 Benefits of High Pressure Homogenization
    Homogenization is an incredibly useful technique that is becoming more heavily utilized in a number of manufacturing industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food. Homogenization is an important step in creating high-quality products that consumers have grown to expect. With benefits including improved taste, texture, and consistency of products – when then translat...
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  • Micro DeBEE vs. Mini DeBEE High Pressure Homogenizers
    Homogenization, otherwise known as particle size reduction, is heavility utilized in a number of industries. The next time you’re enjoying your smooth, silky body lotion, or your next deliciously creamy glass of milk, you can thank the power of homogenization. It is because of this process that particles are able to be evenly and thoroughly dispersed throughout a number of different me...
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  • How the DeBEE 2000 Can Benefit the Manufacturing Process
    Homogenization is used in a number of important industries, including cosmetic, food, pharmaceutical, and biotech. This process is more simply known as particle size reduction, and occurs when a particle is made smaller. This simple act has countless benefits: increased quality of texture, taste, and appearance, tissues and particles that are more readily studied in laboratory settings...
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  • Homogenization in the Chemical Industry: What to Look for in a Homogenizer
    Homogenization, more simply known as particle size reduction, is a technique that is gaining popularity in a number of industries: cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and food are just a few of the industries that are utilizing technique. But did you know that the chemical industry also utilizes the process of homogenization? It’s true – homogenizers are being used more and more in this growing ...
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  • How the DeBEE 3000 Can Benefit Manufacturing Industries
    Homogenization, also known as particle size reduction, is a relatively simple process that is making huge strides in a number of industries: cosmetic, food, pharmaceutical, and biotech are just a few industries that have realized huge benefits from this technique. And with benefits like improved texture, taste, and quality of food, creams, and other consumer goods, its no wonder that m...
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  • Laboratory Homogenizers: Which One Should You Choose?
    Homogenization, also known as micronization or particle size reduction, is simply described as the reduction of particles to achieve an end goal. The industry often dictates what the end goal is; in the cosmetic industry, for example, the goal is to create a cream with a consistent texture and appearance. In the pharmaceutical industry, the end goal might be an evenly dispersed active ...
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  • Dounce Homogenizer vs. High Pressure Homogenizer
    In the growing field of biotechology, homogenization – also known as micronization or more simply, particle size reduction – is an important process step in the study of tissues, cells, and other living organisms. However, although homogenization seems like a relatively simple process, it is one wrought with many options, each having their own sets of pros and cons. In this article, we...
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  • Sonication Cell Lysis: How Does it Compare to Homogenization
    Homogenization, also known as micronization or particle size reduction, is an important process step that is utilized in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food. With benefits like improved taste, texture, and appearance, its no wonder that more and more industries are looking to purchase a homogenizer for their manufacturing needs!
  • Cell Disruption Methods: Which One Should You Use?
    Cell disruption is a critical part of the overall homogenization process, and is used by a number of industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food. But where does cell homogenization fit into the overall process of homogenization? What are the different methods of cell disruption? And most importantly, which method should you use? Continue reading for the answers to...
  • Microemulsions as a Drug Delivery System
    Homogenization, also known as particle size reduction, is a technique that is gaining popularity in numerous industries, including pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food. In the pharmaceutical industry, where production of drugs, antibiotics, and other essential medications are paramount to the success of the industry, it is important to understand one important concept: microemulsions. To...
  • Plant and Animal Cell Homogenization: Similarities and Differences
    Homogenization is defined as the reduction of particle size of any given molecule. It is a process that is often used in the pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical industries. However, before embarking upon the journey to select the right homogenizer for the job, it is important to first have some vital knowledge under your belt. In the world of homogenization within the...
  • Homogenization in the Beverage Industry
    Homogenization, also known as micronization or more simply, particle size reduction, is an important process step that is executed in a number of industries: pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and biotech. But did you know that this powerful technique is also used in the beverage industry? It’s true. Manufacturers in this industry utilize the process of homogenization to ensure their end produc...
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  • 3 Benefits of Efficient Particle Size Reduction
    Particle size reduction is a powerful technique that is used in a number of growing manufacturing industries, including pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and biotech. With benefits including a longer shelf life of final product, as well as improved taste, texture, and appearance, it’s no wonder that more and more industries are looking to utilize this incredible process step. However, when cho...
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  • How the DeBEE 4000 Can Benefit Manufacturing Industries
    More and more, common industries — cosmetic, food, pharmaceutical, and biotech, to name a few — are utilizing homogenization equipment to improve their processes. With benefits including improved product texture, taste, and quality, as well as reduced manufacturing costs, its no wonder that more and more industries are looking to get involved in the powerful homogenization process. How...
  • High Pressure Homogenizers: How They Help with Chemical Applications
    High pressure homogenizers are gaining in popularity among a number of growing industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical, food, and cosmetic. The benefits of this powerful technology are many. However, before purchasing your next high pressure homogenizers, it may be useful to understand more about how this equipment can help with chemical applications. Continue reading t...
  • Pilot and Industrial Homogenizers: Which One Should You Choose?
    Regardless of the industry you are in, there is a high likelihood that you have either used homogenization equipment or are planning to in the near future. With industries such as cosmetic, food, pharmaceutical, and biotech all utilizing the process of homogenization in one form or another, you’ll be hard pressed to find an industry that doesn’t use this innovative and groundbreaking t...
  • High Pressure Homogenization for the Biotechnology Industry
    Homogenization, also known as particle size reduction, has countless benefits for a number of industries, including pharmaceutical, cosmetic, food, and fuel. However, the biotechnology industry also has a use for the powerful technology that homogenizing equipment offers.  The synthesis of biofuels, medicine, and vaccinations are just a few things that this growing field is responsible...
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  • 3 Major Benefits of Homogenizers in the Food Industry
    Homogenization, also known as micronization or, more simply, particle size reduction, is a process that is growing in popularity in a number of manufacturing industries, including cosmetic, chemical, biotech, and pharmaceutical. However, few people realize that the process of homogenization is utilized in another industry, one that affects virtually all of us – food! The use of homogen...
  • How Homogenizing Cell Technology Works
    Homogenization, also known as micronization or particle size reduction, is an important processing step in a number of growing industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food. This critical processing step allows for active ingredients to assimilate more readily into a number of given mediums – creams or sauces, for example – to create an ideal texture, taste, and app...
  • Laboratory vs. Industrial Homogenizers: Which One is Best for You?
    Homogenization is defined as the process of reducing particle size. This process is utilized in a number of industries, including pharmaceutical, cosmetic, biotech, and food. With benefits including increased shelf life, increased taste, texture, and visual appearance, and lower overall cost, it’s no wonder that more and more industries are on the market for a homogenizer that can opti...
  • Chemical Processing Equipment: How High Pressure Homogenizers Work
    Homogenization is defined as the reduction of particle sizes. This process can be accomplished several different ways, through mechanical, manual, or chemical means. And while high pressure homogenization is quickly gaining popularity in the fields of biotech, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food, it is in the chemical field that the use of high pressure homogenizers is quickly gaining g...
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  • How Homogenizers Benefit the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Process
    Homogenization, the process of reducing particle size, is gaining popularity in the pharmaceutical field, where its benefits can be realized in the research and development of new medicines, drugs, and treatments. But how exactly do high pressure homogenizers benefit the pharmaceutical manufacturing process? And what advantages do BEE International homogenizers over equipment offered b...
  • What Is The Best Equipment for Tissue Homogenization?
    Homogenization is defined as the process of reducing the particle size of an object. A number of industries utilize this method to optimize their finished product: pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food. And while homogenization itself is a relatively simple concept to understand, there are many variations of the technique, all dependent on the type of object that is being reduced...
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  • Laboratory Homogenizers: What to Look for Before Purchasing
    Homogenization, also known as particle size reduction or micronization, is a popular technique used across varying industries: pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food. Homogenization equipment can be used in virtually any environment, from laboratory and R&D settings to pilot and larger industrial plants. However, before selecting the right homogenizer for the task at hand, it is i...
  • Suspension vs. Emulsion: How Do They Differ?
    Homogenization – also known as particle size reduction – is a growing technique used in a multitude of industries. With benefits to the end product including longer shelf life, lower cost, and improved look, taste, and texture, it’s no wonder more and more industries are looking to incorporate this technique into their process!
  • The Homogenization Process: How BEE Makes It Better
    Homogenization, also known as micronization or particle size reduction, is a common (and increasingly growing!) technique among many industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food. The benefits of homogenization are endless. Homogenization increases shelf life and stability of products, results in better taste, look, and texture of food items, and in many cases, it o...
  • What is High Pressure Pasteurization?
    Most people in the biotech, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food industries are familiar with homogenization – the process of reducing particle size. But what about high pressure pasteurization? This technique has been around for quite some time, and is slowly gaining commercial importance. Continue reading to learn more about this growing technique, and how it is best utilized in variou...
  • Laboratory, Pilot, and Industrial Homogenizers: Which One is Right for You?
    If you work in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, biotech, or food industries, it is likely that you are familiar with the process of homogenization. Chances are even higher that you utilize this technique yourself. Homogenization, also known as micronization or particle size reduction, is a process that is growing increasingly popular in a number of industries. The simple act of reducing a...
  • How Does an Ultrasonic Homogenizer Change the Homogenization Process?
    Homogenization – also known as micronization or simply particle size reduction, is a process that is utilized in a number of growing industries: pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food are just a few of the industries that use this innovative technique. Homogenization represents just one way of reducing a given particle’s size, and within the field of homogenization, there are nume...
  • Homogenization vs. Pasteurization: What’s the Difference?
    Homogenization, also known as particle size reduction or micronization, is an essential step utilized in a number of growing industries: pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical, cosmetic, and food. The act of homogenization allows for numerous benefits to the end product: longer shelf life, increased stability of the final product, and lower overall cost. It’s no wonder more and more compani...
  • How the Cell Wall Effects Homogenization
    Homogenization, also known as micronization or particle size reduction, is the process of breaking cells or particles apart. This technique is gaining popularity in a number of industries, including pharmaceutical, cosmetic, biotech, and food. Small particle sizes are beneficial to many key manufacturing processes, such as the formulation of creams, sauces, and medicines. Small particl...
  • How to Select a Homogenizer for Emulsions
    Homogenization, also known as particle size reduction, is an ever-growing process that is used in a variety of industries, including (but not limited to) pharmaceutical, biotech, cosmetic, and food. With benefits like reduction of product cost, improved taste, appearance, texture, and shelf life, and increased overall customer satisfaction, it’s no wonder more and more industries are l...
  • Colloid vs. Suspension: What is the Difference?
    Homogenizers are gaining popularity in the industries of biotech, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food. They have been proven to simplify processes, improve taste, texture, and appearance of finished products, and save money – and time. Who wouldn’t want to implement this powerful technology? However, before selecting a homogenizer for the task at hand, it is important to understand two ...
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  • Why is Dairy Processing Equipment Skyrocketing in Popularity?
    Equipment frequently used in dairy processing includes homogenizers, pasteurizers, separators, evaporators and dryers, membrane filtration equipment, churning machines, crystallizers, cheese vats and more. This equipment has been used for decades in the production of traditional dairy products like milk, cheese and yoghurt. In recent years, however, the demand for dairy processing equ...
  • Cell Rupture: Detergents vs Traditional Physical Methods
    Detergents for Cell Rupture Detergents (or surfactants) are used in cell lysis solutions because they disrupt the distinct interface between hydrophobic and hydrophilic systems. They help to solubilize membrane proteins and lipids, thereby causing the cell to lyse and release its contents. Detergents are comprised of a polar hydrophilic head group and a nonpolar hydrophobic tail. Th...
  • Types of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Equipment
    Pharmaceutical manufacturing is a highly controlled and regulated environment. Almost every process can be automated; and there is a piece of pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment involved in every step. Below, we have highlighted some common equipment used in solid dose (tablet and capsule) and liquid pharmaceutical manufacturing: Processing equipment Agitators: To mix liqui...

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