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Homogenizer Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of homogenizer manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source homogenizer manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate homogenizer companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer homogenizer for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading homogenizer manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for high pressure homogenizers, homogenizer mixers, or homogenizers for emulsion.

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Are you in need a reliable homogenizer? Our dispersion systems are durable and will offer you amazing results. These units offer an incredible amount of productivity and we assure you our mixers will make your business more efficient. Our mills allow for high usability and can function in the specific parameters in which your application requires. If you would like to learn more information then please visit our website!
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Frain Industries carries a wide variety of homogenizers! For over 30 years we have been providing high quality homogenizers to customers in many industries! Our homogenizers are primarily used in the dairy industry but are also used in other industrial applications as well! The engineers at Frain Industries can customize any machine to meet your exact needs! Call one of our representatives today to learn more!
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Ross manufactures the world's broadest line of High Shear Mixers - from traditional High Speed Dispersers and single-stage Rotor/Stator Mixers to new generation ultra-high shear patented mixing technologies. Our high performance rotor/stator mixers, also sometimes called homogenizers, are available in sizes from benchtop through full-scale production, in batch and in-line configurations, with a multitude of options to help fine-tune mixer performance.
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Are you in need of a truly reversible homogenizer? Some competitors claim their homogenizers to be reversible but our units use distinctly different mixing directions to ensure thorough mixing. These efficient machines are adjustable for a variety of applications. No task is too hard for our homogenizers and you can rely on our company to supply you with all the proper mixing equipment. You want to learn more about all of our reliable solutions please visit our website or give us a call!
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The Boston Shearmill is used in countless applications across the food, beverage, personal care and cosmetics industries. It provides high shear rates and tip speeds for maximum droplet and particle size reduction. Models are available from 15-75 HP, with throughputs from 5-165 GPM depending on feed rate and viscosity. This inline homogenizer can run 24/7 and meets 3-A sanitary standard 36-01. See BostonShearmill.com today!
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Kemutec Group Inc. is a leading manufacturer of high quality industrial blenders-ribbon, paddle, plow, jacketed and continuous. Our blenders are certified sanitary. Kemutec Group Inc. has pre-engineered designs or will custom design to fit your specific needs.
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Homogenizer

Like most mixers, homogenizers are made from metal. Stainless steel is used for mixers that work with food products or beverages. Homogenizers consist of a holding tank, a motor and an array of rotating impellers or high speed rotors that achieve forces high enough to blend any materials. Homogenizers are mixers and are emulsifiers when used with certain substances. Of course, not all mixers are homogenizers. The terms mixers and blenders are sometimes used interchangeably; according to some definitions, however, blenders have sharper blades and operate at higher speeds than mixers. Emulsification may occur, depending on the product; that is, solids or liquids that are usually unable to mix are blending together thoroughly. Homogenizers have been used for a number of years in many industries, including science and technology, food processing and in some industrial mixing processes. Common products that are homogenized include milk and cream or oil and water.

During the process of homogenization, the high shear mixer is immersed in the materials. The high speed rotation of the blades creates suction that draws the solid and liquid portions of the mix into the work head, where the blades are.  Centrifugal force drives the materials out the work head and through the blades, where they are finely milled and evenly dispersed. This process is done in circulation until all of the solid material has been blended and mixed evenly with the liquid, which creates a new substance with a new viscosity and appearance. Mechanical homogenizers fall under two categories: rotor-stator homogenizers and blade type homogenizers. In a rotor-stator homogenizer, material is drawn into the mixing apparatus by a rapidly moving rotor positioned within a motionless tube containing slots or holes. Once there, the material is thrown through the slots/holes at a very high speed. This process is repeated many times, resulting in the mixing of the material. Blade homogenizers use cutting blades which rotate at 6000 to 50000 rpm. These blades, by cutting and blending, completely mix the material within the homogenizer. The latest technology in homogenizers focuses not only on mixing material evenly, but also on preventing cross-contamination, infection control and noise produced by the machine.

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Homogenizers - ARDE Barinco, Inc.
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Homogenizers - ARDE Barinco, Inc.
Homogenizers - ARDE Barinco, Inc.
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