FAQFrequently Asked Questions
What does «Homogenizing» mean?
Homogenisation is the process of producing a uniform (homogeneous) mixture of different components of a solution that are not soluble in each other. Generally, the emulsion (Liquid-Liquid) or suspension (Particle-Liquid) is more stable for small droplets or particles.
How far should the POLYTRON® aggregate be immersed into the sample?
This depends very much on the material and the aggregate. Please contact our experts for precise information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are there limitations regarding the viscosity of a solution to be homogenized?
The liquid to be homogenised should be "flowable". Depending on the flow properties, a pump can additionally be used in a continuous process. For detailed information on your material and application, please contact our expert team email@example.com
Can POLYTRON® aggregates be autoclaved?
Please contact our team for more information firstname.lastname@example.org or CONTACT FORM
What is the throughput that can be achieved with KIN equipment?
The throughput can vary from a few litres per hour up to 250'000L/h for continuous processes. The throughput always depends on the material and the particle/droplet size to be achieved. If you need more detailed information about your process, please contact our experts: email@example.com / CONTACT FORM
What is the highest viscosity that can be processed using KIN equipment?
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Is Material X resistance to Viton etc.?
For information on resistance, please contact our experts firstname.lastname@example.org