As you seek ways to improve the performance and shelf life of your:
Electrodes for fuel cells and batteries
Pigments for LCD screens and portable electronic devices
Waxes and more
Nanoemulsions and polymer nanoparticles are providing exciting breakthroughs and advances in the chemical industry.
The challenge for you is to find processing equipment that consistently and uniformly produces nano-sized particles, distributes them evenly in the nanoemulsion and lets you scale-up your production seamlessly. Dyhydromatics processors are your solution.
Fabricating nanoemulsions and polymer nanoparticles is faster, easier and more reliable with Dyhydromatics ShearJet processors. As the initial macroemulsion flows through the Diamond Reaction Chamber, each mL experiences the same high shear rates. This allows you to reliably reproduce uniform, highly stable, precisely-sized nano-droplets and nanoparticles without using solvents or surfactants. Fewer passes cut your processing time costs. Plus, the uniformity of the nano-sized particles allows you to sterile-filter your nanoemulsions which can significantly lower your sterilizing expenses.
The ShearJet processors are designed to overcome several other nanoemulsion production challenges. Each comes with a simple-feed, jacketed, helicoil heat exchanger that reduces temperatures that cause denaturing or damage to the microemulsions. You will never have to use ice to chill your nanoemulsion processes again. The ShearJet’s pharma-grade parts are easy to clean between batches so you can meet the most stringent cGMP sanitation protocols. Also, the portability of the HL60 processor makes it an economical addition to your facilities. You simply move it from room to room as you make multiple types of nanoemulsions throughout the day.
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One of the biggest challenges you face in your biochemical research is finding equipment that gently ruptures the largest number of cells in the fewest passes so you can harvest the greatest amount of protein and other cell materials. Typically, as you increase the rupture rates you also increase processing temperatures and/or pressure levels during cell lysing. These higher temperatures and pressure levels can damage or denature the proteins, enzymes, etc., costing you valuable time and wasted product.
Now there is a scalable solution for your biochemical cell lysing applications.
With Dyhydromatics ShearJet processors you can achieve cell rupture rates of 99%-plus and harvest more usable cell material from tough to rupture mammalian, yeast, bacterial (E. coli) and algae cells. As the cells flow through the ShearJet Diamond Reaction Chamber, each experiences the same high shear rates. The resulting large cell membrane fragments make it easier to separate the sought-after cell products from the debris downstream than with a French press, mortar and pestle or high-pressure homogenizers. The ShearJet processing seldom changes the viscosity of the solution, a problem that also occurs when using other cell lysing equipment and techniques.
Each Dyhydromatics processor includes a simple feed, helicoil heat exchanger that effectively cools the product in the Diamond Reaction Chamber so there is little to no damage or denaturing of the proteins, etc. You will never need to add ice during the cell lysing process again. This, plus fewer passes through the chamber, gives you tighter control over the pressure levels, temperature and shearing forces that impact the quality of your harvested cell products.
The ShearJet’s pharma-grade parts are easy to clean between runs so you can meet some of the most stringent cGMP sanitation protocols. Also, the HL60 processor’s portability makes it an economical solution when you need to disrupt multiple types of cells in multiple rooms throughout the day. Just load the processor on a cart and move it to where it is needed next.
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There is an expanding interest in using liposomes in an array of biochemical applications to transport and release drugs, nutrients, etc. through changes in physiochemical or biochemical stimuli. However, one of the biggest challenges you face is finding equipment that lets you scale up without increasing the volume and cost of solvents needed to produce larger quantities.
Dyhydromatics processors offer you a high-quality, scalable solution.
Dyhydromatics ShearJet processors typically do not require solvents to produce high-quality liposomes. That means you can spend less on solvents (and less time removing them) when you scale up your production with these high shear processors.
From small to large quantity liposome production, the ShearJet’s Diamond Reaction Chamber applies the same high-shear rate to every mL that crosses its long-lasting diamond surface. This allows you to consistently produce high quality, uniform, nano-sized liposomes in the quantities you want. Each ShearJet model comes with a simple feed, helicoil heat exchanger that effectively cools your product in the Diamond Reaction Chamber so there is little-to-no denaturing or damage to your liposomes and therapeutic agents. This, plus fewer passes through the chamber, gives you tighter control over the pressure levels, temperature and shearing forces batch after batch.
The ShearJet’s pharma-grade parts are easy to clean between runs so you can meet some of the most stringent cGMP sanitation protocols. Also, the portable HL60 processor is an economical addition to your facilities. Simply load it on a cart and move it from room to room to meet your daily production demands.
Learn how easily and effectively you can scale up your liposome production here. Then arrange for a FREE day of testing at +1 978 461 0200. Soon, you will be producing higher quality liposomes for years.