Rotary homogenizer BK-H6B
overheadsample preparationtissue

rotary homogenizer
rotary homogenizer
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Characteristics

Motion type
rotary, overhead
Applications
sample preparation, tissue
Configuration
benchtop, hand-held
Display
without display
Other characteristics
variable-speed
Speed

Max.: 30,000 rpm
(188,495.6 rad.min-1)

Min.: 8,000 rpm
(50,265.5 rad.min-1)

Temperature range

Min.: -60 °C
(-76 °F)

Description

Introduction: BK-H6B type is suitable for mixing, emulsification and homogenization of liquid and liquid; dispersion of liquid and solid powder; It can be used in pharmaceutical, biochemical, food, nanomaterials, coatings, adhesives, daily chemicals, printing and dyeing, petrochemicals, papermaking chemistry, polyurethane, inorganic salts, asphalt, silicone, pesticides, water treatment, heavy oil emulsification, Diesel emulsification, electronics, batteries and other industries are also ideal products for factories, scientific research institutions, colleges and universities, medical units, etc. for scientific research, product development, quality control and application in the production process. Feature: 1. One-handed control, user-friendly operation, super power, better experimental effect; 2. Double insulation protection to ensure safety; 3. All parts of the working head contacting the material are made of high-quality stainless steel, with good corrosion resistance; 4. The working head is connected with the drive motor by a coupling, which is easy and flexible to disassemble; 5. Stepless speed controller, convenient speed regulation and stable operation.

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FIME

19-21 Jun 2024 Miami (USA - Florida)

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    FIME

    19-21 Jun 2024 Miami (USA - Florida) Stand W17

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