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November 16th, 2007

New Standard Features for Microfluidics M-110EH-30 Microfluidizer Processor

Abstract:
Microfluidics' latest version of its versatile model M-110EH Microfluidizer® high-shear processor, the M-110EH-30, now incorporates new capabilities and features into the original system architecture making ideal for both laboratory and small pilot batches. Designed to operate reliably and efficiently at up to 30,000 psi process pressure, the M-110EH-30 enables the production of nano-suspensions and nano-emulsions, as well as liposomal encapsulation and cell disruption with the least number of passes.

The M-110EH-30 is an excellent machine for producing small batches for clinical trials and for most any other small pilot runs. It comes standard with a diamond interaction chamber and provides an average flow rate (with water) of 330 ml/min at 30,000 psi process pressure and can easily handle batch sizes of up to several gallons.

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