Homogenizing Valves

Homogenizing valve is one of the most important elements of GEA homogenizers to make happen the homogenization products effectively.

Fluids, pumped from the compression block to the homogenizing valve, pass through the valve and thanks to fluid dynamics energy, particles break down to the order of magnitude of micrometers and nanometers, depending on the characteristics of the product.

The research and design of GEA valves are based on high technologies able to work at the lowest pressure degree valuable, that’s why we can optimize the homogenization process of homogenizers ensuring both desired results and lesser energizing operation consumption.

GEA homogenizing valves can vary for design and dimension, according to micronization and dispersion the product required. A wide range of valves is available to satisfy every needs in relation to different flow rate and pressure rate combinations, that might change for various applications.

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