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GEA XStream Lab Homogenizer

This table top unit is dedicated to facilitate the testing and scaling of the NiSoX-Valve benefits in various applications while ensuring safe, smart and easy operating conditions.

With an innovative ergonomic geometry and design, the XStream Lab Homogenizer is suitable to carry out tests in your laboratory and to ensure the scalability of obtainted results in industrial scale production.

Distinctive features:

  • Best performance thanks to the NiSoX-Valve
  • Ergonomic and specifically designed for a perfect fit on laboratory desks
  • Easy operation and control through an HMI 7’’ touchscreen 
  • Automatic pressure set-up and adjustment
  • Easy reproduction and scalability of test results
  • cGMP, CFR21 and Gamp certifications
  • Easy validation process

Two models available with a full list of options for any specific requirements.

ModelMax pressure (bar)Max flow-rate (l/h)
XStream Lab Homogenizer 1000100020
XStream Lab Homogenizer 200020009

Reimagine liquids

Reimagine Liquids

It may surprise you how many products need homogenization in their manufacturing process to make them more compatible with your daily life. Stabilization and a longer shelf life have always been among the highest priorities in many different processing industries but, especially nowadays, as lifestyles continue to change rapidly, they are becoming more and more valued. 

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