Ultrasonic Homogenization

Ultrasonic homogenizers, or sonicators, are used in cell lysis and particle size reduction applications. This equipment uses pulsed, high frequency sound waves to disrupt particles through a phenomenon called cavitation. Cavitation occurs when a rapid pressure change causes “liquid-free zones” or cavities in a liquid.

The electrical energy is converted into sound energy through the transducer, and this energy is transformed into dense small bubbles through the liquid medium. These small bubbles burst rapidly, producing energy like small bombs, thereby breaking cells and other substances. effect.




Intelligent Ultrasonic Homogenizer

HX-650 (0.1-600ml)

HX-650E (0.1-600ml)

HX-1000 (0.1-800ml)

HX-1000E (0.1-800ml)

Lab Ultrasonic Homogenizer

JY96-IIN (0.1-150ml)

JY88-IIN (0.1-300ml)

JY92-IIN (0.1-500ml)

JY92-IIDN (0.1-600ml)

Hand-Held Ultrasonic Homogenizer

UP-250 (0.1-150ml)

UP-400 (0.1-300ml)

Homogeneous Emulsification

Emulsion can generally be obtained through the joint action of emulsifier and mechanical force. Its preparation technology ranges from the most traditional stirring emulsification technology to modern research and application of phacoemulsification homogenization technology, stator and rotor emulsification homogenization technology, and membrane emulsification homogenization technology. Technology, micro-channel emulsification and homogenization technology, high-pressure emulsification and homogenization technology can realize the preparation of various performance emulsions.

Emulsification homogenization is an equipment method commonly used in the modern world to produce milk and paste homogeneous products aseptically under vacuum. It is usually widely used in cosmetics, medicine, food, chemical and other industries. Such as ketchup, peanut butter, flavoring, baby food, etc. in the food industry; creams and beauty creams in the cosmetics industry; ointments, ointments, emulsions, lotions, suppositories, etc. in the pharmaceutical industry; certain coatings and dyes in the chemical industry Wait.




Hand-held Homogenizer

HR-6B (1000-35000rpm, 0.1-150ml)

High Shear Homogenizing Emulsifier

HR-500 (8000-28000rpm, 0.2-7000ml)

HR-500D (8000-28000rpm, 0.2-7000ml, LED display)

High Speed Dispersing Homogenizer

FJ200 (300-23000rpm, 30-1500ml, φ12 mm, φ18mm)

FJ200-SH (300-23000rpm, 30-1500ml, φ12 mm, φ18mm, digital display)

Shear Dispersing Homogenizer

JRJ300-D-1 (200-11000rpm, 40L, φ70mm)

JRJ300-SH (200-11000rpm, 40L, φ70mm, digital display)

Stomacher Blender

Paddle Blender

HX-4 (3-400ml)

HX-4M (3-400ml, with sterilization)

HX-4GM (3-400ml, with heating & sterilization)

Stirring & Blending

Overhead stirrers are generally more robust than magnetic stirrers and are made up of the stirrer, rods, paddles and stands. They are used more commonly for large volume and viscous solutions. The variety of paddle types can be used for different applications as they create different stirring motions.

Magnetic stirrers use a rotating magnetic field to cause a stirrer bar, immersed within a liquid, to spin and therefore stir. Most magnetic stirrers are suitable for small volumes of low viscosity. However there are some models which have been developed to handle large volumes and high viscosity. The plates of magnetic stirrers are generally made of either ceramic or stainless steel.

Stirrer hotplates are stirrers combined with a hot plate. Either function can be use on its own on combined with each other.




Overhead Stirrer

RWD50 (20L, 30-2200rpm)

RWD100 (40L, 30-2200rpm)

RWD150 (60L, 30-2200rpm)

Electric Mixer

JB90-D (100-1400rpm, 28000ml)

JB200-D (50-1200rpm, 60000ml)

JB300-D (50-1500rpm, 85000ml)

JB50-SH (100-1300rpm, 15000ml)

JB90-SH (100-1400rpm, 28000ml)

JB300-SH (50-1500rpm, 85000ml)

Magnetic Stirrer

HMS-1 (50-1800rpm、0-5000ml)

HMS-1A (50-2000rpm、0-10000ml)

Multi-position Stirrer

HMS-4D (4 position, 500ml*4, 30-1500rpm)

HMS-6D (6 position, 500ml*6, 30-1500rpm)

HMS-8D (8 position, 500ml*8, 30-1500rpm)

HMS-12D (12 position, 500ml*12, 30-1500rpm)

Heating Magnetic Stirrer

HMS-203 (50-2000rpm, 10L, RT+5-160℃)

HMS-203D (digital display, 50-2000rpm, 10L, RT+5-160℃)

HMS-205 (100-2000rpm, 20L, RT+5-250℃)

HMS-205D (digital display, 100-2000rpm, 20L, RT+5-250℃)

HMS-208 (100-2000rpm, 20L, RT+5-350℃)

HMS-208D (digital display, 100-2000rpm, 20L, RT+5-350℃)

Mixing& Shaking

Laboratory mixers and shakers are instruments that help to form a homogenous mixture from more than one ingredient. Used in many types of industry, such as food and beverage, cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and electronics, as well as labs that deal with life sciences, wastewater treatment, and biotech, laboratory mixers and shakers are an important part of many labs.

Laboratory shakers and rotators are used to blend or agitate samples within flasks or tubes. These devices consist of a housing containing the motor and control panels, upon which an agitation platform is attached. The platform may have simple grooves for supporting flasks and tubes horizontally as the device moves, or it may have basket style holders that keep the sample holders upright.

Unlike laboratory mixers, which tend to shred or damage constituent sample materials, laboratory shakers generally leave sample material intact, although mixed. Many laboratory shakers are available with some form of temperature control to incubate, foster or retard reactions, or to maintain stasis.




Vortex Mixer

Vortex-1 (2800rpm, fixed)

Vortex-2 (0-2800rpm)

Multiple-tube Vortex Mixer

HT-200 (500-2500rpm、4mm horizontal rotation)

Roller Shaker

HTG-6 (Sway and roll, 24mm, 4kg, 6roller, 20~100rpm)

HTG-10 (Sway and roll, 24mm, 4kg, 10roller, 20~100rpm)

HTG-6D (Sway and roll, 24mm, 4kg, 6roller, 20~100rpm, LCD, timing)

HTG-10D (Sway and roll, 24mm, 4kg, 10roller, 20~100rpm, LCD, timing)

Rotary Shaker

HT-X100 (5-200rpm)

Multifunctional Desktop Shaker

HT-X330 (orbital shaking, 60-400rpm, 8mm)

HT-W330 (reciprocating, 60-400rpm, 8mm)

HT-X330G (orbital shaking, RT+5-100℃, 60-400rpm, 8mm)

HT-W330G (reciprocating, RT+5-100℃, 60-400rpm, 8mm)

Temperature Control

Dry baths contain a heating element connected to a removable, machined metal block designed to hold microplates, test tubes, ampules or vials.

Digital dry baths include a digital controller mounted to the front of the unit that defines temperature and shaking speed parameters and alerts users of completed runs. Dry baths, like water baths, are used for sample thawing, reagent warming, and microbiological assays by clinical labs, academic research facilities, and drug development companies.




Mini Dry Bath

HX-10 (natural cooling, 2ml*15hole, RT+5-100℃)

HX-10F (rapid cooling, 2ml*15hole, RT+5-100℃)

Constant Temperature Dry Bath

HX-20 (heating, RT+5-100℃, 35hole*2ml)

HX-20L (heating & cooling, -10-100℃, 35hole*2ml)

HX-20G (single module, RT+5-150℃, 24hole*2ml)

HX-20G2 (dual module, RT+5-150℃, 24hole*2ml)

Thermostatic Dry Bath Shaker

HX-20T (RT+5-100℃, 200~1800rpm, 2-3mm horizontal rotation, 35*2ml)

HX-20TL (0-100℃, 200~1800rpm, 2-3mm horizontal rotation, 35*2ml)

Centrifugal Separation

Similar to their benchtop and floor cousins, mini centrifuges are used in environmental, chemical, molecular biology and medical research, and are an essential for most any lab. Typically designed to spin down microcentrifuge or PCR tubes, they are compact, affordable, and work quickly. Things to consider are max RPM/RCF, tube capacity, and cooling functionality if working with temperature-sensitive samples.




Mini Centrifuge

HL-4KS (4000rpm, 940xg)

HL-6KS (6000rpm, 2100xg)

HL-8KS (8000rpm, 3700xg)

HL-11KS (11000rpm, 7100xg)