Supplier's Corner

Microfluidics Adds Three to Processor Line

November 17, 2008

Microfluidics has expanded its range of product offerings by adding three new Microfluidizer bench-top processors to its M-110P family. The new M-110P-20, M-110P-20S and M-110PS deliver all the features and benefits of the M-110P bench-top lab machine, while adding new capabilities and benefits to address the unique needs of the personal care industry. The M-110P family processors create nanoemulsions and nanosuspensions that do not separate prior to use. The M-110P-20 is a new mid-pressured version of the higher-pressured M-110P model. It operates at a lower pressure and lower cost, is able to deliver nanoemulsions, nanosuspensions, nanoencapsulations and nanodispersions at 20,000psi or lower, and works with a 50ml minimum sample size. The M-110PS and M-110P-20S Microfluidizer processors are designed to work with smaller minimum sample sizes of 25 ml. All three new models include a glass reservoir for fast and accurate visual identification. More info: www.microfluidicscorp.com, mixing info@mfics.com or 800-370-5452
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