A homogenizer is a very important device between the components of a laboratory, since it allows the homogenization of different types of materials; such as tissues, food, plants and other biological or chemical elements.

Homogenization is a very common step in the preparation of biological samples before analysis of nucleic acids and proteins, or of the study of cells, metabolism, pathogenic agents and many other objectives.

There are many models of laboratory homogenizers on the market. Next we will show you different models, tips and information so that your homogenizer is the most appropriate to your processes and feel satisfied with your acquisition.

Types of Homogenizers a laboratory may need

Ultrasonic Homogenizer

  • Ultrasonic homogenizer: They allow a mechanical process in which the particles in a liquid are reduced, in order to obtain uniformity in their size and distribution. It is the most suitable and effective when you need to dissolve cells and subcellular structures in a fluid mixture. It works by releasing extreme waves of suspended sound pressure. Ultrasound waves and cavitation act on cells and tissues but not intact tissues. It acts by forming small bubbles in the liquid due to the flow caused by pressure waves, and cavitation occurs when these bubbles grow and converge at maximum size, shake vigorously, and then collapse. 


  • Very compact and simple to operate Digital temperature and speed display, heating temperature: Rt-380 degrees and mixing speed: 100-1800 RPM Heat and corrosion resistant aluminum alloy housing for durability Ceramic coated aluminum heating plate for excellent heat distribution and corrosion resistance Specially designed housing prevents spills from damaging electronic components inside Secondary thermal insulation plate prevents heat loss and eliminates heat damage to electronic components Adjustable temperature and rotation speed}

In Kalstein you can find the  Ideal homogenizers for your laboratory

There are countless models, so it is normal that you do not know which Homogenizers to buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate you to find what you're looking for.

Electric Ceiling Shaker with Digital Display YR02956

Magnetic stirrers are often used in chemistry and biology. They are preferred over motorized agitator gear driven...


Ultrasonic Homogenizer YR05015 // YR05020 

Single-chip technology + 4.3-inch TFT capacitive touch screen (optional 7-inch), optional computer ...


Ultrasonic Homogenizer Processor Sonicator 

Ultrasonic Processor is a multi-functional and multi-purpose instrument that uses the ultrasonic to generate...


Digital Intelligent Ultrasonic Homogenizer Processor

Digital intelligent ultrasonic disperser is a kind of ultrasonic equipment used in laboratory solid-liquid liquid treatment...


Our best-selling Homogenizer

Ultrasonic processor, also known as ultrasonic disintegrator, ultrasonic homogenizer, ultrasonic cell crusher, ultrasonic nano-material disperser, etc. It is a type of cavitation effect that uses strong ultrasound to produce cavitation effects in liquids and treat substances by ultrasound. A functional, multipurpose instrument that can be used to break a variety of animal and plant cells, virus cells, and can be used for emulsification, separation, homogenization, extraction, foaming, cleaning and acceleration of chemical reactions. It is widely used in biochemistry, microbiology, medicinal chemistry, surface chemistry, physics, zoology and other fields.

Analysis of the best Homogenizers for your laboratory

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Guides for you to become an expert in Homogenizers

There are a myriad of models, so it is normal that you do not know which Homogenizers buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate them to find what you're looking for.

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Homogenizer videos in operation

In this section you will find videos of our Homogenizers in operation, packed, receiving service, etc..

Homogenizers in operation

These equipment are used to ensure that all components of the prepared suspensions have the same characteristics. They are also used to mix gently and achieve a forceful resuspension of cells and chemical and biological fluid components in tubes.

Because homogenization is a common step in the preparation of samples of biological origin, prior to analysis of nucleic acids and proteins, cellular studies, metabolism, and pathogens.  Homogenizers are common in clinical and research laboratories. In cell culture and microbiology laboratories that can be used to suspend cells. In a clinical laboratory, it can be used to mix the reagents of a trial or to mix an experimental sample and a diluent.

Frequently asked questions about Homogenizers from our customers

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