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Liposomes - Cell Rupture - Emulsions - Dispersions

Jun 22 2006 Read 2742 Times

Microjet Fluid Technology overcomes the limitations of conventional mixing and homogenizing techniques. The system, from Christison Particle Technologies Ltd, offers particle size reduction and process control capability that is second to none. Produced in the U.K., Microjet systems are engineered for liquid/liquid and liquid/solid processing of pharmaceuticals, coatings, inks, pigments, vaccines, lotions, creams and disruption of cells.

Operating at up to 24,000 psi in the laboratory, each unit is fitted with unique diamond-wear interaction chambers. The Microjet produces extremely high levels of shear resulting in very fine, tight particle size distributions and very small particle sizes. These are of exceptional consistency and ensure better products, longer shelf life, increased yield, and improved texture. Temperature control is an integral part of the device which is also very easy to "clean in place". Since no grinding media is used there is no product contamination. The process is fully scaleable, and can be made fully cGMP compliant.

At larger scales Microjet processors utilise ?rapid change and strip-down technology' in all high pressure pump assemblies.

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