PRO Scientific Cannabis Homogenizing Package

By PRO Scientific

PRO Homogenizers and generator probes are precision designed to provide reliable, reproducible results that are required for cannabis testing and quality control as well as the creation of shelf-stable cannabis infused emulsions and products.

High Power and Variable Speed

The PRO250 homogenizer delivers 576 watts of high-power homogenization in a compact handheld unit with a variable speed range from 5000 to 30000 rpm.

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Built in Sensors to Improve Durability

The PRO250 Homogenizer is durable and can process samples for hours at a time. It is equipped with a sensor to prevent overheating and protect the motor unit from damage due to processing an overload of highly viscous samples or high volumes.

High Quality Probes

The PRO Scientific generator probes are precision crafted to ensure efficient and effective homogenization. They are manufactured with 316SS to ensure chemical compatibility with reagents.

Greater Longevity:

Improved 3-step connection between PRO Homogenizer and generator probe improves stability, durability, and prolongs the life of the generator probe.

Suited for Samples Ranging from Nonviscous to Highly Viscous

Maximum processing volumes for non-viscous samples (vegetable oil consistency) is 5 liters. Maximum processing volume for more viscous samples (such as lotions) is 2-3 liters, and for extremely viscous samples (such as honey) is 500 to 750 milliliters. Addition of the acetal resin deflector head enhances homogenization power.

Produce Ultrafine Nano Particles

PRO Scientific generator probes have very tight clearance between the rotor knife and stator tube, resulting in a higher yield breakdown of particles in a shorter period of time. Under the most efficient homogenizing conditions, it can produce “ultrafine” particles within the nanoemulsion range (1 micron/1000 nanometers).


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