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The difference between emulsification, homogenization, mixed dissolution, and dispersion suspension

Emulsifier is a common machine equipment in daily chemical production. I believe many people are not particularly familiar with emulsification, homogenization, mixed dissolution, and dispersion suspension. Let’s learn the differences between them together with TopSail.

Emulsification: immiscible liquids do not separate from liquids, such as cream, ice cream, animal oil, vegetable oil, protein, silicone oil, light oil, mineral oil paraffin and wax lotion, rosin, etc

Homogenization: Make emulsification and suspension particles smaller and more evenly distributed, such as cream, seasoning, juice, jam, seasoning, cream, fat emulsion, toothpaste, printing ink, enamel, etc.

Mixed dissolution: Soluble solid or liquid is dissolved in a molecular or colloidal state with a liquid, including milk crystalline powder, salt, sugar, ether sulfate, grinding agent, hydrolytic colloid, CMC/thixotropic agent, rubber, and natural synthetic resin.

Dispersion suspension: Immiscible solid and liquid form a smaller particle size mixture or suspension. Such as catalysts, matting agents, pigments, graphite, paint coatings, alumina, composite fertilizers, inks, fillers, herbicides, fungicides, etc.


TopSail vacuum homogenizing emulsification machine

The application fields of emulsifying machines are very extensive, such as adhesives, paint coatings, cosmetics, food, pharmaceuticals, plastic resins, printing and dyeing, ink, asphalt, and other industries. TopSail vacuum homogenizing emulsification machine is a homogeneous structure with German technology, adopting imported double end mechanical sealing effect. The maximum emulsification speed can reach 4200 rpm, and the maximum shear fineness can reach 0.2-5um; After high-frequency cycling, we ultimately obtain high-quality products that are bubble free, delicate, and stable. Choose high-quality products to ensure the continuous safety and feasibility of the production line.