Posts tagged 'Homogenisers'

How to design Omni Bead mill experiment
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How to design Omni Bead mill experiment

Homogenisers are widely used in biological sample preparation to break up (or homogenise) samples. This makes it possible to more easily extract macro and micro molecules such as DNA, RNA and proteins for further use including PCR. There is a wide choice of homogenisers on the market, ranging from those suitable for processing large sample volumes of up to a couple of hundred millilitres (...
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Which homogeniser should I choose?

With a wide range of homogenisers available, from ultrasonic units, to mechanical models with rotor stator blades, through to bead ruptors, how do you select the model suitable for your samples? [caption id="attachment_8485" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Ultrasonic? Rotor Stator? Bead mill? Which homogeniser is best?[/caption] There is no one type which is "best" - it all depends on wh...

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Omni Bead Ruptor 4 has arrived in the UK

The latest addition to the superb range of Omni Bead Mills is the Bead Ruptor 4.  Bead Ruptor 4 Bead Ruptor 4 is designed for smaller labs and as a personal piece of lab equipment for a single user/application. Broad performance range- gentle mixing to high force homogenization. Small footprint-requires minimal bench space. Holds 4 x 0.5ml/1.5ml/2ml and 1 x 7ml tubes. Run times: ...
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Camlab's Guide to Homogenisation

Omni International now have two Bead Ruptors. Both exhibit  a high power mechanical action, horizontal tube positioning, and optimised bead-beating technology to deliver fast, efficient and reliable homogenisation and lysis in seconds: The  NEW Bead Ruptor 12 The NEW Bead Ruptor 12 is the most powerful and quickest economical bead mill homogenizer available today. It is an ideal solutio...
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How do Ultrasonic Homogenisers Work?

How do Ultrasonic Homogenisers Work? Ultrasonic Cell Disrupters, also called Sonicators or Sonifiers® operate on a different principle than mechanical shear homogenizers.  They are extremely effective on hard to disrupt samples and for producing smaller particle size distribution within a sample.  Some of the samples that are typically sonicated or sonified are bacteria, spores, tough animal...
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