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Whether used for homogenizing, emulsifying or suspending, Thermoline's digital homogenizer enables the best possible results. With a soft start, the digital display lets you keep track of the speed range up to 27,000RPM.

Designed for homogenizing small liquid and tissue samples with a working volume of up to 2 litres, the High-Speed Homogenizer prioritises reliability, accuracy, and the flexibility of two dispersing tool sizes. Included in the pack is the homogenizer, an 18mm tool and a heavy-duty stand to get you up and running.

A laboratory homogenizer is a device used to break up tissue, cells, or other materials into smaller particles or to evenly distribute one substance into another. It is commonly used in biology, chemistry, and food science for a variety of applications, including:

  • Tissue homogenization: A laboratory homogenizer can be used to break up tissue samples into smaller pieces for analysis or extraction of cellular components.

  • Cell lysis: A laboratory homogenizer can be used to break open cells and release their contents, allowing for the extraction of proteins, DNA, RNA, or other cellular components.

  • Emulsion formation: A laboratory homogenizer can be used to create stable emulsions, such as oil-in-water or water-in-oil emulsions, by evenly distributing one substance into another.

  • Suspension preparation: A laboratory homogenizer can be used to prepare suspensions by evenly dispersing solid particles in a liquid.

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Used to homogenize or blend samples of different materials, usually liquids or semi-liquids, the homogenizer works by using high-speed mechanical forces, such as high-pressure homogenization or ultrasonic energy, to disrupt and mix the sample. 

This robust homogenizer comes with a stainless steel 18mm tool and stand kit, and features a bright LCD speed readout. 


  • Brand: LK Lab
  • Capacity: 2.5L (water)
  • Sizes: 18mm tool (25mm option)
  • Electrical: 0.5A/230V
  • Speed Range: 2000 - 27000rpm
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