CANNABIS NANOEMULSIFICATION EQUIPMENT
|Max Flow Rate||10.8 L/h|
(10 mg servings/h)
|Motor Power||1.85 kW|
|Electrical Options||3Φ 200 V, 50 Hz
3Φ 220 V, 50-60 Hz
3Φ 400 V, 50 Hz
3Φ 460 V, 60 Hz
|Required Utilities||Compressed air (10 bar)|
|Feeding Hopper Volume||0.4 L|
|Minimum Sample Volume||30 mL|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||940 x 617 x 640 mm|
Optional Upgrades Include:
– 2 L jacketed feeding hopper with pneumatic pusher
– Heat exchanger for product outlet
– Temperature sensors for inlet/outlet
– Documentation for cGMP/CFR 21/GAMP
– IKA T-25 high shear mixer package
Advantages of Products Manufactured with Nanoemulsions
Hemp and cannabis nanoemulsion-based products provide substantial benefits compared to traditionally manufactured edibles and beverages.
The proprietary nanoemulsification and micronization technologies greatly increase the bioavailability of cannabinoids. This creates a substantially more stable product that is highly resistant to separation. Products created with nanoemulsions take effect more quickly than traditional infused edibles and deliver more consistent and enjoyable experiences for consumers.
Nanoemulsions are stable dispersions of two immiscible liquids, such as cannabis oil and water. The tiny droplets of oil are typically between 20 and 600 nanometers in diameter and are stabilized by a thin film of surfactants.
First, a coarse emulsion with large droplet sizes is created through the use of a high shear mixer. Then the coarse emulsion is passed through a GEA High Pressure Homogenizer several times. This process can easily be integrated into a large scale manufacturing line.
A breakthrough in engineering, the newly developed NiSoX homogenizing valve replaces the previous generation Re+Valve. Completely redesigned from the ground up, the NiSoX-Valve boasts superior performance and efficiency by optimizing the flow-dynamic effects generated inside the device. NiSoX homogenizers enable more rapid production of nanoemulsions, with a smaller average particle size and a tighter particle size distribution – leading to enhanced stability and more rapid onset.