What does a Inline Homogenizer manufacturers do?

An inline homogenizer manufacturer produces machinery used in the food processing, pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Inline homogenizers are used to mix, blend and emulsify products with high viscosity, ensuring a consistent texture and quality. The equipment works by forcing the product through a small gap between a rotor and a stator, creating high shear and turbulence that results in proper mixing and blending. The inline homogenizer can also be equipped to handle different speeds and pressures to cater for various products, ensuring optimal performance. Inline homogenizer manufacturers offer customizable systems to suit specific client requirements. They also offer maintenance and technical support services to ensure that their products remain functional, reliable and durable.

What is a Inline Homognizer ?

An inline homogenizer, also known as an emulsifier, is a piece of industrial equipment used in various processes such as food production and pharmaceutical manufacturing. It is designed to blend and homogenize liquids or suspensions by forcing them through a narrow orifice at high pressure and velocity, causing turbulence and shear forces that break up any large particles or droplets and create a uniform mixture. Inline homogenizers can be used for various purposes such as the production of emulsions, dispersions, or particle size reduction.


High shear homogenizer for works on the principle of the high centrifugal force produced due to the high rpm of the rotor mounted on the main spindle and thus producing a very high shear due to the specially designed minimal tolerance between the rotor and stator. The high shear homogenizer is homogenizing the feed particle into the fine droplet size and the degree of homogenization is very effective and capable for diverse products such that creams, lotion, flavor emulsion, dispersion of fine particles, blending of semi-liquid, dissolving, pasteurization, etc.

NSC Industries makes high shear mixer homogenizers which are characterized and acceptable by their flexibility, economically, technically as well as safety aspects. It works in a minimal tolerance between rotor and stator which provides much more fine results.