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Microfluidizer processors 600 and 700 series.

Microfluidics, a division of MFIC Corp., has introduced a split-system Microfluidizer processor in its new 600 and 700 model series. To address contamination and noise problems, this new design allows operators to set up the processor's operating assembly (the motor, fan, hydraulics, and oil) in a separate room from the processing assembly (intensifier pump and proprietary interaction chamber). A hose, up to 30 ft long, runs through the wall and connects the two assemblies. Splitting the units allows more control of atmospheric conditions in the processing room. The processor fan no long circulates contaminants in the clean room air. Static spark risks are less and decibels levels are lowered to below OSHA limits, eliminating the need for operator hearing protection. For more information, contact: 800.370.5452, mixinginfo@mfics.com, www.microfluidicscorp.com.
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Title Annotation:New Products
Publication:JCT CoatingsTech
Date:Jan 1, 2004
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