SPX Flow with its Gaulin series homogenizers is the leader in the technology. It’s an art and a science to produce repeatable and reliable homogenization across a wide range of products and operating environments. SPXFLOW’s long history with this technology makes it the clear leader in the market.
Custom Process Equipment
With each homogenizer being custom designed to the application, you will really benefit from Anderson Dahlen’s experience in all the applications, across a wide range of materials, and the whole spectrum of pressures up to 8,700 psi. We can design a new homogenizer into your system, do your predictive maintenance for you, repair a failed unit, or find the exact part you need.
Interesting benefits of the SPX Gaulin Homogenizers:
Easy to service and operate
Reliable homogenizer operation for the food, dairy, chemical, cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries
Customized for each application to your needs
Over 100 years of experience
Ongoing homogenizer research and development to meet the evolving needs of industry
The Gaulin Homogenizer typically fall into three different pressure ranges which dictate some basic design characteristics.
Low Pressure – typically under 3,600psi. Valves are usually stellite alloy or tungsten carbide material. The fluids best processed in these units typically don’t contain abrasives, for example wax and grease emulsions.
Medium Pressure – from about 3,600psi to around 8,700psi. These applicatins often contain abrasive particles like silicone suspensions, carbon black, and various emulsions. The valves for these applications are generally of stellite alloy, tungsten carbide or ceramic.
High Pressure – over 8,700psi. These applications might include cellulose fiber suspension, Titanium Dioxide suspension, bacteria cell disruption and algae cell disruption processes. Valves are usually ceramic though stellite alloy and tungsten carbide are available.
Contact Us to learn more about SPX Gaulin Homogenizers
Learn how SPX Gaulin Homogenizers can work in your processing systems. We are also your parts and repair specialists. We offer design, sales, and repair of all SPX Flow Gaulin homogenizers.
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Tim, Wonder Works Unlimited
Anderson Dahlen did a great job on the chamber shown in the lower right picture. It is a beautiful chamber and everything worked as designed. It is now crossing the Atlantic on the way to its final home at the ELI Beamlines facility in the Czech Republic.
Doug Hammond, P.E.
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Martin Kelly, Thermo Fisher
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Vincent Lee, Plamsa-Therm NES
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Richard Trnka, CAD Systems Manager
Thank you to Gary and the fabricators who helped us remove the scratch and refinishing our aluminum part. You saved us a ton of time and kept us on track for an on time delivery to our customer. We definitely owe you one!
Clint Bitterman, VP-Co Owner of Master Tool & Mfg Inc.
Their willingness to spin a large part well off axis made it possible. Their attention to detail made it a success. Equally praiseworthy is their communication during the manufacturing process, assuring the best part.
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