3D Homogenisation and Surface Area Analysis


3D Mixer Turbula T2 GE Gemini VII 2390t

3D Homogenisation is the process of making a mixture or substance uniform or consistent throughout.

It is commonly used in various scientific and industrial applications to ensure that the components of a mixture are evenly distributed. Homogenisation is often performed to break down samples into smaller, uniform particles to enable further analysis or experimentation.

Surface area analysis is the measurement and characterisation of the total surface area of a material. There are several techniques available for surface area analysis, with the Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) method being one of the most commonly used.


The Institute has a suite of equipment that can assess the surface area, porosity and mix materials to the highest possible quality using three-dimensional homogenisation technology. This equipment uses the Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) method.

Applications and Capability

  • Quick and precise surface area measurements
  • The equipment allows for pore volume, size distribution and micropore analysis
  • Adsorption – Desorption process measurement
  • Dust free and high-quality mix with capability to produce dry-to-wet, wet-to-wet mixtures for a wide range of applications

Key Features

  • Unique three-dimensional mixing motion that ensures high quality homogenisation
  • Adaptive gas rate dosing algorithm
  • Easy to use and accelerated delivery of gas leading to quick and precise surface area measurements


  • Gemini VII 2390t
  • 3D Mixer Turbula T2 GE

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