Bullet Blender Cooling

4°C Cooling™ and Air Cooling™ in The Bullet Blender®

Samples stay cool in Bullet Blender Gold during homogenization

Bullet Blender Gold+ homogenizers contain an integrated 4°C Cooling™ system, which keeps your samples at 4°C (within two or three degrees). The Bullet Blender Gold+ monitors how hard the motor is working to know how much colder to keep the air in the sample tube chamber so that your samples are at 4°C.

Bullet Blender Gold+ model homogenizers contain a 4°C Cooling™ system, which keeps samples at 4°C. Other brands of homogenizers may have cooling systems, but not integrated like ours to control the sample temperature.

To use 4°C Cooling, fill the cryogen compartment of the Gold+ model with dry ice. When the instrument is running, cold air will blow past the sample tubes. Air circulation will adjust according to homogenization conditions, maintaining the samples near 4°C. If dry ice is not used, ambient temperature air blows past the sample tubes. This Air Cooling™ reduces the heating of the samples.

Our Bullet Blender Pro homogenizers are equipped with Air Cooling, which draws air into the Bullet Blender, combined with convective cooling, keeps your samples near ambient temperature. This feature is particularly effective if your samples are sensitive to heat, and you are using your Bullet Blender in a refrigerator or a cold room. The Air Cooling is also useful for preventing the inside of your Bullet Blender unit from heating up if you are running several consecutive homogenization cycles.