- Patented UST process produces highly stable, clean and cost-effective nanoemulsions
- Technology can be applied across many industries, including pharmaceutical, food, nutraceutical, industrial lubricant, paint and cosmetic sectors
- UST technology aligns with consumer demand for chemical- and preservative-free products
The demand for nanoemulsions is growing at a fast pace, with potential applications in many industry sectors, including food, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, cosmetics and industrial lubricants. Up to now, one of the major problems with nanoemulsions has been their instability. This instability compromises the bioavailability and absorption of active ingredients for product preparation and the shelf life of the product. Life sciences company Pressure BioSciences Inc. (OTCQB: PBIO) is positioned to change this landscape via a patented novel technique called Ultra Shear Technology (“UST”). This technology uses intense shear forces generated by high-pressure valve discharge, which can help produce nanoemulsions that exhibit significantly improved absorption, greater stability and increased bioavailability compared to traditional micro and macro-emulsions.
Emulsions are mixtures of two liquids which are largely immiscible without the aid of emulsifying chemicals, such as surfactants. Surfactants assist in the dispersion of one liquid within the other, where it exists as tiny droplets. The smaller the droplet size for any given volume of dispersed liquid, the greater the absorption and bioavailability of…
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