Model GS 3
Model GS 5
Model GS 6
Model GS 7
Model GS 8
Model GS 9

Working Principle


A pressurized product is subjected to turbulent and laminar forces in a very narrow ring-shaped gap. In this process, fat globules or agglomerates are broken up and evenly distributed.

This physical energy input results in stability, color intensity, flavour, consistency and a long shelf life, thereby reducing the use of stabilizers.

Diagram representation of a homogenizing valve


1)  Product diversity requires variable technology

The product characteristics make it necessary to carefully select suitable materials and generate the right design. The components used by GSS  were developed with practical application in mind and can be modified depending on the specific application.

2)  Homogenizer valves

All values supplied by GSS are highly efficient and service-friendly, and they have low-noise levels. A choice of valve materials is available, e.g. high-tensile stainless steel and sintered materials, to homogenize a wide range of different products.

3)  PLUNGER versions

The materials used on our pistons can be chosen to match the particular product characteristics. We have large range of material and different coatings for any particular specification. Ask us about our special GSS coating system which greatly extends service life.

4)  Aseptic design

Aseptic homogenizing technology, i.e. homogenizing after heat treatment, is often used to process UHT or sterile products, and you can significantly increase creaming stability. GSS homogenizers are available as septic or aseptic versions.

5)  GSS packing system

The new GSS packing system greatly extends service life. Ask us about our special GSS system.


Food industry
  • Fresh milk
  • Cream
  • Curd
  • Vegetable juices
  • UHT milk
  • Yoghurt
  • Baby and infant food
  • Condensed milk
  • Ketchup
  • Sauces and dressings
  • Whip cream
  • Mixed ice cream
  • Fruit juices
  • Egg products
  • Special drinks
Pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry
  • Intravenous emulsions
  • Liposomes
  • Ingredients
  • Textures
  • Beauty creams
  • Dyes
  • Ointments
  • Cell disruption
  • Pigment dispersions
  • Propofol
Chemicals industry
  • Lubricants
  • Fuels/water emulsions
  • Wax emulsions
  • Insecticides/herbicides
  • Resin dispersions
  • Nanosomes
  • Colours
  • Latex