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B-390 / B-395 – Encapsulator

For innovative microbeads and microcapsules

The Encapsulator B-390 / B-395 is a versatile system for encapsulation of active ingredients and materials for R&D purposes. From pharma to food samples, the adaptability of the device lets you obtain innovative microbeads and microcapsules.


The Encapsulator B-395 makes sterile encapsulation of cells, microorganisms and active ingredients possible. You can aseptically introduce and remove fluids and products to and from the reaction vessel. You can also readily integrate the encapsulation instrument in a GMP-compliant production process.

Increased efficiency

The low-impact encapsulation conditions made possible by the Encapsulator B-390 / B-395 can increase the efficiency and reproducibility of your encapsulation process. The encapsulation system offers you tight particle size distribution and high yields of a product with superior quality.

Flawless user experience

Enjoy a flawless user experience with the Encapsulator B-390 / B-395 thanks to intuitive operation and easy maintenace. The ability to directly see the droplet formation gives you comprehensive access to the process and enables you to quickly and confidently optimize your encapsulation. We offer extensive support, so you can easily adapt the system to your particular samples and needs. Rely on our established application database or talk to our certified application specialists to optimize and personalize your system performance.

  • Easily calibrated syringe pump for low-loss feed of small sample quantities using sterile syringes of various volumes
  • The reaction vessel for the Encapsulator B-395 Pro is available with material certificates for GMP documentation
  • Nozzle system for production of large core-shell capsules (dia. 2 – 4 mm) by means of drop separation process
  • Nozzle system with airstream dispersal and minimized dead space, tailor-made for low-impact encapsulation of cell agglomerateS
  • Concentric nozzle system for creating core-shell capsules (dia. 200 – 2000 μm)