fermenter


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fermenter

[fər′ment·ər]
(food engineering)
A vessel used for fermenting, such as a vat for fermenting mash in brewing.
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fermenters are to be procured for the newly built bioprocess area.
The Azzini vertical self-emptying fermenter consists of a vertical tank with an inverted cone positioned on the bottom of the tank.
Invitation to tender: Tender PTC / fermenters - range bioprocess
The world's largest fermenter for probiotics production and its downstream processing.
Next, transfer the chilled wort to your fermenter. To do this, use a racking cane and siphon the wort into your sanitized fermentation vessel.
Keywords: Non fermenter Gram negative bacilli (NFGNB), Imipenem resistant, Metallo beta lactamase, Antimicrobial susceptibility.
As reported by the Gazette last week, there are plans to add another 'fermenter' to production lines and create around 300 jobs - and bosses say development on the factory expansion has already started.
FastFerment is a premium conical fermenter that works for 5- to 7-gallon batches of wine, beer, cider and other fermentables, such as mead and kombucha.
Next, transfer the chilled wort to your fermenter. To do this, use a racking cane, and siphon the wort into your sanitized fermentation vessel.
Its two Billingham-based fermenters, running at full capacity, produce 84 tonnes of the microprotein every day -- and that figure will rise by 50% now that the third fermenter is complete -- to turn into an ever-growing number of products to sell into 15 international markets.