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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A small amount of trub in the fermenter is a good thing, as it will provide nutrients for the yeast.
Seal the fermenter, and affix the fermentation lock, filled with water, to the fermenter.
The real advantages of the FastFerment conical fermenter is that it allows users to brew in one vessel without having to transfer liquids.
Producing alcohol in all four fermenters improves the operating environment for the optimization of our isobutanol production by creating a continuous and stable mash flow and a more consistent recycle of water through the plant.
Investing in the third fermenter shows we are not going anywhere.
Meeting that goal in just over three days, they set a new goal of $19,000 to allow them to buy a bigger fermenter, doubling their brewing capacity.
In addition, MultiMix separates foreign matters like rocks or metals prior to input and thus decreases the risk of the pumps and agitation systems incurring damage as well as buildup occurring in the fermenter and in the pipelines.
Every RALF benchtop bioreactor and fermenter comes with BioSCADA--a powerful software that requires no programming knowledge.
Under the exclusive distribution agreement, DKSH will market Wacker's Biosolutions products fermenter cysteine and bioengineered cyclodextrins, which are premium sugar compounds marketed under the Cavasol and Cavamax trademarks.
Cultures were stirred continuously at 45 rpm and fermenter pH was measured daily before feeding using a portable pH meter.
But life inside a fermenter at an advanced biorefinery wouldn't necessarily be easy for a yeast.