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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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Table 2: Frequency of resistance to different antimicrobial drugs among imipenem resistant non fermenters Gram negative bacilli isolates (n = 53).
Mason added: "Having no first-hand knowledge of fermenters or steam raising eguipment, the University was delighted when Fulton took the lead on discussing its conceptual and detailed designs with Solaris, as the two companies were able to ensure that its systems worked seamlessly together."
Some 400 jobs have been created with the Billingham fermenter expansion and a Quorn spokesman has already hinted at more jobs, telling us: "Monde Nissin wish to help Quorn grow, but do not want to get involved in the day-to-day running of the business.
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.
Chief executive Kevin Brennan said: "We need to increase the capacity of the business, so we're investing in fermenters - they're very expensive, tens of millions of pounds.
The operating principle is simple: the retrofittable system is installed between the dosificator and the fermenters. The substrates are taken from the dosificator and added to the MultiMix where they are mixed with recirculate.
The brewery plans to order five new 20-barrel fermenters, along with associated kegs and raw materials.
Pharmpure[TM] regulators are commonly used for controlling clean steam pressure in bioreactors and fermenters. They provide the high flow capacity to get the system up to temperature quickly, and the sensitivity to maintain the required set pressure, ensuring a complete sterilization cycle.
(2009) showed that the flow of VA and c9t11 CLA from fermenters decreased while the flow of t10 C18:1 and t10c12 CLA increased when high concentrate diet replaced high forage diet.
In a perhaps lesser known role, this helpful yeast works in fermenters at biorefineries, converting cornstarch, for example, into ethanol.
Our Biotechnology division supplies process equipment including Biore-actors and Fermenters, CIP and Crossflow Skids, automated Integrity Test equipment and Filter Housings.
Although the production of ethanol from Enzose concentrates in shake flasks and small fermenters has been well studied [6, 7], its scale-up production in pilot plant has greater applications.