Isenhower added that next year he is hoping to replace his old destemmer with a new one to reduce the number of broken stem jacks and increase the number of whole berries headed for the fermentor
. He said he's interested in machines that use a raking action rather than a cage with paddles.
"We needed to add two fermentors
to our operations," Michael Miller says.
The other method involves growing the fungus inside laboratory fermentors
on a liquid diet instead of a solid one.
Process engineers at large food/beverage industry operations, which are harvesting their bio-waste in fermentors
or digesters to generate heat or power and reduce pollution, can use the flowmeter for precise measurement of these wet, dirty, mixed methane composition gases.
After all, owner Rick Hutchinson has been known to let visitors (the female ones, anyway) take off their shoes and get in his fermentors
. There's no stomping today, but a chat with Rick shatters my Zinfandel-centric view of this valley.
The site includes 500-liter and 100-liter fermentors
and incorporates a cost-effective process.
The total production area of 4.698 [m.sup.2] includes two contained manufacturing lines allowing segregated operations for preparation of cells, virus propagation and virus purification using highly efficient technical systems like fermentors
and robotic systems.
Researchers have tailored low-cost edible media both for Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus strains and use these media to propagate probiotic cultures in pilot scale fermentors
in a food-grade manner.
Stubborn soils can be removed from the stainless, glass, and plastic vessels and machine parts used in fermentors
as well as foulants from their filtration systems using TERG-A-ZYME brand cleaner.
The new multi-product facility will ultimately have four fermentors
with a combined capacity of more than 60,000 litres, as well as downstream processing capabilities.