2010

Ammonium Probe-Type Sensor for Biofermentation Process Monitoring

A company seeks a probe-type ammonium sensor that can stand up to high temperatures and pressure during the sterilization step for fermentation, and that can deliver real-time concentration information during fermentation. The fermentation processes used require up to 60 hours to be completed. Ideally, the probe should deliver reliable, continuous, and stable real-time readings over that period. The target sensor could be applied to different volumes of fermenters, from small-scale to large production scale.

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