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Fermenter technology in developing countries
Edit:Zhangjiagang Tianbao Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd.   PublicDate:2018-09-29

In the developed areas, the planning of fermenters tends to use precious stainless steel or steel reactors. In fact, cheap materials such as wood, plastic or concrete can be used, which is not much harm to many fermentation processes. For economic reasons, fermentation in developed areas is primarily based on the aerobic process, which requires expensive planning (high process) to ensure adequate oxygen delivery. Instead, it is better to use more effort to develop nausea. Oxygen fermentation (low process requirements) to produce the primary product.

The first requirement in industrial single biology is pure culture. The strength of this system is significant, and no one will object, but it requires expensive sterilization methods and skilled operators to control it. Many fermentation systems have been very successful despite their mild microbial contamination. If you proceed in this direction, the cost of the process will be less, and the skill level of the operator will be lower. Modern fermentation skills ultimately rely on sophisticated testing instruments, partly because of the increasing progress of skilled workers' wages. However, it is more cost-effective to conduct research and adjustment of the working system in the developing region.

In general, it can be said that most of the bioengineering needs to be included in a system of certain difficulties, and whether these systems can be properly selected and operated largely determines whether most of these bioengineering processes can ultimately success. In industry, operational planning is mostly large. The ultimate success requires the closest collaboration between biologists and process engineers. This also shows the nature of the real edge discipline of bioengineering.