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  • Microbial Fermentation Technology - INOXPA

    The features of the fermentation bioprocessing solutions are: - Volume: 150 - 6.000 liters - Design conforms to ASME BPE - Skid-mounted structure - Tank jacketed and insulated - CIP/SIP design - H/D 3:1, 2:1 - Pressure -1/+3 bars

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  • Dynamics of Indigenous Lactic Acid Bacteria

    2011-7-16 · One fermentation tank was sampled in each vintage. Wine samples were collected aseptically for chemical and microbiological analyses at different times: must (stage 1), tumultuous AF (density around 1,025; stage 2), at the end of AF (<2 g/l glucose + fructose; stage 3), consumption of 10% (stage 4), 60% (stage 5) of the initial malic acid, and l -malic acid concentration <0.5 g/l (stage 6).

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  • Culture-independent Study of the Diversity of

    The present study focused on Aloreña table olives manufactured by small and medium enterprises (SMEs) from Valle del Guadalhorce (Southern Spain) under three different conditions (cold storage, and ambient temperature fermentations in small vats and in large fermentation tanks). The microbial load of brines during fermentation was studied by plate ...

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  • Bacteriophages Infecting Gram-Negative Bacteria in a ...

    Aloreña green table olives are a denomination of protection from Southern Spain. They are fermented in a traditional way without lye treatment. Three fermentation conditions were studied (cold fermentation, vats, and tank). The fermentation includes complex populations: bacteria, archaea and yeasts. This microbiota strongly depends on fermentation conditions.

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  • Culture-independent study of the diversity of

    2014-5-15 · The natural fermentation of coffee was carried out in a covered plastic tank in the shape of a frustum of a cone placed inside a warehouse. The tank, with a top diameter of 1.04 m and a height of 0.85 m, was filled with 276 kg of depulped coffee cherries to a tank fill level of 0.44 m (Fig. 1). This set-up is among those found in the region of Cauca, where heterogeneous tank designs are used depending …

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  • Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Removal of Bacterial ...

    Samples were diluted in sterile saline solution and plated on MRS agar (Scharlau Chemie S.A., Barcelona, Spain) plates supplemented with tomato juice (10% v/v), fructose (6 g/L), cysteine-HCl (0.5 g/L), L-malic acid (5 g/L), and 50 mg/L of pymaricine (Acofarma, S. Coop., Spain). Plates were incubated at 30°C under strict anaerobic conditions (Gas Pak System, Oxoid Ltd., Basingstoke, England) for at …

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  • Advanced Characterisation of a Coffee Fermenting

    2010-8-15 · Effects of SO 2 and lysozyme, malolactic fermentation (MLF) management and ageing have been studied. The type of bacteria performing MLF and ageing proved to be the main factors influencing biogenic amine content of wine, specifically Tempranillo from Somontano appellation (Huesca, Spain), produced at an industrial scale.

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  • Microbial Fermentation Technology - INOXPA

    INOXPA offers various types of fermenters for a wide range of applications. The features of the fermentation bioprocessing solutions are: - Volume: 150 - 6.000 liters - Design conforms to ASME BPE - Skid-mounted structure - Tank jacketed and insulated - CIP/SIP design - H/D 3:1, 2:1 - Pressure -1/+3 bars - The control system is totally automated, the PLC controls and records all functions ...

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  • Ecology of indigenous lactic acid bacteria along

    2012-3-12 · Ecology of the lactic acid bacteria (LAB) during alcoholic fermentation (AF) and spontaneous malolactic fermentation (MLF) of Tempranillo wines from four wineries of La Rioja has been studied analyzing the influence of the winemaking method, processing conditions, and geographical origin.

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  • Molecular identification and characterization of wine ...

    2006-9-19 · Wine fermentation is a complex microbial process involving the transformation of must into wine by the action of different species of yeasts and lactic acid bacteria originally present in the grapes and winery equipment. The yeast population is especially important during spontaneous fermentation in young wines to be consumed without ageing.

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  • Flow controllers for bioreactors and fermentation |

    2020-5-5 · Bioreactors are used in the production of foods and beverages for fermentation purposes, whether it is for addition of vitamins, colourants, flavourings, alcohol or antioxidants. Take yoghurt for example. This is a product produced from the fermentation of milk in bioreactors. Yoghurt cultures are lactic acid bacteria.

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  • The whole bunch fermentation question. – The

    The whole bunch fermentation question. Take some grapes, how you proceed from here depends on the style of wine that you want to make. Jamie Goode explores how decisions in the winery reflect in the bottle. For reds, it’s all about extracting the colour and flavour compounds, and …

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  • Characterization and Dynamic Behavior of Wild Yeast

    2013-5-2 · We studied the dynamic behavior of wild yeasts during spontaneous wine fermentation at a winery in the Valais region of Switzerland. Wild yeasts in the winery environment were characterized using a PCR-RFLP method. Up to 11 different yeast species were isolated from the vineyard air, whereas only seven were recovered from the grapes surface. We initially investigated a cultureindependent ...

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  • NaOH-Debittering Induces Changes in Bacterial

    2013-7-31 · Limited information is available on the impact of the NaOH treatment on table olive fermentations, and for this reason a polyphasic approach has been adopted here to investigate its effect on the fermentation dynamics and bacterial biodiversity. The microbial counts of the main groups involved in the transformation have not shown any differences, apart from a more prompt start of the ...

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  • Proteins influencing foam formation in wine and beer: the ...

    2017-5-22 · surface of the fermentation tank [8]. In the case of sparkling wines, there are three carbonation sources, two of which are yeast-dependent. The first is the carbonation that develops during primary fermentation, in which some of the CO 2 pro-duced during must fermentation remains dissolved in the base wine while the remainder is released into ...

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    THIELMANN is the market leader in the manufacture of stainless steel beverage containers and kegs for many reasons: Because it has the highest quality product to ensure unrivalled standards of hygiene and protection. Because all of its products are manufactured from high-grade AISI 304 …

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  • State‐of‐the‐Art Chocolate Manufacture: A Review ...

    Aerobic spore-forming bacteria can develop at the end of fermentation with an increase in the temperature (40 to 50 °C), an increase in the pH (3.5 to 5), and under aerobic conditions. The numbers of these bacteria often reach values equal to or greater than 10 8 CFU/g in the later stages of fermentation (Schwan and others 1995 ; Ardhana and ...

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  • Microbial Fermentation Technology - INOXPA

    INOXPA offers various types of fermenters for a wide range of applications. The features of the fermentation bioprocessing solutions are: - Volume: 150 - 6.000 liters - Design conforms to ASME BPE - Skid-mounted structure - Tank jacketed and insulated - CIP/SIP design - H/D 3:1, 2:1 - Pressure -1/+3 bars - The control system is totally automated, the PLC controls and records all functions ...

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  • Reassessment of the succession of lactic acid bacteria in ...

    2020-2-26 · fermentation in Tank 1, while acetic acid was added to the cover brine formulation in Tank 2. Acetic acid was added to the cover brine in Tank 2 as a 20% vinegar solution to 15 mM. A P. pentosa-ceous starter culture was added in the cover brine of Tank 5. Cushion cover brine was added into the tanks, prior tothe addition of the vegetables.

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  • Stainless Steel Bioreactors & Fermenters | Sartorius

    2020-10-13 · Stainless Steel Bioreactors from Pilot to Production. The Sartorius portfolio of stainless steel fermenters and bioreactors includes standard products from 5 L to 200 L and customized engineering solutions up to 2,000 L. Our long-standing process knowledge combined with the unrivaled quality of our fermenter systems yields state-of-the-art ...

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  • (PDF) Characterization of Cucumber Fermentation

    In this fermentation tank, the initial lactic acid fermentation was completed within 2 wk, with 1.2% lactic acid formed (pH 3.6) and no detectable sugar remaining in the brine. The cucumbers in the fermentation brine were microbiologically stable for more than 8 mo, with no …

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  • Description Application and results

    2019-2-11 · bacteria growth in wines especially after malolactic fermentation offering an interesting alternative to ... tank. • Minimum contact time is 10 days. Then rack the wine and separate from its lees. ... merlot 2014 Spain - syrah 2015 Spain 2015 red wine 2015 Acetic bacteria management in red wines in Winery-scale trials.

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  • Non-Energetic Chemical Products by Fermentation of ...

    Hydrolysis and the solubilization of sewage sludge processes are important tools to obtain small and medium molecules with different application perspectives. Although the production of biomethane and other products such as biohydrogen from sludge as biofuel alternatives has been profusely studied, the current perspectives are mainly focused on the use of the sludge hydrolysate to produce non ...

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  • Flow controllers for bioreactors and fermentation |

    2020-5-5 · Bioreactors are used in the production of foods and beverages for fermentation purposes, whether it is for addition of vitamins, colourants, flavourings, alcohol or antioxidants. Take yoghurt for example. This is a product produced from the fermentation of milk in bioreactors. Yoghurt cultures are lactic acid bacteria.

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  • 38,245 Fermentation Photos - Free & Royalty-Free

    38,245 fermentation stock photos are available royalty-free. Mash in oak fermentation barrels. Mash in oak barrel fermentation tanks inside stone distillery. Process of Beer Fermentation. Profile view of talented middle-aged brewer wearing white coat and protective gloves controlling process of beer fermentation while.

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  • The whole bunch fermentation question. – The

    The whole bunch fermentation question. Take some grapes, how you proceed from here depends on the style of wine that you want to make. Jamie Goode explores how decisions in the winery reflect in the bottle. For reds, it’s all about extracting the colour and flavour compounds, and …

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  • Proteins influencing foam formation in wine and beer: the ...

    2017-5-22 · surface of the fermentation tank [8]. In the case of sparkling wines, there are three carbonation sources, two of which are yeast-dependent. The first is the carbonation that develops during primary fermentation, in which some of the CO 2 pro-duced during must fermentation remains dissolved in the base wine while the remainder is released into ...

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  • Microbial Bioreactors & Fermenters | Sartorius

    Microbial Bioreactors and Fermenters. Microbial cultures require highly developed specialized capabilities such as increased demand for aeration and agitation. The high growth rates result in rapidly changing conditions which require fast response times, accurate sensors and reliable controls for pH, DO, temperature in order to control the ...

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  • Fermenter - Bioreactor | LAMBDA

    MINIFOR laboratory fermentor and bioreactor. The LAMBDA MINIFOR bench-top autoclavable laboratory fermenter and bioreactor was developed as a result of the need to construct a small laboratory fermentor for working volume ranges from 35 ml to over 6 liters.. Based on long personal practical experience in fermentation and cell culture, a high quality fermentor-bioreactor which is easy to use ...

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  • Fermentation and Cell Growth Monitoring - optek

    Fermentation Lab/Process Development. ASD12 series probes are designed for smaller scale bioreactors used in R&D and process development areas. Extremely repeatable and easy to use, ASD12 probes come in a variety of insertion depths and optical path lengths to give the best resolution possible.

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  • Stainless Steel Bioreactors & Fermenters | Sartorius

    2020-10-13 · Stainless Steel Bioreactors from Pilot to Production. The Sartorius portfolio of stainless steel fermenters and bioreactors includes standard products from 5 L to 200 L and customized engineering solutions up to 2,000 L. Our long-standing process knowledge combined with the unrivaled quality of our fermenter systems yields state-of-the-art ...

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  • AIA SILKA - Lallemand Wine

    2020-6-5 · Open the sachet and add the bacteria directly into the wine after the end of alcoholic fermentation from the top of the tank or while emptying the tank. 2) Direct inoculation with rehydration step: For best distribution, you can rehydrate the packet of freeze-dried seleted wine bacteria …

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  • Harvesting in the Priorat: Fermentation I – Maceration ...

    The two processes that together connive to produce red wines are Maceration and Fermentation. As the juice of practically all red grape varieties is colourless, we need to extract colour and flavour from the grape skins. Therefore after crushing the grapes, the juice and skins of red grapes remain together in the fermentation vessel for a ...

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  • Production of pharmaceutical compounds through

    2011-6-8 · Fermentation is the only route to chemical APIs that relies solely on micro-organisms with no equivalent in other biologic systems (e.g. mammalian cells). Examples include antibiotics/secondary metabolites made in fungi serving as anticancer or anti-infectious agents, or lipid A made in gram negative bacteria serving as adjuvants.

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  • It’s alive! Good bacteria in the food system - BCFN ...

    Probiotics – good bacteria and yeast – may provide a natural and accessible solution to important health issues. They might also be the missing link to more sustainable food systems. These benefits are particularly important against the backdrop of growing concerns about human health and nutrition worldwide, including the risks posed by antibiotic resistance.

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  • Bacterial and enzyme products or bacteria and

    2011-7-27 · Bacterial enzymes such as those from Bacillus subtilis are less sensitive to heat than are the fungal enzymes of A oryzae. Some amylase preparations prepared by the fermentation of Bacillus species can withstand even boiling for short periods and have optimal activities in the 158 ° F - 176 ° F (70 ° C - 80 ° C) range.

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  • Bactiless™ - Lallemand Wine

    2020-6-16 · candinavia Oenologlallemand.com Ver . . Bactiless™ Control of spoilage bacteria. ORIGIN AND DESCRIPTION Bactiless™ is a 100% natural non-GMO and non-allergenic biopolymer from fungal Aspergillus niger origin which helps to control the bacterial population in wines. Bactiless™ formula helps to lower the viable acetic and lactic acid bacteria population in wine.

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  • Virtual Lab: Fermentation Virtual Lab | Labster

    2021-6-9 · About Fermentation (old version) Virtual Lab Simulation. This original, full-length “Fermentation” simulation will be discontinued after JUNE 2021. Please see the newer “Fermentation: Optimize bio-ethanol production” and “Aseptic Technique” simulations. Fermentation technology can be used to produce valuable biological compounds in ...

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  • Description Application and results

    2019-2-11 · bacteria growth in wines especially after malolactic fermentation offering an interesting alternative to ... tank. • Minimum contact time is 10 days. Then rack the wine and separate from its lees. ... merlot 2014 Spain - syrah 2015 Spain 2015 red wine 2015 Acetic bacteria management in red wines in Winery-scale trials.

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  • The Role of Yeasts in Fermentation Processes

    2020-7-28 · 1.2. Non-Saccharomyces YeastsNon-Saccharomyces yeasts are a group of microorganisms used in numerous fermentation processes, since their high metabolic differences allow the synthesis of different final products.Generally, many of these yeasts capable of modifying the sensory quality of wines are considered as contaminants, so eliminating them or keeping them at low levels was a basic ...

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  • Biogenic amine synthesis in high quality Tempranillo

    2010-8-15 · Effects of SO2 and lysozyme, malolactic fermentation (MLF) management and ageing have been studied. The type of bacteria performing MLF and ageing proved to be the main factors influencing biogenic amine content of wine, specifically Tempranillo from Somontano appellation (Huesca, Spain), produced at an industrial scale.

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  • Carbonic maceration: a closer look at this winemaking ...

    2021-6-14 · Carbonic maceration taking place at a winery in Spain. When whole bunches of grapes are placed in an atmosphere of carbon dioxide, they take it up and use it in anaerobic fermentation. In this process they break down sugars, but also malic acid, which is one of the main acids present in grapes.

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  • Production of pharmaceutical compounds through

    2011-6-8 · Fermentation is the only route to chemical APIs that relies solely on micro-organisms with no equivalent in other biologic systems (e.g. mammalian cells). Examples include antibiotics/secondary metabolites made in fungi serving as anticancer or anti-infectious agents, or lipid A made in gram negative bacteria serving as adjuvants.

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  • MAGNIVA Classic – Lallemand Animal Nutrition

    A combination of bacteria and enzymes helps to drive a fast, efficient initial fermentation and puts you in control of silage quality. To answer the needs of today’s rapid harvests and ensure uniform application of the product, MAGNIVA products contains High Concentration …

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  • Bioreactor scale-up and oxygen transfer rate in

    In aerobic bioprocesses, oxygen is a key substrate; due to its low solubility in broths (aqueous solutions), a continuous supply is needed. The oxygen transfer rate (OTR) must be known, and if possible predicted to achieve an optimum design operation and scale-up of bioreactors. Many studies have be …

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    3 The fermentation tank is essentially a larger version of the seed tank. It is filled with the same growth media found in the seed tank and also provides a perfect environment for bacterial growth. Here the bacteria are allowed to grow and produce large quantities of amino acids. Since pH control is vital for optimal growth, ammonia water is ...

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  • It’s alive! Good bacteria in the food system - BCFN ...

    Probiotics – good bacteria and yeast – may provide a natural and accessible solution to important health issues. They might also be the missing link to more sustainable food systems. These benefits are particularly important against the backdrop of growing concerns about human health and nutrition worldwide, including the risks posed by antibiotic resistance.

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