Revolutionize algae cultivation through real-time monitoring of photobioreactors with the Q.ANT Particle Sensor
Algae: the world’s most important 'plants'— an introduction.
The Q.ANT Particle Sensor solves the current challenges in industrial algae cultivation.
By monitoring the relative cell count over time, the growth phase of the algae cultivation in a bioreactor can be determined. This helps to run bioreactors at the optimal operating point, to identify harvest time or optimize fed-batch processes.
The determination of contamination levels and its temporal development in photobioreactors for example bacterial or ciliates growth can be determined.
The measuremenet of the cell count and key cellular attributes like size, cell debris, growth phase, agglomeration factor and contamination provides profound insights into the viability of the algae culture.
Monitoring the algae cultivation in real-time enables increasing process productivity as well as the quality of the cultivated algae. The resulting avoidance of manual lab work and faulty production leads to an optimized industrial algae cultivation.
Let’s solve your challenges together!
Prof. Dr. Volker Nestle
Head of Development LifeTech at Festo
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