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Sep 15, 2007 (Vol. 27, No. 16)

DASGIP

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Gas Mixing System

MX4/1 is a gas-mixing system for fermentation and cell cultivation in parallel bioreactor systems. It is designed to supply reactor sizes up to pilot scale. MX4/1 provides a mass flow-controlled mixture of air, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen and pipes the gas mixture into one reactor at a rate of up to 2,000 standard liters per hour. Electronic mass flow controllers and set-points at each outlet enable adjustment of oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations. Users can also define the mixture components of incoming gases. MX4/1 is equipped with pressure sensors to ensure gassing is automatically stopped when excess pressure occurs.

  • DASGIP
  • Rudolf-Schulten-Strasse 5
  • Julich, 52428
  • GERMANY

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