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8 reasons why algae should be cultivated in a tubular glass PBR instead of in plastic bags Comparison of algae cultivation technologies 2017-11-30 Frank Schuenzel No Comments

Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Exploitation of Microalgae .

Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Exploitation of Microalgae .

Raceway pond, Helical-tubular photobioreactor: EPA oil for human nutrition, aquaculture: Odontella aurita: 1996: Photoautotrophic, heterotrophic or mixotrophic: outdoor open ponds, Pilot Tanks, cylindrical glass columns and flat-plate photobioreactors: Human nutrition, baby food as EPA and DHA source, cosmetics: Phaeodactylum tricornutum: 1996 .

Plastic bags or tubular glass PBR? - SCHOTT PBR-Blog

Plastic bags or tubular glass PBR? - SCHOTT PBR-Blog

2017-9-14 · The productivity of plastic bags is considerably poorer than that of tubular glass PBRs due to numerous reasons. Studies show that plastic bags produce between 30 and 60% less algae per year and area compared to tubular glass PBRs. This article is an extract from our e-book "Algae cultivation in plastic bags in comparison to tubular glass .

Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Exploitation of Microalgae .

Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Exploitation of Microalgae .

Raceway pond, Helical-tubular photobioreactor: EPA oil for human nutrition, aquaculture: Odontella aurita: 1996: Photoautotrophic, heterotrophic or mixotrophic: outdoor open ponds, Pilot Tanks, cylindrical glass columns and flat-plate photobioreactors: Human nutrition, baby food as EPA and DHA source, cosmetics: Phaeodactylum tricornutum: 1996 .

Tubular Glass Photobioreactors

Tubular Glass Photobioreactors

4 Algae Production Systems 5 Crystal Clear Benefits 7 Product Range Borosilicate Glass Tubing Borosilicate Glass U- and J-Bends Couplings Borosilicate Glass Manifolds 15 Packaging 16 Borosilicate Glass Properties 18 Closed Tubular Photobioreactors versus Open Ponds 19 Borosilicate Glass versus Polymer Materials

Tubular photobioreactor Archives - SCHOTT PBR-Blog

Tubular photobioreactor Archives - SCHOTT PBR-Blog

Plastic or glass tubing for cultivating algae? 2018-02-20 Frank Schuenzel No Comments Why is a tubular photobioreactor with glass tubing significantly better than one with plastic tubing?

Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Exploitation of Microalgae .

Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Exploitation of Microalgae .

Raceway pond, Helical-tubular photobioreactor: EPA oil for human nutrition, aquaculture: Odontella aurita: 1996: Photoautotrophic, heterotrophic or mixotrophic: outdoor open ponds, Pilot Tanks, cylindrical glass columns and flat-plate photobioreactors: Human nutrition, baby food as EPA and DHA source, cosmetics: Phaeodactylum tricornutum: 1996 .

Photobioreactor high end glass benefits | SCHOTT AG

Photobioreactor high end glass benefits | SCHOTT AG

Glass tubes by SCHOTT are a very good choice, if you are planning to construct a photobioreactor (PBR) for productive, high quality and cost efficient algae cultivation. PBRs with our glass tubes are characterized by six clear benefits: Bio secure Algae cultivation in SCHOTT glass systems is bio-secure.

Closed systems: Widespread methods | SCHOTT AG

Closed systems: Widespread methods | SCHOTT AG

Types of closed systems Tubular PBR systems Tubes made of glass or polymer are arranged vertically or horizontally. In most cases a pump enables the algae culture to pass through the tubular system, after which the culture is collected by a tank and recycled again into the tubular system.

Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Exploitation of Microalgae .

Fermentation | Free Full-Text | Exploitation of Microalgae .

Raceway pond, Helical-tubular photobioreactor: EPA oil for human nutrition, aquaculture: Odontella aurita: 1996: Photoautotrophic, heterotrophic or mixotrophic: outdoor open ponds, Pilot Tanks, cylindrical glass columns and flat-plate photobioreactors: Human nutrition, baby food as EPA and DHA source, cosmetics: Phaeodactylum tricornutum: 1996 .

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EFFICIENCY. The section efficiency delivers information on which aspects around the PBR have a positive or negative effect on the efficiency of the algae cultivation. The goal hereby is that you experience what you have to look out for when setting up a preferably productive PBR.

Photobioreactor Design - Glass versus Polymer | SCHOTT .

Photobioreactor Design - Glass versus Polymer | SCHOTT .

Why? Because the overall efficiency of the tubular system determines the growth dynamics of the algae within the PBR. The tubes can be produced using various source materials: one being glass and the other being different polymer types such as UV-PVC and PMMA. In our guideline, we systematically compare glass and polymer tubing for use in a PBR.

Tubular Glass Photobioreactors - Schott AG

Tubular Glass Photobioreactors - Schott AG

of tubular PBR systems • High value products or high quality inoculum can be produced with optimum reliability • Easy cleanability allows defined initial status any time, thus switching algae species is possible and secure • GMO is possible in closed reactor design whereas open ponds are very limited Open pond Closed tubular photobioreactor

Plastic or glass tubing for cultivating algae? - SCHOTT .

Plastic or glass tubing for cultivating algae? - SCHOTT .

2018-2-20 · Why is a tubular photobioreactor with glass tubing significantly better than one with plastic tubing? Tubular photobioreactors (PBR) exist in laboratory and production sizes, as they are the only systems that are able to produce high quality biomass for cost efficient production of high-end algae products such as DHA, astaxanthin and spirulina.