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Fermenter BioFlo® 610 series

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Product Information The New Brunswick BioFlo 610 is a compact, mobile, pilot-plant fermentor for process development and small-scale production. A modular design and wide variety of standard and optional components provide the flexibility to customize the system to meet your process requirements. Working volumes › 16.0 L to 50.0L › 32.0 L to 100.0 L Gas flow control › Single gas › Two gas › Overlay (valve only) Gas flow › 1 TMFC, 50 L vessels, 1.5  –  75 SLPM › 1 TMFC, 100 L vessels, 3.0 – 150 SLPM › 2 TMFC, 50 L vessels, 1.5 – 75/0.6 - 32 SLPM › 2 TMFC, 100 L vessels, 3.0 –  150/1.0 - 64 SLPM Exhaust line › Exhaust condenser › Automatic pressure control Impellers › Rushton-type, standard › Pitched-blade, optional › Marine, optional Sensors › Single or redundant pH/DO › Redox › Foam/level Addition and sampling › Resterilizable sampling valve › Resterilizable addition valves (4 max) › 1.5 in sanitary fitting 7-port septum › Addition vessels (glass/stainless steel) › Sterile sampling assembly Validation › Basic Package › Basic Plus Package › Enhanced Package Utility regulator and pre-filter kits › Process air pre-filter/regulator kit › Instrument air pre-filter/regulator kit › Water pre-filter/regulator kit › Process steam regulator kit › Utility steam pre-filter/regulator kit › Utility connection kit Additional options › Sprayballs for clean-in-place of vessel › External variable-speed pumps › External scales › Spare parts kits › Preventive maintenance kits › System passivation › Low pressure seal alarm for double mechanical seal › Glycol/chiller heat exchanger

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