New Algem® HT24 Photobioreactor Launches at AlgalBBB
Jun 17 2019 Read 477 Times
Visit Algenuity at the 9th International Conference on Algal Biomass, Biofuels and Bioproducts (AlgalBBB 2019) in Boulder, CO, from the 17th to the 19th of June, for the launch of the Algem HT24 photobioreactor. AlgalBBB covers all areas of emerging algal technology, placing a major emphasis on the latest unpublished technical and scientific results, along with discussion and direct interactions with strategic partners, funding sponsors, and leaders in the field.
The Algem HT24 is a compact, computer-controlled photobioreactor for microalgae research. It comprises 24 separate reactors - each independently controlled and monitored - enabling the highest throughput of strain, culture media, and growth condition variance commercially available. Precisely calibrated, white LEDs provide maximum flexibility with light intensity and diurnal light cycle (light/dark periods) control, while the fully enclosed design eliminates contamination from unwanted light (optional red LEDs available), raising the standards of your algae cultivation and improving your data accuracy and reproducibility.
The Algem HT24 also features the company’s own custom-designed Algenious® user interface that displays the acquisition of all major parameters simultaneously in real time. The software is highly intuitive and features advanced capabilities that support even the most demanding research requirements.
Come and meet the Algenuity team to find out more about the Algem HT24. We promise it will change the way you think about growing algae.
More information online: www.algenuity.com
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