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Algae Bioreactor equipment

  • Model Phyco-Pyxis™ - Photo Bioreactor Production Systems for Algae

    The production of micro algae is in many cases time consuming and costly. The quality of algae, efficiency and reliability of production systems has a significant impact upon the economics and viability of primary production operations.

    By Varicon Aqua Solutions Ltd based in Malvern, UNITED KINGDOM. from Algae PhotoBioreactors Product line

  • Instant Algae - Monoculture Marine Microalgae

    Instant Algae is produced from highly concentrated, monoculture marine microalgae. It is grown in a high-tech, tightly controlled photo bioreactor system where sources of contamination are eliminated. The paste can easily be reconstituted by mixing it with either fresh or salt water. Simply shake or blend the concentrate into a small quantity of ...

    By Artemia International LLC based in Fairview, TEXAS (USA). from Larval Diets & Enrichment Products Product line

  • Photo-Bioreactor

    Algae photosynthesis continues around the clock. Our Photo-Bioreactor allows algae to grow twice as fast compared to any other traditional method. With our technology, photosynthesis continually activates. Once a 5KWh energy source is fed into an approximately 100,000 gallon algae tank or tube, we inject CO2 and Nitrogen at 2,000PPM using 420nm ...

    By Quantum Dynamic Sciences Inc. (QDS) based in Mahwah, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Photobioreactors

    Every aspect of Industrial Plankton's photobioreactors can be adjusted to provide ideal growth parameters for practically any species of algae. This allows our systems to be incredibly productive and dependable. Our photobioreactors eliminate nearly all of the repetitive and time consuming aspects of algae culturing, allowing operators to focus on ...

    By Industrial Plankton Inc. based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA). from Turn-key photobioreactors for on-site algae production Product line

  • Symbiotic - Model Mac-B - Algae Cultivation Technology

    Growing microalgae year round north of the 45th parallel, outside in the elements, using conventional methods poses a formidable challenge eight months of the year. Drawing on a lifetime of experience gained from working in the heavy equipment and oilfield equipment development field, Symbiotic’s founder, Art Deane enthusiastically embraced ...

    By Symbiotic EnviroTek Inc based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Electro Water Separation (EWS) for Algae

    OriginClear’s Electro Water Separation (EWS) technology is a smart and continuous flow system that efficiently dewaters and concentrates micro-algae. EWS is available for licensing, and can be incorporated into complete systems, along with upstream and downstream functions such as pelletizing for feed. EWS solves a major barrier to ...

    By OriginClear Inc. based in Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Algae Biofuel Biology Science Education System

    Biodiesel Business Academy (BBA) has launched Algae Biofuel Biology Science Education System as a part of its campus biofuel initiative for serving schools, colleges and universities, as well as developing world applications.We at CJP have been working on low cost production of algae biomass to make low cost biofuel and got specialization in small ...

    By Advanced Biofuel Center based in Jaipur, INDIA.

  • Algem - Environment Modelling Labscale Photobioreactor

    Unlike other systems on the market that are often bioreactors with crudely bolted-on lights and not completely fit for purpose, the Algem was designed by our team of algal R&D scientists specifically to drive forward algal biology research. We are proud to offer you the Algem that fulfils our wish list of being simple and easy to use, ...

    By Algenuity based in Stewartby, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Carbon-Negative Fuel

    Traditionally – and currently – for virtually every known competitor in the biomass-to-fuel sector, the conversion of biomass typically produces a large quantity of waste carbon molecules, since biomass has substantial excess carbon (versus hydrogen) when used to produce conventional petrochemical fuel components.

    By XFuels Inc. based in Didsbury, ALBERTA (CANADA). from Other Products Product line

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