Controlled porosity of the porous metal tank and in-line spargers allows uniform permeability and consistent/repeatable performance each and every time.
By creating thousands of tiny bubbles, porous metal Biofermentation Spargers greatly increase gas absorption and reduce energy expenses compared to traditional drilled pipe in biofermentation processes.
Bioreactor Spargers greatly increase mass transfer rates through the introduction of gases into stirred or unstirred reactor vessels via millions of tiny bubbles to increase the gas-to-liquid contact areas.
Mott micro spargers can greatly reduce the size of the aeration gas bubbles which will increase the amount of surface area for a given volume of gas in laboratory, pilot scale bioreactors, and fermentors.
Spargers can be configured into any number of shapes, sizes, and hardware connections with strictly controlled pore uniformity for ideal bubble size in gas-to-liquid contacting.
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