Photobioreactors

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laboratory photobioreactor / autoclavable
laboratory photobioreactor
Elara Flat

Elara Flat is a flat panel photobioreactor, available in a 1.6 L total volume. The vessel agitation is performed through airlift and it's particular asymmetrical shape avoids foam formation.

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Solaris Biotechnology
autoclavable photobioreactor / for cell culture
autoclavable photobioreactor
Elara ST

ELARA ST photobioreactor is ideal for phototrophic organisms as moss, microalgae, bacteria and plant cells under optimum conditions. The spectrum is selectable and the light intensity is dimmable from 0-100% up to 3000 ...

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Solaris Biotechnology
photobioreactor for the pharmaceutical industry / laboratory / autoclavable
photobioreactor for the pharmaceutical industry
Algaemaster 10

The Algaemaster 10 is a photo bioreactor - the perfect equipment for scientists to re-create the ideal conditions for growing phototrophic organisms such as microalgae. These are increasingly of interest for translational science; e.g. ...