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Aber introduces Biomass Monitoring.

Aber introduces Biomass Monitoring

I.D. Distributions of Thousand Oaks, CA, has announced the introduction and representation of Aber Instruments, Ltd., and its Biomass Monitoring Systems, into the United States, Canada and Mexico.

The Biomass and yeast cell monitors are being acknowledged within the medical, fermentation and pharmaceutical industries as the world's most accurate Real Time Biomass Monitoring System.

Aber's international marketing manager, Roger Owen, was recently quoted as saying that the instruments are suitable for the measurement of viable bacteria, yeast, animal, plant and other cellular biomass. Ruptured cells and non-cellular particles have a negligible effect on the instrument readings, he added.

The monitors are designed and manufactured for use in the laboratory and process areas. A rugged electrode probe inserted into the process pipework viable cell concentration levels, growth and lysis. The probe is in-place cleanable and sterilizable.

The limitations imposed by conventional optical measurement techniques have been overcome and high biomass concentrations can now be monitored in real time even in opaque and solid media.

For further information on this equipment, contact: I.D. Distributions, 1335 Sterling Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360; or phone: (800) 621-4144 or (805) 373-9964.
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Title Annotation:Aber Instruments Ltd.; Biomass Monitoring Systems
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Nov 4, 1991
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