Re: Cotton in yeast reactor
>> From: KB Koh <KB_Koh at ccm_ipn.intel.com>
>> Anyone know how to prevent the white cotton-looking substance from
>> appearing at the CO2 reactor? Thanks in advance.
>If you mean frothy bubbles on the top of the water, these are quite
>normal. If you mean the yellowish sediment on the bottom, these are
>yeast sediment and normal as well.
If I understood the question properly, he is referring to a fluffy bacterial
growth that occurs inside the reactor, not the generator. I get this growth
too, but I don't know if there is a way to prevent it. One possiblity that
might have an effect is to add a bubble counter in-line between the generator
and the reactor. I tried this, but the bubble counter leaked, so I removed it.
That's the best I can do on this question.
David W. Webb
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Texas Instruments Inc.
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