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DASGIP® PhotoBioreactor

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Phototrophic cultivations comprise a wide range of organisms using different types of chlorophyll. In combination with the Eppendorf DASGIP PBR4 module the DASGIP PhotoBioreactor enables illumination with selected wavelengths, ideally matched to the absorption maxima of relevant chlorophyll molecules.

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Accessories (10)

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  • DR03P, 750 mL – 2.63 L, dip tube, overhead drive, photobioreactor
  • pitched-blade impeller
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Catalog no. 76DR03P

  • DS1000ODSP, 350 mL – 1.0 L, 2x GL45 side arms, overhead drive, photobioreactor
  • 2 pitched-blade impellers
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Catalog no. 76DS1000ODSP

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DASGIP PhotoBioreactors are designed specifically to take advantage of DASGIP Parallel Bioreactor Systems in phototrophic cultivation applications.
Plant suspensions, algae and phototrophic bacteria can be grown under customized and variable lighting conditions. Making this possible are the integrated DASGIP LED Illumination Devices providing optimum light conditions for growth and photosynthesis. DASGIP PhotoBioreactors come in small and bench scale.

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Do stainless steel components bear any risk of corrosion?

As it is highly resistant to most laboratory chemicals, stainless steel, e.g. 1.4571 (AISI-316Ti), 1.4404 (AISI-316L), is used for wetted parts in DASGIP Bioreactor Systems. A passive coating made of chrome oxide protects the steel from oxidizing agents. Despite these protective properties, corrosion can still occur in extreme situations such as mechanical surface damage or when the parts come in contact with concentrated acids or alkaline solutions. An indication of corrosion can be discoloration that is visible even after a thorough cleaning (ultrasonic bath with an approved stainless steel cleaning solution).

How are DASGIP vessels agitated?

How many speed-controlled pumps do the DASGIP bioreactors feature?