Products/Services for Odor Enzyme Bacterial Digesters

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    Digesters - (51 companies)
    Digesters break down samples into their basic constituents for analysis. While they function in a similar fashion to biological digestion, the constituents are not used for food, rather for study. Sample digestion is often involved in hunts...
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    Pulp and Paper Processing Equipment - (53 companies)
    Pulp and paper processing equipment includes fourdrinier machines, pulpers, digesters, refiners, chippers, chip processors and other specialized machinery used to process pulp and form paper webs while maintaining quality and throughput. Pulp...
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    Air Biofilters - (22 companies)
    Air biofilters use microorganisms to capture and biologically degrade air pollutants, such as VOCs and odors. Air biofilters are air pollution control devices that use microorganisms to capture and biologically degrade air pollutants...
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    High Pressure Processing Equipment - (9 companies)
    High pressure processing equipment is used to preserve and sterilize foods, beverages, proteins, enzymes, and other bioactive materials. This method subjects products to pressures as high as 100,000 pounds per square inch (psi) to inactivate...
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    Electronic Noses - (9 companies)
    Electronic noses detect chemical makeup of odors and flavors, each of which has an identifiable 'fingerprint.' Electronic noses detect and identify odors and flavors. These devices can sense the underlying chemical makeup of an odor, each of which...
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    Wastewater Treatment Equipment - (608 companies)
    Wastewater treatment equipment is used to treat, remediate, and process effluent wastewater.
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    Water and Wastewater System Integrators - (178 companies)
    Water and Wastewater Systems Integrators design, engineer and build wastewater systems for applications that range from small industrial systems to large scale municipal systems.
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    High Pressure Processing Services - (9 companies)
    High pressure processing (HPP) is used to treat foods, beverages, proteins, enzymes, and potentially other bioactive materials such as pharmaceuticals. HPP inactivates or destroys food pathogens and spoilage organisms such as bacteria or mold spores...
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    Food Additives - (419 companies)
    ...is an undesirable occurrence in processed food. It may occur through the reaction (autoxidation) between carbon-carbon bonds and molecular oxygen in unsaturated fatty acids, which produces free radicals which cause undesirable odors and tastes...
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    Biotechnology Services - (439 companies)
    ...for biotechnology services: the immunoblotting basic protocol, western blotting for chromagenic and chemiluminescent detection, and the basic ELISA protocol. ELISA, an acronym for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, is a laboratory test to determine...

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  • IMPROVED BIOMASS UTILIZATION THROUGH REMOTE FLOW SENSING
    … free environment, and has the advantage of producing a fuel gas (methane) and odor free residues rich … The performance of anaerobic digesters is affected primarily by the retention time of substrate in the reactor and the degree of contact between incoming substrate and a viable bacterial population. adequate mixing to improve the distribution of substrates, enzymes and microorganisms throughout the digester (Chapman 1989; Lema …
  • Methods for rapid screening and isolation of bacteria producing acidic lipase: feasibility studies and novel activity assay protocols
    From food waste samples, the proposed screening procedures allowed isolation of sixteen pure bacterial strains expressing higher … Keywords Back-titration Æ Enzyme assay Æ Food wastes Æ Lipase Æ Microwave treatment Æ pH-stat … However, the process may result in release of unpleasant odor and the oil residues still require fur … Thus, addi- tion of lipase into food waste digesters may lead to more efficient oils/fats degradation in …
  • Simulating the Degradation of Odor Precursors in Primary and Waste-Activated Sludge During Anaerobic Digestion
    … and other easily fermentable substrates can repress the synthesis of exoproteases (a necessary enzyme ) in pure cultures … … fractions: soluble, bound/labile (loosely attached with the cells), and tightly bound fractions (within the bacterial cells) [2]. Labile proteins are thought to become readily bioavailable during dewatering giving rise to higher odor potential [9]. This includes the generation of H2S in the digester gas and the fate of sulfur species in …
  • Subject Index—Volume 44, 2002
    … factor, of group A strepto- cocci, fibrinogen-binding domain of, 236 Siderophore-degrading enzyme , role of baci … … filtration and impaction assess bioaerosols in, 136 Swine waste, carvacrol and thymol reduce odor and pathogens of … Tannins, isolation from shea cake digester of E. coli strain tolerant of, 341 Thermococcus hydrothermalis, polymer … HPA synthesis by recombi- nant P. corrugata from, 189 Triolein, regioselectivity of new bacterial lipases determined by …
  • Air Pollution Prevention and Control: Bioreactors and Bioenergy
    … investigate the functional bacteria and Archaea communities of a full-scale mesophilic anaerobic municipal sludge digester [105]. In the context of odor removal, microautoradiography has been used for the identification and quantitative assessments of bacterial populations involved in the removal of butyric acid and dimethyl disulfide (DMDS) in a full-scale biofilter treating gas from a pig facility [101]. … DNA analysis), (ii) what is metabolically active (SSU rRNA analysis), or (iii) which enzymes could be expressed …
  • Biological Treatment Processes
    Bacteria, 12, 210 Bacterial population, 323–324 Bacterial -algal symbiosis, 318 Bacteriological Activity, 44–45 Bacteriophages, 15 Bar, definition, 801 Berm design, 338 Bio … … 379 Biofilter case studies, 748 Biofilter design parameters, 747 Biofilter limitations, 755 Biofilter media, biological odor and VOC control process … Digester gas holder cover and appurtenances, 607 Digester heat transfer coefficients, 611 Digester reactor configuration, 594 Digestion … … impact aerated static pile, 693–694 rotating biological contactors, 446 trickling filter, 399 Environmental processes, 1 Enzymes , 6 .
  • Control of sulphide during anaerobic treatment of S-containing wastewaters by adding limited amounts of oxygen or nitrate
    1992) Biochemical inhibition of sulfate reduction in batch and continuous anaerobic digesters . 1999) The use of ferric salts for controlling sulfide odors in high-strength pulp and paper manufacturing … … The effect of chemical oxidation on the biological sulfide oxidation by an alka- liphilic sulfoxidizing bacterial consortium. Enzyme Microb Technol 40:292–298 Hagen CE, Hartung RW .
  • Sewage treatment by vermifiltration with synchronous treatment of sludge by earthworms: a low-cost sustainable technology over conventional systems with potent...
    It works as a ‘sludge digester ’ where the sludge is softened by the grume excreted in … … Ca) and then it comes to the intestine where it is absorbed and decomposed by the enzymes . They also secrete a celeomic fluid which has ‘anti- bacterial ’ properties and arrest the formation of … There is no foul odor as the earthworms arrest rotting and decay of all putrescible matters in …
  • Environmental Bioengineering
    … disin- tegration aggregates has to be seen in relation to the reduction of digester volume and digestion … Enzyme Treatment … of enzymes can increase degradation; however, it is an expensive technique that produces a strong odor (17). Bacterial cells’ structures are influ- enced by both the direct and indirect action of ionization products, disrupting …
  • Pig production in subtropical agriculture
    Because the faeces have a high water content, a high bacterial load and many types of metabolic enzymes , valorisation of N is accelerated and sulfur is converted into volatilised sulfur gases. … of manure may lead to series environmental problems, such as air polluted with odour , water pollution and … For example, enclosed anaerobic digesters can reduce organic content by 90% while producing a biogas that can …