Bioreactor fermenters

The perfect bioreactor series for microbial & cell culture research

World-class bioreactors: one standard of technical excellence, applicability, and support. Whether you’re sourcing one bioreactor, or multiple systems, for your biotechnology research project, the answer to your requirements almost certainly lies in the versatility and laboratory-tested reliability of the FerMac 310/60, 320 and 200 fermenter series.

 
FerMac 310/60

FerMac 310/60 Bioreactor

A versatile fermenter designed with the modern laboratory in mind- An autoclavable, bench-top bioreactor control system.

The FerMac 310/60 is designed with the modern multi-function laboratory in mind. It offers the control and footprint of an integrated system combined with the flexibility of a modular system.

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FerMac 320 Bioreactor

Outstanding value-for-money package- An autoclavable, bench-top bioreactor control system.

The FerMac 320 is a new medium-priced system which combines a specially designed range of vessels with a variation of our established 360 controller to give a truly outstanding value-for-money package with proven realiability.

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FerMac 320
FerMac 200 Bioreactor

FerMac 200 Bioreactor

A modular, autoclavable cost effective bioreactor control system.

Each module, although totally independent, can stack together to create an extremely neat, combined unit with inter-linking power cables.

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FerMac 368 Gas Analyser

Easy-to-use , low cost cell activity monitoring system

The FerMac 368 Gas Analyser analyzes the amount of oxygen uptake and carbon dioxide production in the outlet gas from your bioreactor or fermenter.

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FerMac 368 Gas Analyser
FerMac Air Lift Vessel

FerMac Air Lift Vessel

Designed to work with fragile cell lines

The FerMac Air Lift vessel is specifically designed for work with cell lines which are fragile so that any type of mechanical impellor may shear them. Using forced air to circulate the cells and growth media, this air lift vessel provides a serious alternative to an impellor driven bioreactor system.

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Photobioreactors are one of the key tools used in algal biofuel research

Being a controlled environment, they are suited to laboratory scale research, especially as the conditions (including light intensity) can be closely controlled. This may be to mimic conditions in the natural environment or to investigate optimum growth.

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Photobioreactor