Fermenter

A large vessel (5,000 to 50,000 gallons) in which industrial fermentations are carried out.

fermenter

<apparatus> In biotechnology, a fermenter is the container in which host cells containing recombinant DNA are grown. ... Ferments can vary in size from less than a liter for experimental systems to thousands of liters for commercial systems. The one constant is that they are closed tanks. ... (14 Nov 1997) ...
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fermenter

fermenter 1. A device employed in a technical process of fermentation; for example, a fabricated vessel used in brewing beer. 2. An organism that carries out a process of fermentation.
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fermenter

Type: Term Pronunciation: fĕr-ment′er Definitions: 1. A large container used in cultures of microorganisms.
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Fermenter

The vessel in which the mash is distilled into alcoholic liquid, or wash.
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Fermenter

(see Washback)
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Fermenter

A vessel used to contain wort during fermentation.
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fermenter

Any vessel in which fermentation takes place. In home brewing, fermenters are usually plastic buckets, or carboys (large jugs) made from either plastic or glass. Commercial breweries typically use large stainless steel tanks.
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