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We have patented an extremely efficient Bioreactor with a capacity of 500 litres, that uses no electricity and can be produced for 200 pounds (Sterling).
One person could easily manage 100 of our units;
100 Bioreactors x 500 litres = 50,000 litres
100 Bioreactors x 5 grams per litre = 250 kilos per day
100 Bioreactors x 50% lipid oil = 125 litres per day
100 Bioreactors x 200 (Sterling) = 20,000 (Sterling)
100 bioreactors x 500sq centimetres = 50sq metres
The next step is to put this into operation, and we are currently looking for investors and land owners in developing coutries with good climate.
Mon June 28 2010 05:33:32 AM by Algalsolution Cost effectivity 2017 views

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  • Romesh wrote:
    Mon June 28 2010 10:40:48 AM

    what is the cost of this bio-reactor. This produce fuel direct from of algae plz ive reply

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  • Bmassey wrote:
    Tue June 29 2010 01:56:15 PM

    How much of the 200 pounds (Sterling) is labor? Could it be produced easily in a developing country where it is to be used?

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  • Larsyn wrote:
    Tue June 29 2010 04:51:59 PM

    Sounds good . How large are these units & how much space do they take up? Do they need to be housed indoors? Do they need temperature controls? Would they op[erate in a greenhouse.

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  • Alby wrote:
    Wed June 30 2010 04:42:08 AM

    I would be interested in learning more about this PBR. We have access to several parcels of land situated near CO2 sources in Asia. We are currently looking at several designs.

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  • Manohar wrote:
    Wed June 30 2010 09:15:06 AM

    @Bmassey
    Good question. What are the specifications of the bio reactor. Length b and h.
    How does it help control, light, temperature and pressure ?
    What are its features ?

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  • Wed June 30 2010 01:30:27 PM

    Thanks for your questions.The height of this Bioreactor is 200cm and width 50cm. Solar panels are used to control light, temperature and pressure.

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  • Karan wrote:
    Mon July 05 2010 12:10:41 PM

    I m interested in the detail of the same

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  • Vinaygade wrote:
    Wed July 21 2010 08:36:19 AM

    I have well exposed to fermentation and biomethanation technologies if someone need to build reactor for ecomical feasibity minimum size should be 1,00,000 liters such lab-scale/bench scale plants are good for research but economically unviable.Also the price of reactor is to high

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  • Sun August 29 2010 10:27:24 AM

    1,000,000. Divided by 50,000 = 20 (workers) x 50 cents per day wages = $10.Per Day
    20 x 50 M2 = 1000 M2

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  • Sun August 29 2010 10:32:02 AM

    $200 x 100 x 50 = $1,000,000.(1,000,000. litres under cultivation).
    Are these calcs right Sam.

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  • Hi4kok wrote:
    Sun August 07 2011 06:43:52 PM

    What is right climate for this algie?

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