Measure bacteria growth by respirat

Jan Czekajewski 76220.1077 at CompuServe.COM
Mon Jul 15 23:11:15 EST 1996

Respirometery or measuring gases produced by bacteria is a 
reliable method of measuring bacteria growth. We have developed 
RESPIROMETER which can measure O2 consumtion and CO2 production 
by aerobic bacteria. The same instrument can also be used for 
measuring anaerobic processes when equiped with additional gas 
analyzers for H2, H2S, CH4, NH3 CO etc. Respirometer has 
sensitivity : 0.2 ul of gas pe hour. Measurement is based on 
periodic measurments of gas head space content using one set of 
precission ( 0.001% resolution) gas analyzers. Multiplexing gas 
valves connect gas analyzers to 1 to 80 reactors (chambers). 
Software allows  multiple experiments at the same time.  The same 
system can be configured to operate with constant air supply to 
the reactors. Applications: biodegradation of  polymers and oil, 
oxygen consumption of plants and vegetables, germination of 
seeds, respiration of soil, respiration of algea, respiration of 
rats and mice and many more.You may look at at our home page: 
http://www.colinst.com ( in environmental section) or e-mail your 
street address to which I will send you application papers. Jan 
Czekajewski, E-mail: 75144.2413 at compuserve.com

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