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CANTY imaging systems have been involved in the control to improve yield of fermentation for several years. Measurement of cell size, concentration and viability in real time in batch and perfusion type fermentation is critical to the process yield. The measurement of foam allows operators independent control of anti-foam additions. The measurement of cell size, count, viability and concentration in the lab or at-line is accomplished by our imaging based system which can distinguish a cell form a gas bubbles and other trace particles.
Liquid analysis using a high resolution CCD/CMOS image sensor that detects turbidity changes in fluids by measuring the transmittance of light. Using advanced software algorithms the system automatically removes gas bubbles from the analysis resulting in highly accurate and repeatable data outputs. This system is designed for inline use with varying pressures, temperatures, and pipe diameters.
Unlike laser analysis which requires the dilution amount to be exact every time, the CANTY system requires a minimum dilution but no maximum dilution. This is demonstrated by the basin on top. It is achieved because visual measurement detects the particles unlike laser which detects light scattering.
10 um – 2,400 um Particle size analysis range. Finished sugar product is subjected to a series of quality control tests in order to determine if the sugar crystals are the correct size and shape, and also that the concentration of black specks / burned sugar crystals is within specification. CANTY’S range of image based particle analysis systems provide true size and shape characterization, with each particle measured under 13 size and shape parameters. CANTY’S imaging systems also offer the option of Black Speck detection within the sugar sample. The systems can be run at line through the use of a sweep sampler, or offline as laboratory instruments. This system provides direct correlation to traditional sieve analysis, but does so in a much shorter analysis time, with much less operator input required