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fermentor sparger design

fermentor sparger design

fermentor sparger design

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90m3 volume of liquid,air supply 4000scfm at2.5 barg,25 deg c temp.152mm pipe size,kindly suggest size and number of holes on sparger.

RE: fermentor sparger design

If 1/8" DIA. hole (3.2mm) drill 1792 holes
If 3/16" Dia. hole (4.8mm) drill 797 holes
If 1/4" Dia. hole (3.44mm) drill 448 holes
Hope this helps.

RE: fermentor sparger design

RESPECTED TURULATO,

Could u please apprise the way/method you arrived at the above answer.Relevent books/articles will do.

Thanks in advance

SALKO

RE: fermentor sparger design

Any air blower manufacturer will be more than happy to send you all the literature you need to design air spargers. You may want to contact hoffman for starters.

RE: fermentor sparger design

TRY THE FOLLOWING RELEVENT INFO.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING MARCH 9,1981 ,116-117
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING APRIL 6,1981, 93-95
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING NOV17,1980, 277-281

SALKO

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