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Pulsed electric field lab-scale system

Identification of Facility
TitlePulsed electric field lab-scale system
Key wordspulsed electric fields, preservation, microbiological inactivation
Latest version2013/04/19
ManufacturerOSU PEF Team, The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH, USA)
ModelOSU-4B
Descriptionelectrode gap (mm): 2.9 mm

chamber diameter (mm): 2.2 mm

max field strength (kV/cm): 34 kV/cm

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Weblinkwww.cfri.hu
Possibilities and limitspeak voltage (kV): 10 kV

pulse duration (ms): 1 – 10 µs

frequency (kHz): 0 – 5 kHz

flow rate: 0.8 – 2 ml/s

quantity of treated sample per analysis: 20 ml

Application
Application fields Preservation of filtered fruit – and vegetable juices
Application examples Liquids
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Accessibility & Support Service
Access conditions Accomplishing the requested research as service by the host organization
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Languages English, German, Hungarian
Other languages
Training specific training is necessary to use this infrastructure
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Technical help staff is available that can help to use this infrastructure
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Contact data
Contact person Zsuzsanna Cserhalmi, Piroska Hartyáni
Institute/company NAIK EKI
Country Hungary
Address H-1022 Budapest, Herman Ottó út 15

OSU-4B Pulsed electric field lab-scale system

pulsed electric fields, preservation, microbiological inactivation 2013/04/19 OSU PEF Team, The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH, USA) OSU-4B electrode gap (mm): 2.9 mm

chamber diameter (mm): 2.2 mm

max field strength (kV/cm): 34 kV/cm www.cfri.hu peak voltage (kV): 10 kV

pulse duration (ms): 1 – 10 µs

frequency (kHz): 0 – 5 kHz

flow rate: 0.8 – 2 ml/s

quantity of treated sample per analysis: 20 ml


Preservation of filtered fruit – and vegetable juices Liquids Accomplishing the requested research as service by the host organization

English, German, Hungarian

specific training is necessary to use this infrastructure

staff is available that can help to use this infrastructure

PEF equipment 46.30.62.20

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Created by Kerstin on 19 April 2013, at 13:32