In cooperation with LGem, tests for cultivating special aqueous algae in bioreactors have been running successfully since 2007. In 2010 the Technical University Wildau in Berlin joined the project as another development partner. Professor Franz Xaver Wildenauer, TH Wildau/Berlin, reports: “The potential of the new biotechnology is huge and so are the necessary investments, which is why we are conducting applied research together with our partner GF Piping Systems.“
Algae – raw material of the future grown in bioreactors made with plastic pipesJun 12, 2012 10:00 AM
GF Piping Systems is closely involved in the research and development of the first bioreactors for algae production available in Europe and the USA. The new piping system designed for this application is made of transparent plastic. The successful collaboration with development partners LGem (NL), TH Wildau (D), Texas University in Austin (USA) and AlgEternal (USA) has led to the release of the first bioreactors for algae cultivation.