Achieving process consistency is a critical goal in cell culture and fermentation operations. However, one common challenge in these processes is the accumulation of air bubbles on oxygen sensors. This can cause severe signal noise, which in turn can mask the true oxygen level, complicating process control and leading to variability.
To avoid this issue, robust aeration control is crucial. You can improve growth, productivity, and product quality by ensuring adequate oxygen supply to cells. However, air bubbles on oxygen sensors can disrupt aeration control, which can lead to inaccurate oxygen measurements.
Fortunately, there are ways to eliminate signal noise caused by air bubbles on oxygen sensors.
In this whitepaper you will learn:
- Importance of robust aeration control in cell culture and fermentation processes
- Problem of air bubbles on oxygen sensors causing signal noise and complicating process control
- Practical solutions to eliminate signal noise and improve aeration control
- Ways to optimize aeration control for better process consistency and product quality
By following the recommendations outlined in our white paper, you can improve process consistency, reduce variability, and achieve better product quality in your fermentation and cell culture operations.
In conclusion, if you want to ensure optimal performance in your fermentation and cell culture processes, download our white paper today and learn how to eliminate noisy oxygen measurements caused by air bubbles on oxygen sensors.