Anitox will take to the Innovation Stage at this year’s FEW conference in Minneapolis to explain how ‘Thermostable OptimOH Revolutionizes Bacteria Control in Ethanol Production’.
The talk, given by Technical Business Development Manager-Biofuels Eric Sumner at 12:00pm on Wednesday June 3, will explain how OptimOH’s thermostable characteristic means greater control of pathogens earlier in the ethanol production process, maximising alcohol yield potential. “OptimOH can be added to slurry to control bacteria in the pre-fermentation phase, killing bacteria much earlier in the process to protect sugars and support a stronger fermentation,” says Sumner.
“We’re sponsoring FEW for the first time, underlining Anitox’s commitment and value to the biofuels sector.”
Visit Anitox at booth 606 at the FEW, or contact Mark Danen at: email@example.com for more information.