Flocculation of microalgae with cationic polymers

Collins CO — (April 19, 2011) – Solix BioSystems today announced the first sale and delivery of its to New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, New Mexico and will be used to optimize algae growth parameters as well as to produce biomass for downstream testing.

The Lumian AGS4000 is located at NMSU’s Fabian Garcia Science Center

“At NMSU we are building our algae cultivation capability using both open ponds and now the Lumian AGS4000 from Solix BioSystems,” said Peter Lammers, Technical Director of the Algae Bioenergy Program at NMSU. “We need a way to reliably s the only system that meets our needs at the required scale.