Apparatus for Controlling Fermentation of Natural Material

Nadine Pesonen (Inventor), Roland Guerre (Inventor)

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    An apparatus (100) for controlling fermentation of natural material. The apparatus (100) includes one or more sensors (102) configured to measure at least one property of natural material (150), a container (104) configured to contain a chemical reactive agent (106) reducing or limiting a fermentation process of the natural material (150); a valve (108) coupled with the container (104); and a controller (110) configured to process the measured at least one property of the natural material (150), and, if the processing meets a predetermined condition, control the valve (108) to open so that the chemical reactive agent (106) is released into the natural material (150) in order to limit the fermentation process of the natural material (150).

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    Original languageEnglish
    Patent numberWO17125648 A1
    Priority date22/01/16
    Filing date20/01/17
    Publication statusPublished - 27 Jul 2017
    MoE publication typeH1 Granted patent


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