Scale-Up of an Ultrasound-Enhanced Bioscouring Process
Using previously determined optimized reaction conditions, an ultrasound-enhanced bioscouring process was scaled to ten-gallon capacity and a system of rollers was added, which allowed for continuous fabric feed and equipment operation. UV-Vis spectrophotometric data from bioscoured fabric samples confirmed pectin removal and provided evidence that the combination of ultrasound and enzymes was an environmentally sustainable alternative to the present-day caustic scouring method.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2017
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