The Melanger 80 kg consists of support frame and tilting module with rotating bowl all made of food grade stainless steel AISI 304 and two millstones and the base each made of a whole piece of high density natural granite. This specific tilting design facilitates the effective chocolate mass discharge by tilting the bowl via the motor-reducer motion. The rotation of the bowl is effected via motor-reducer, and the two rolling millstones are pressed against the granite base of the bowl by the two independent pneumatic cylinders. The Melanger requires connection to compressed air supply. The bowl rotation speed, the stones pressure and inclination of the turning module are controlled from control panel. SLIM execution (74cm) allows getting through any standard door.
The process of genetic engineering involves splicing an area of a chromosome, a gene, that controls a certain characteristic of the body. The enzyme endonuclease is used to split a DNA sequence and split the gene from the rest of the chromosome. For example, this gene may be programmed to produce an antiviral protein. This gene is removed and can be placed into another organism. For example, it can be placed into a bacteria, where it is sealed into the DNA chain using ligase. When the chromosome is once again sealed, the bacteria is now effectively re-programmed to replicate this new antiviral protein. The bacteria can continue to live a healthy life, though genetic engineering and human intervention has actively manipulated what the bacteria actually is. No doubt there are advantages and disadvantages, and this whole subject area will become more prominent over time.