A cell for making an anisotropic-structured product from a starting material when being subjected to a shear force and heated and a method

Aloysius Christianus Maria Van Steijn (Inventor), Willem Cornelis Steenbergen (Inventor), Atze Jan Van Der Goot (Inventor)

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Abstract

A cell (100) for making an anisotropic-structured product from a protein starting material, the cell (100) comprising an inner member (110) and an outer member (120) arranged concentrically along a longitudinal axis (180) to define together a chamber (150) for holding the starting material, wherein the inner member (110) and the outer member (120) are rotatable relative each other about the longitudinal axis (180) for providing the shear force to the starting material and wherein both the inner member (110) and the outer member (120) further define for the cell an inner longitudinal surface (114) and an outer longitudinal surface (124) facing away the chamber (150) such that a normal of each longitudinal surface is transverse to the longitudinal axis (180) characterized in that both members are designed to be exposed to the ambient for allowing a heat exchange between both the inner longitudinal surface (114) and the outer longitudinal surface (124) with the ambient to heat the chamber (150).

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2021107778
Priority date27/11/19
Publication statusPublished - 3 Jun 2021

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