Fermentation Tank

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Fermentation tanks use wild yeast to turn Corn Mash or Sugar into Ethanol. Saccharomyces Cerevisiae take in all the Oxygen to reproduce, then eat the simple sugar molecules and excrete Ethanol and belch Carbon Dioxide.

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Fermentation Tank
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Employs microorganisms to convert sugars Into other useful substances such as ethanol. The microorganisms employed here are not getting any salary (they just love sugar).
Construction
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WorkersWorker.png 4
ElectricityElectricity.png 5 KW
MaintenanceMaintenance I.png 2.0 / 60 Clock.png
Footprint8x6
Required ResearchFermentation
DesignationGeneral Machines General Machines.png

Recipes

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Carbon Dioxide.png
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Carbon Dioxide.png
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