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Hi this is my first post here. Sorry for my english, but i need your help.
Since i’m a microbiologist, i know the health risk related on having biofilms on food supplies and related surfaces, so i need to avoid them in next trials and change the tube system. i dont know if this are benefical bacteria, but if they are forming biofilms, they could make in the bottom the perfect habitat for facultative anaerobes like E.coli and Salmonella
i think the tube material could be related to the huge ammount of bacteria attached to the tube walls.
i can try to add natural disinfectant previously but i think this won’t resolve the problem in long term.
Does anybody have the same problem? any idea?