A reliable, efficient and safe source of ethylene is important for any ripening facility. From this, Catalytic Generators developed Ethy-Gen® II Ripening Concentrate which is the only “ripening fluid” to pass the stringent standards of both the US-EPA and UK-CRD.
Since we manufacture Ethy-Gen® II with only the purest ingredients available, there are no harmful byproducts produced when converted to ethylene in one of our ethylene generators. Our ethylene producing generators feature user-friendly operation, adjustable output settings, and continuous, consistent ethylene production for superior ripening and degreening.
Although ethylene can be beneficial to the fruit ripening process, it can also be explosive. Catalytic Generators’ ethylene generators and Ethy-Gen® II Ripening Concentrate form a system that, when used as directed, produces these lower concentrations (less than 1,000 ppm) of ethylene required for ripening. Therefore, Catalytic Generators are the safest commercial form of ripening; they produce small, controlled amounts of ethylene and cannot produce explosive amounts of ethylene.
Discover ethylene generators and ripening concentrate that provide a trusted, safe, easy, and convenient ethylene source at the Southeast Regional Fruit & Vegetable Conference January 9-12, 2020 at Booth #548.
Mark your calendars for Fruit Logistica in Berlin, Germany February 5-7, 2020.
Find ethylene solutions for your ripening operation in Hall 1.2 / Booth D-12. Our European ethylene generators for fruit ripening and citrus degreening will be displayed at the upcoming Fruit Logistica Berlin. If you’re interested in improving the efficiency and safety of your ripening facility, make sure to stop by Hall 1.2 / Booth D-12!
Catalytic Generators collaborated with Felix Instruments in the recent webinar “Invisible Forces: Innovative Uses of Gas Analysis in Cold Storage, Ripening & Food Innovation.” Greg Akins, President & CEO of Catalytic Generators, discusses the critical need for ethylene application and management within the fresh produce industry.
The management of atmospheric gases plays a critical role in the development of harvested fruit in ripening, storage, and packaging, while progressive strategies in this area add value, enhance market access and reduce losses. Galen George of Felix Instruments and Greg Akins of Catalytic Generators will share various methods for gas analysis, real-world cases, best practices, cutting edge research, and the future of gas analysis in a live postharvest webinar November 5th at 11 am (EST). Viewers of the webinar can expect to learn and discover how organizations can retain and deepen their post-harvest competitive advantage.
Tune in to the live postharvest webinar discussing gas analysis Nov 5th at 11 am (EST) to learn the latest information about ethylene and industry innovations. Greg Akins, President & CEO of Catalytic Generators, will be sharing recent case studies with ethylene during the 8 am webinar.