Tend equipment that neutralize acid in glucose.
What does a Neutralizer do?
Tends equipment that neutralizes acid in glucose: Weighs prescribed amount of soda ash on scales and dissolves soda ash in water. Pours measured amount of filtracell into neutralizer tank. Turns valves to admit soda ash solution into tank to neutralize acid. Obtains sample from tank, and holds sample against light to detect formation of precipitate. Adds additional soda ash if precipitate is not readily forming. Adds acid to tank of starch to begin hydrolysis of starch into glucose.