No. Electroporation is induced through the insertion of a transducer to the existing industrial pipeline, where the pulses are applied, which involves negligible cost and time. No additional investment is required.
Electroporation is a field effect and no current is necessary for the process to occur, however a small current is expected during the very short time when the pulse is on (for example, we found a top value of 0.5A during a second for processing 3.6 Kg of apples).
PEF is a process where energy is accumulated in a capacitor and delivered subsequently during a very short period of time allowing high power effects with low energy consumption and with effective control on the manner the energy is delivered.