Biogas Equipment

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Biogas

by Husesolar, S.L.     based in Valencia, SPAIN

Biogas typically refers to a gas produced by the biological breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Biogas originates from biogenic material and is a type of biofuel. One type of biogas is produced by anaerobic digestion or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as biomass, manure or sewage, municipal waste, green waste and ...

Biogas Filters

by PROGECO S.r.l.     based in Brescia, ITALY

Biogas generated in anaerobic digesters is saturated with water and contains foam, small dirt particles, as well as contaminants and therefore it becomes important to ensure biogas pre-treatment before its utilization. PROGECO offers a wide range of filters designed to efficiently remove moisture: gravel filters, ceramic filters, condensate and ...

Vielfraß - Solid Material Infeed Units for Biogas Plant

by agriKomp GmbH     based in Merkendorf, GERMANY

The Vielfrass infeed unit for solids is ideally suited for feeding solid dung, grass or maize silage and similar biomasses into a digester. Despite these high demands, the Vielfrass consumes very little power of its own. In a long-term test published by the Bavarian Institute of Agriculture (Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft, LfL) in ...

Double Membrane-Gas Storage On Tanks

by SATTLER AG     based in Graz, AUSTRIA

Tank covering with integrated gas storage for high pressures and large volumes. Outer shell protecting against climatic conditions – spherical or cylindrical is external loads such as wind, snow and climatic conditions. With the help of clamping rails the outer and inner membranes are clamped to the tank in such a way that they are leak-proof and ...

Model Landfill - Gas Gensets

by GGE Power Pvt. Ltd.     based in New Delhi, INDIA

Years ago, biogas, developing on landfill sites as a result of the organic matter’s anaerobic fermentation was extracted by means of a suction system and burnt in flares. Since then , the extraction process has been improved and biogas is now used, once treated, as fuel in GUASCOR cogeneration modules in order to produce electricity and ...

Pro2 - Sewage Gas

by Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH     based in Willich, GERMANY

Treatment of wastewater and digestion of sewage sludge produces sewage gas containing methane. We utilise this energy rich gas in our co-generation power plants to generate energy efficiently. The resulting quantities of heat and power make it possible to supply a sewage treatment plant – in some cases completely self-sufficiently. Sometimes ...

Biogas Upgrading

by Flotech Compression Limited - part of the Flotech Group     based in Rockingham, AUSTRALIA

Biogas upgrading from raw biogas to vehicle quality fuel is an application developed by Greenlane Biogas. The biogas production process typically generates a mixture of 65% methane and 35% carbon dioxide. For effective vehicle fuel use it is desirable to increase the methane content and remove as much carbon dioxide as possible. Greenlane Biogas ...

HOFGAS - Ready Palma Gas Treatment Plant For Methane Gas From Lagoons

by Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

Hofstetter offers a reliable system for processing methane gas from palm oil extraction or other typical anaerobic digestion processes. The biogas is disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner or used to generate electricity.

Model FT - Biogas Foam Monitor

by Bilgeri EnvironTec GmbH     based in Fussach, AUSTRIA

In the operation of digesters may under certain circumstances for foam formation in the gas space come (eg mixing processes in the reactor, by Gaseinpressungsvorgänge, unfavorable composition of digested sludge, temperature influence ...). The modern EnvironTec foam trap can detect the formation of foam in time and the penetration of the ...

Biogas drying units

by PROGECO S.r.l.     based in Brescia, ITALY

Biogas from anaerobic digestion is saturated with water vapour that has a significant negative impact on the performance of energy recovery units. Removal of moisture is achieved by means of cooling down the biogas flow so that moisture turns into condensate water that can be easily separated, collected and discharged. The system is based on an ...

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