biogas composting Equipment

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Model BPA-800S - Soil/Compost Biomethane Potential Analyzer

by Challenge Technology     based in Springdale, ARKANSAS (USA)

The BPA-800S Soil/Compost Biomethane Potential Analyzer monitors the production of biogas in bench scale reactors for precision optimizing of gas production for evaluation of environmental and chemical adjustments.

Biogas Analysis

by BINDERGROUP AG     based in Ulm, GERMANY

Even operators of small size biogas plants use more and more portable biogas analyzer, in order to examine several times daily their gas composition and the main and post digester as well as in front of the CHP. As long as the substrate composition does not change substantially, 2-3 daily measurements are surely sufficient during normal operation ...


by ARGE-Kompost & Biogas Österreich     based in Vienna, AUSTRIA

Biogas is an energy production in the cycle of nature  Nature always works in cycles, ie organic matter is degraded by microorganisms. The resulting products then serve as starting material for new life. Nature knows two operations for these circuits: If the decomposition of the organic material in the presence of air, it is called composting ...

Biogas from Food Waste Cogeneration / CHP

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Disposal and treatment of biological waste represent a major challenge for the waste industry. For a wide range of organic substances from agriculture, foodstuff of feed industries, anaerobic digestion is a superior alternative to composting. Biogas – a mixture of both methane and carbon dioxide – is created during anaerobic digestion ...

Post-Treatments Plant

by Biogas Engineering S.r.l     based in Scanzorosciate (BG), ITALY

The treatments of liquid materials coming out from digester are as follows:

GBU - Biogas Plant - Waste Industry

by Gesellschaft für Biogas und Umwelttechnik mbH (GBU)     based in Zwingenberg, GERMANY

Nature does not produce any wastes. All by-products and final products of natural processes are used in a continuous cycle of the composition and mineralization of or-ganic substances. The biosphere has a high buffer potential giving it a wide tolerance range for all natural products and processes.

Hydraulic Retention Time For Biogas Generation

by Biogas Australia Pty Ltd     based in Angaston, AUSTRALIA

Anaerobic digestion depends on the biological activity of relatively slowly reproducing methanogenic bacteria. These bacteria must be given sufficient time to reproduce, so that they can replace cells lost with the effluent sludge, and adjust their population size to follow fluctuations in organic loading. If the rate of bacteria lost from the ...

Biogas Facilities

by COMPAG Recycling und Umwelttechnik AG     based in Kreuzlingen, SWITZERLAND

In cooperation with Renergon AG  COMPAG offers economical solutions for energy production with biomass. But taking into consideration the optimal treatment of the digestate into valuable compost or fertilizer.

Biogas Plant

by Association of 3 Co., Ltd.     based in Bangkhuntien, THAILAND

As an alternative to Compost Plant, the Biogas plant is suitable for receiving Food and Market wastes that could be used for producing Methane gas for electricity.  Due to the nature of collection of these wastes, especially in Asian cultures like in Thailand,  sand stones as well as plastics are also presented in the wastes in sizable ...

Biogas Technology

by Biower Oy     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

Biogas is generated by the fermentation of organic matter under oxygen-free conditions. Biogas consists chiefly of methane (55–65%) and carbon dioxide (35–45%) plus small amounts of other substances. Biogas production reduces atmospheric emissions, due to the fact that the process captures the methane generated from biomass decomposition. Methane ...

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