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BioGas Collection Covers

by Engineered Textile Products, Inc. (ETP)     based in Mobile, ALABAMA (USA)

The Biogas Collection Covers feature: A skirt on all four sides which eliminates the need to tie the collection systems to the berm. A modular design which allows for multiple units to be used together. By making each cover in a size that is not too large for easy handling, costly installation crews can be eliminated.

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 ...

SUMA - Model Rekordmix B1 - Long Axis Agitators

by SUMA Rührtechnik GmbH     based in Sulzberg, GERMANY

The SUMA Rekordmix  B1 has been specifically developed for biogas installations which consist of membrane covered ponds. The Rekordmix B1 uses an electric motor and can be retrofitted to other pond environments.   This purpose built agitator comes with a feed through, rubber sealing diaphram that is gas tight. Ensuring the integrity ...

GTI - Biogas Control Systems

by Geomembrane Technologies Inc. (GTI)     based in Fredericton, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA)

Protect your investment with the proper equipment. GTI offers control systems to safely operate its biogas collection covers. These systems deliver collected biogas into a pipeline for renewable energy conversion or disposal while monitoring and protecting the cover.

UASB - Intelligent biogas production from waste waters

by Hydroitalia - Colsen Srl     based in Medicina, ITALY

Anaerobic waste water treatment is applied in many industrial areas for waste water purification of water containing large amounts of organics (COD > 2.000 mg/L). This technique is applied to circumvent the high operational costs of aerobic waste water treatment and to produce energy in the form of biogas. For this purpose a number of UASB reactor ...

WELtec BioPower - Fermenter Made from Stainless Steel

by WELtec BioPower GmbH     based in Vechta, GERMANY

The heart of a biogas plant is the fermenter where the biological processes take place. As a result we attach great importance to this component. The gas composition which is very aggressive when forming attacks many materials. That’s why only resistant materials are implemented in the biogas area of WELTEC systems. The material of choice ...

Digester For Biogas Generation

by Biogas Australia Pty Ltd     based in Angaston, AUSTRALIA

There are many different types of digesters for the anaerobic digestion of biomass in the market place. Biogas Australia seeks to provide an economical solution for one of the main components of a biogas plant, that being the digester.

Biogas Generation System

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

Biogas is produced by treating organic material, including biodegradable waste materials such as paper, food, and sewage, and crops grown specifically for their biodegradable content, in an anaerobic digester. The digester is a tank sealed to prevent the introduction of oxygen and contains bacteria which, ultimately, break down the organic matter ...

entec biogas - Model MBS - Digester System

by entec biogas gmbh     based in Fussach, AUSTRIA

The flat construction of the entec biogas-MBS-Digester makes it perfectly suited for low-cost applications at small and mid-scale biogas plants. Depending on the operation purpose, high-speed agitators or incline shaft agitators are used for mixing its contents.

Biogas System

by Herhof GmbH     based in Solms, GERMANY

The wet fermentation technology widely used up to this point, which was designed essentially for fermentation of liquid manure, reaches the limits imposed by the process at DS (dry substance) contents greater than 15%. The reason for this is essentially that the substrate is increasingly difficult to agitate and pump. In addition the wear out of ...

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