biogas flare Equipment in France

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HOFGAS - Model IFL4c - Customised Biogas Gas Flaring System

by Hofstetter BV     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

Customised HOFGAS-IFL4c biogas gas flaring system is deployed when express regulations on gas emission must be observed. Because of no visible flame, erection of the gas flare is most advantageous even near residential areas. The system is simple to operate and adjust, and starts reliably. The high temperature flare for biogas comes with the ...

Biogas Flare

by BioBG GmbH     based in Westerstede, GERMANY

If biogas can’t get stored or removed by CHP cause of maintenance or stoppages, it should get burnt for environ- mental reasons. This can be done by biogas flares. Manually steared flares has to be started and stopped by stuff and are often powered by a 12V lead-acid battery. Fully automatic flares are starting, if there is too much gas- ...

HydroThane - Biogas Flare

by HydroThane STP BV     based in KC `s Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS

HydroThane can deliver different types of emergency burners / flares for biogas - waste (water) treatment plants. Biogas flares have the task of temporary or periodic burning of biogas produced by an anaerobic process in case there is no possibility to use it for energy production.

GWE - Biogas Flares

by Global Water Engineering (GWE)     based in Bangkok, THAILAND

All anaerobic plants, must be equipped with a biogas flare, for safety reasons. GWE flares are designed to operate at low to medium pressure (<50 mbar), without the need for a biogas fan and for continuous burning in a wide range of biogas flows (5-100 %). This avoids the need for biogas storage systems (e.g. balloons) and keeps the biogas ...

Elevated Biogas Flares

by DWS bvba     based in Wijnegem, BELGIUM

Flare for a capacatiy from 50 Nm3/h to 6.000 Nm3/h. Minimum methane concentration as low as 45% without pilot gas. No pilot gas needed.Low pressure, flow direct from reactor, no blower needed. Weather proof ignition system. 10 years waranty on body. 2 years on electronics and ignition system at normal use.

Shielded Biogas Flares

by DWS bvba     based in Wijnegem, BELGIUM

Flare for a capacatiy from 50 Nm3/h to 500 Nm3/h. Minimum methane concentration as low as 45% without pilot gas. No pilot gas needed.Low pressure, flow direct from reactor, no blower needed. Weather proof ignition system. 10 years waranty on body. 2 years on electronics and ignition system at normal use.

Model EMR - Biogas Flare Stacks

by Progeco s.r.l.     based in Brescia (BS), ITALY

EMR flare is a simple safety device typically installed in biomass plants where there are no specific restrictions relevant to fumes exhaust height, minimum combustion temperature, and a partially visible flame is accepted. All the equipment is fitted on-board, contained in a stainless steel frame which simple design and small footprint allow for ...

Model T - Biogas Flare Stacks

by Progeco s.r.l.     based in Brescia (BS), ITALY

The T flare is a self-supported elevated flare (open type) complete with a safety ladder and an upper platform that allow access to the nozzle and ignition and flame control equipment. The flame shield is designed to prevent accidental flame extinguishing and provides a chamber lined with fiberceramic for more complete biogas combustion. The flare ...

Biogasmart - Model ST - Elevated Biogas Flare Stack

by Biogasmart     based in Gadesco Pieve Delmona, ITALY

The T flare is a self-supported elevated flare (open type) complete with a safety ladder and an upper platform that allow access to the nozzle and ignition and flame control equipment. The flame shield is designed to prevent accidental flame extinguishing and provides a chamber lined with fiberceramic for more complete biogas combustion.

Static Biogas Flare

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

Static biogas flare combustion is indicated when reclaiming old landfills or to ensure the safety of new landfill where biogas production capacity is limited because of low waste disposal levels of and where electricity is not for to drive various items of equipment.

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