biogas flares Equipment in France

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HOFGAS - Model APM - Gas Treatment Plant For Recovery

by Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

The HOFGAS- APM is a complete pump and flare station for the safe and economic treatment of gas from anaerobic fermentation. Apart from the plant components, a detailed regulation and operational concept is supplied for the specific adaptation to the particular process. In particular, the discharge pressure for recovery is regulated and the signal ...

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.

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.

HOFGAS - Model IFL2c - Standard Flare for Sewage or Biogas Plants

by Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

This biogas / WWTP gas flare with insulated combustion chamber and manually air combustion regulation is deployed when express regulations on gas emission must be observed. Controlled combustion of methane gas within high temperature flare.

HOFGAS - Model IFL1c - Standard Gas Flare for Gasholder Operation

by Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

Standard biogas / WWTP gas flare for sewage or biogas plants. Ideal in combination with gasholder operation and gas systems with constant pressure ratios. Thanks to concealed combustion, the HOFGAS-IFL1c flare attains more than 99% combustion efficiency. Because of no visible flame, erection of the gas flare is most advantageous even near ...

HOFGAS - Model IFL4c - Customised Biogas Gas Flaring System

by Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG     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.

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 ...

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.

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 ...

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