biogas flares Equipment in France

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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 ...

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- ...

Biogas Flare Stacks

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

PROGECO has a long-term experience in the design, manufacture, supply and installation of equipment and systems for combustion of biogas. The wide range of available products features open flares (ground and elevated), as well as enclosed ground flares. All flares are characterized by simple end effective design, reliable equipment and ease of ...

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.

Model HE - High Efficiency Biogas Flare Stack

by Biogasmart     based in Gadesco Pieve Delmona, ITALY

HE-Type is an enclosed ground flare; combustion takes place within a cylindrical chamber lined with fiberceramic and this causes a higher destruction efficiency of the biogas in comparison to open flares. Enclosed combustion also makes flame and noise less perceptible and for this reason these flares are normally selected for installation in ...

HOFGAS - Model IFL4c - Customised Biogas Gas Flaring System

by Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG     based in Solothurn, SWITZERLAND

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.


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.

NOXmatic - Model BM - Biomethane Flare

by ennox biogas technology GmbH     based in Hard, AUSTRIA

Modern and large biogas systems for biogas upgrading to natural gas quality is becoming ever more popular. Here the biogas is treated for the complete removal of all unwanted gaseous materials and fed into the gas network or alternatively used as fuel in vehicles.

Model 97310 - Enclosed Flare

by Shand & Jurs (L&J Technologies & L&J Engineering)     based in Hillside, ILLINOIS (USA)

The S&J 97310 Enclosed Burner removes harmful emissions from waste gas streams. This unit is specifically designed to bring emissions levels to within allowable limits as dictated by customer requirements or governmental bodies such as the EPA. Every unit is designed for maximum destruction efficiency for each application’s process ...

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