thermal hydrolysis Equipment

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  • Keyword: thermal hydrolysis ×

Cambi - Biosolids Treatment - Thermal Hydrolysis Sludge Pre-treatment

by Cambi AS     based in Asker, NORWAY

Cambi Thermal Hydrolysis Sludge Pre-treatment Technology for Enhanced Anaerobic Digestion of Municipal and Industrial Sludge. Cambi’s Thermal Hydrolysis Process (THP) is a proven and reliable technology that has been used around the world since 1995. THP has been implemented in existing and “green field” projects designed to ...

TurboTec - Thermal Pressure Hydrolysis Technology

by Sustec Consulting & Contracting bv     based in PV Wageningen, NETHERLANDS

TurboTec Technology hydrolysis organic material in a reactor by treating this material at high temperature and pressure. Additives can be added to improve the digestion. After the hydrolysis the material can be fermented.

Exelys - Energy Efficient Thermal Hydrolysis Process

by Kruger Inc. (Veolia Water System)     based in Cary, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Exelys is an innovative technology that represents the next generation of biosolids thermal hydrolysis. Thermal biosolids hydrolysis has been recognized as being one of the most effective ways to enhance biogas production and solids destruction in an anaerobic digestion system. Through its innovative design and continuous operational ...

Industrial Biogas Plants

by HoSt B.V.     based in Enschede, NETHERLANDS

HoSt has a broad experience in supplying industrial biogas plants. In these industrial biogas plants, organic waste currents are digested without the addition of manure. We have supplied systems for processing slaughterhouse waste, industrial and municipal primary and secondary sludge, unpacked food products, and industrial food products.

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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