Biogas Equipment in Asia & Middle East

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LIPP - Biogas Systems With Modular Design

by LIPP GmbH     based in Tannhausen, GERMANY

Modular design; When opting for a biogas system, the focus should be on the manufacturer's experience. Ultimately, it is not merely a question of economic profitability, but essentially also that of an optimal concept. Here Lipp GmbH already has over 30 years of experience and has continually developed the technology during that time.

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 ...

WELtec BioPower - Control System for Biogas Plant

by WELtec BioPower GmbH     based in Vechta, GERMANY

Several individual factors determine the optimal operation of a biogas plant. To ensure that these factors are optimally matched with each other WELTEC BIOPOWER has equipped the plants with a central control system that controls and manages all processes.

Screw Biogas Compressors

by BIOKOMP Srl     based in Villaverla, ITALY

WORKING PRESSURE FROM 3 TO 25 BARG FLOW RATE TILL 5000 m3/h

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.

ecoDRYER - Digestate Dryer

by ASM Group     based in Uxbridge, UNITED KINGDOM

Anaerobic plants are an excellent choice for producing biogas and methane recovery from wet organic waste. The process has been around for more than 30 years. Although well proven, many operators suffer with disposal of its residues (called digestate). The anaerobic process does not reduce the amount of volume fed into the system. Thus, 100% of ...

Geotech - Model AEMS - Biogas and Landfill Gas Analyser

by Environment World Company (EWC)     based in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, KUWAIT

Fixed automated extraction monitoring system for continuous biogas, landfill gas and coal mine gas analysis. Bespoke design and remote monitoring for CH4, CO2, O2, H2S. The AEMS utilises robust, reliable, field-proven technology for continuous monitoring of biogas in a range of applications, including anaerobic digestion and as a landfill gas ...

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 ...

GASODRIX - Biogas Drier Package Unit

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

Biogas is coming out of the anaerobic digesters saturated with water vapour. At the usual digester temperature of mesophilic anaerobic digesters of around 30°C, this means that the biogas contains about 5% water, or about 50 g/Nm³ biogas. If the temperature of the biogas subsequentely drops, some of that water will condense into liquid.

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