Biogas Equipment in Belgium

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Ceramic Filters

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

Ceramic filters are installed in biogas gas pipelines, usually before energy recovery plants, for the removal of fine particles and for condensate water collection and disposal. Biogas filtration is achieved by means of special ceramic candles (pore size 60 microns) that can be easily removed for routine cleaning. An external water trap device ...

Activated Carbon Filter

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

Activated carbon filters are used in the final step of biogas purification applications. The contaminated stream enters the bottom of the adsorber and passes upward through the activated carbon where the contaminants are adsorbed. Several kinds of activated carbons are available on the market; the choice is made by the end-user depending on the ...

GtS - Biogas Drying & Filtering System

by Gastreatment Services B.V.     based in Bergambacht, NETHERLANDS

The by GtS developed GTP-filter is an 'all-in-one' system combining: gas cooling/drying, reheating and filtering in one body. The GTP-filter protects your downstream equipment such as CHP (Combined Heating & Power) & boiler installations against the destructive effects of wet and sour Biogas. For further H2S removal the GTP can be ...

Biogas-Upgrader

by BMF HAASE Energietechnik GmbH     based in Neumünster, GERMANY

The BMF HAASE Biogas-Upgrader refines biogas to biomethane by organic-physical scrubbing. This particularly efficient method is characterized by low methane emissions and low power consumption. The BMF HAASE Biogas-Upgrader displays a positive heat balance and upgrades biogas without any heat loss. The required process heat is produced by the ...

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.

Biogas Plants for Slaughterhouses

by BIOGAS NORD AG     based in Bielefeld, GERMANY

Biogas Nord, now offers a plant specially designed for slaughterhouses. A biogas plant next to your slaughterhouse turns your slaughterhouse waste, which until now you have been paying to dispose of, into energy you can use or sell.

ÖKOBIT - Biomethane Plant

by ÖKOBiT GmbH     based in Föhren, GERMANY

The most efficient option for using biogas – direct feed-in to the public natural gas network – is becoming increasingly interesting from a commercial point of view. This usage, however, first requires the biogas to be upgraded to natural gas quality in a biomethane plant.For its biomethane projects, ÖKOBIT relies on upgrading ...

Household Waste

by VAUCHE SA - Groupe Vauché     based in SEDAN, FRANCE

Design and manufacture of mechanical sorting plants, biogas units, composting plants, screening and refining compost plants.

Biomethane

by Organic Power Ltd.     based in Somerset, UNITED KINGDOM

Using the Maltin System to capture the methane gas given off by the decomposition of organic waste, which would otherwise have escaped to become a greenhouse gas some 21 times more damaging than carbon dioxide, and using this gives the most environmentally friendly vehicle fuel in the world. Other renewable fuels might be 'less bad' for the ...

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 ...

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