Biogas Equipment in Alaska

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BGX Solutions - Model M-3100 - Biogas Purification PSA Systems

by Xebec Adsorption Inc.     based in Blainville, QUEBEC (CANADA)

When upgrading biogas into an economical source of renewable energy, choose a compact XEBEC pressure swing adsorption (PSA) system featuring simple and reliable rotary valves and rapid cycle PSA technology. XEBEC’s PSA systems are being used worldwide to effectively remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from landfill, digester or well gas streams to ...

HOFGAS - Model APM - Gas Treatment Plant For Recovery

by Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG     based in Solothurn, SWITZERLAND

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 ...

Biogas Storage & Digester Covers

by Claro Inc     based in Montreal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

Claro offers a complete range of biogas storage, gas liquification, and digester cover technologies including: Double Membrane Gas Holders: Selected features: ultra durable construction; designed to suit a wide range of applications; free-standing or installed on top of steel and concrete storage tanks; various combinations of gas pressures, ...

Roof & Gas Storage

by Biogas-Ost Unternehmensgruppe     based in Gehaus, GERMANY

Foil coverA foil cover has some advantages by comparison to a closed digester. This foil can for example be used as a gas storage and the digester can be simply opened by removing it. The roof structure can be made of beams or lashing straps.Volume of gas storage for biogas plantsEach digester has an integrated gas storage into the roof for ...

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 ...

2G - Model W2E - Biogas Cogeneration Modules

by 2G - CENERGY Power Systems Technologies Inc.     based in St. Augustine, FLORIDA (USA)

Our advanced 2G Biogas 'Waste to Energy' conversion technology utilizes a variety of biogases derived from the batch type dry fermentation process (anaerobic digestion in the mesophilic temperature range) applied for biodegradable solid waste materials, mainly to process municipal organic waste including food and yard waste, to generate ...

Digester Gas Scrubbing

by Marcab Company, Inc.     based in San Marcos, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Biogas produced in anaerobic digesters typically includes concentrations of hydrogen sulfide from 40 to 4000 parts per million. Even greater concentrations have been observed. You will realize important benefits by removing hydrogen sulfide from your digester gas stream. Hydrogen sulfide reacts in gas processing equipment to produce sulfuric acid, ...

ennox - Model GAD - Gas Dome

by ennox biogas technology GmbH     based in Hard, AUSTRIA

Gas domes serve to collect and discharge the produced gases as well as support for various additional digester installations such as mixers, foam traps, inspection windows, pressure safety valves and measurement components.

Model 97130 - Thermal Valve

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

The Shand & Jurs Biogas 97130 Thermal Valve is a thermally operated shut-off valve typically located in low pressure biogas lines such as downstream of anaerobic digesters, landfills and lagoons, or upstream of flares and waste gas burners.

Biogas

by Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH     based in Willich, GERMANY

Pro2’s modern technologies take advantage of the fermentation process in natural and organic substances to generate energy using a fuel that is both efficient and environmentally sound: biogas. The mixture of methane and carbon dioxide provides approx. 5.5 kWh/m3 under normal circumstances and offers a clean alternative to fossil fuels with ...

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