anaerobic digestion processes Equipment in California

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Model FT - Biogas Foam Monitor

by Bilgeri EnvironTec GmbH     based in Fussach, AUSTRIA

In the operation of digesters may under certain circumstances for foam formation in the gas space come (eg mixing processes in the reactor, by Gaseinpressungsvorgänge, unfavorable composition of digested sludge, temperature influence ...). The modern EnvironTec foam trap can detect the formation of foam in time and the penetration of the ...

Model IG - Sight Glass for Anaerobic Digester Tanks

by Bilgeri EnvironTec GmbH     based in Fussach, AUSTRIA

For simple and unhindered observation of the processes inside of digesters (eg scum formation) show Glasses / observation window are used. The EnvironTec sight glass in a system can be integrated manhole cover or gas dome are or are easily mounted by means of a separate insert in Reaktordach- or the outer wall. EnvironTec sight glasses are ...

AccuBubble - Electronic Gas Mixer Monitoring

by Claro Inc     based in Montreal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

AccuBubble™ is an electronic monitoring system that fully automates the oversight of large gas piston-bubble mixers in anaerobic digester facilities. Continually tracking the performance of all digester mixers, AccuBubble ensures the efficiency of the mixing system and of the anaerobic digestion process for optimal biogas production and ...

Claro - Retrofit Of Existing Mixers

by Claro Inc     based in Montreal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

Claro's Mixer Retrofit Program modernizes existing gas and internal-to-tank mechanical draft tube mixers by installing fully-flushable, non-clog Big Bubble Gun Mixer™ bubble injectors onto the existing draft tube mixer units. Custom-designed, manufactured, and installed within a few weeks of purchase order, our rapid response retrofits ...

Waste Heat or Digester Gas

by Gryphon Environmental     based in Hartford, KENTUCKY (USA)

The use of digester gas or the recovered heat from cogeneration at municipal WWT sites represents the largest opportunity for drying in the United States and abroad. It has several advantages: It uses existing, yet unused, energy source available at the site. It reduces Green House Gas Emissions (GHG’s) – opening up grant and tax ...

EWT - Steel Digester Covers

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

Ovivo provides a variety of EWT steel digester covers digester covers. Each digester cover is constructed as a dome-shaped segment of a sphere, offering maximum strength and structural integrity. Ovivo offers the Type F cover (fixed), frequently used as the primary of first stage digester in a two stage system and the Type GV (gasholder) which ...

ExtremeDuty™ Sludge Mixer

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

WesTech ExtremeDuty™ Sludge Mixers provide vigorous mixing of digester contents to prevent stratification and improve the anaerobic process. They reliably speed gas production while reducing foaming and scum accumulation. This rugged design was originally developed to reduce the high service costs of egg-shaped digester mixers. It has proven to be ...

Aerobic Sludge Digestion

by Air Products PLC     based in Walton-on-Thames, UNITED KINGDOM

Aerobic Sludge Digestion (ASD) can be used to reduce waste sludge biosolids in both secondary and primary sludges.

Anaerobic Digester Covers

by JDV Equipment Corporation     based in Dover, NEW JERSEY (USA)

The JDV/Ralph B. Carter Anaerobic Digester Covers, for over 50 years, have provided Municipalities and Industry a safe, proven design for efficient installation, long operation and service life of the Anaerobic Digestion Process. JDV has extensive experience in refitting your existing installation or can provide design and installation support and ...

JFE - Sewage Digestion Gas Power Generation

by JFE Engineering America Inc.     based in Long Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

A sewage treatment plant requires about 0.3 kWh of electric power to treat 1m3 of sewage water. Sewage itself contains massive organic substances which match 0.7kWh/m3 calorific value. If this energy could be recovered, sewage treatment plants could efficiently save (export) energy. JFE Engineering is positioned to put digestion gas power ...

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