biogas combustion Equipment

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HOFGAS - Model IFL2c - Standard Flare for Sewage or Biogas Plants

by Hofstetter BV     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

This biogas / WWTP gas flare with insulated combustion chamber and manually air combustion regulation is deployed when express regulations on gas emission must be observed. Controlled combustion of methane gas within high temperature flare.

HOFGAS - Model IFL1c - Standard Gas Flare for Gasholder Operation

by Hofstetter BV     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

Standard biogas / WWTP gas flare for sewage or biogas plants. Ideal in combination with gasholder operation and gas systems with constant pressure ratios. Thanks to concealed combustion, the HOFGAS-IFL1c flare attains more than 99% combustion efficiency. Because of no visible flame, erection of the gas flare is most advantageous even near ...

HOFGAS - Model APM - Gas Treatment Plant for Recovery

by Hofstetter BV     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

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 ...

HOFGAS - Model IFL4c - Customised Biogas Gas Flaring System

by Hofstetter BV     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

Customised HOFGAS-IFL4c biogas gas flaring system is deployed when express regulations on gas emission must be observed. Because of no visible flame, erection of the gas flare is most advantageous even near residential areas. The system is simple to operate and adjust, and starts reliably. The high temperature flare for biogas comes with the ...

Hofstetter - Model Ready/Palma - Gas Treatment Plant for Methane Gas From Lagoons

by Hofstetter BV     based in Schiphol-Rijk, NETHERLANDS

Hofstetter offers a reliable system for processing methane gas from palm oil extraction or other typical anaerobic digestion processes. The biogas is disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner or used to generate electricity.

AEREON CEB - Model 50 - Certified Ultra-Low Emissions Burner

by AEREON     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

The Certified Ultra-Low Emissions Burner (CEB) is an ultra-low emissions vapor device that utilizes premix surface combustion to effectively combust waste gases in a compact footprint. With VOC destruction efficiencies of up to 99.99% and a NOx emissions guarantee of ≤ 15 ppmv at 3% oxygen, carbon monoxide emissions guarantee, smokeless ...

Shand & Jurs Biogas - Model 97301 - Waste Gas Flare

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

The S&J 97301 Waste Gas Burner is specifically designed for dependable “Flaring” operation that utilizes low BTU anaerobic digester waste gases. The 97301 efficiently incinerates waste gases thus minimizing odors and VOC’s. Using a stoichiometric pilot ignition system, the 97301 is able to acheive a stable pilot flame. Air ...

Biogas - Model 401 - Multi-Channel Biogasanalyser

by KELMA NV     based in Niel, BELGIUM

The Biogas analyser monitors either continuously or intermittently, the gas components contained in the Biogas and optionally, monitors the surrounding air to provide an early warning of dangerous, explosive and non-combustible gases and vapours.

Biogas - Dehumidifier

by BioGas Products Ltd.     based in Brierley Hill, UNITED KINGDOM

Biogas Products Ltd can ensure you get the most out of your CHP engine by removing moisture from the biogas, using a biogas dehumidifier, before it enters the combustion process. We design and manufacture gas dehumidifiers at our West Midlands workshop and install them on anaerobic digester sites all over the UK.

Biogasmart - 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.

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