biogas optimization Equipment

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MethaPlus S/L 100 - Enzyme Formula improving productivity of Biogas Plants

by BIOPRACT     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

In agricultural biogas plants, MethaPlus LS/L 100 degrades cellulose and hemicellulose from vegetable substrates improving the productivity of the plant. MethaPlus S/L 100 is the most purchased enzyme preparation for biogas plants in Germany and Austria.

MBP - Biogas Feedstock

by MBP Trading SA     based in Neuchâtel, SWITZERLAND

MBP provides a range of substrates for biogas processing plants, also known as anaerobic digestion plants. The substrates originate from food/feed- or oleo chemical producers where they are generated as inevitable by-products. At MBP we ensure that these products are analyzed and then registered for use in biogas plants. We calculate the gas ...

Biogas Analysis

by BINDER Flow GmbH     based in Ulm, GERMANY

Even operators of small size biogas plants use more and more portable biogas analyzer, in order to examine several times daily their gas composition and the main and post digester as well as in front of the CHP. As long as the substrate composition does not change substantially, 2-3 daily measurements are surely sufficient during normal operation ...

Biogas Plants

by AUSTEP S.p.A.     based in Milan, ITALY

AUSTEP is specialized in design, implementation and control of biogas plants. These biogas plants use the anaerobic digestion of the organic waste biomass in order to produce electrical and thermal energy.AUSTEP manages the life cycle of the Biogas plant from concept to production, covering pilot tests studies and local authority legislation ...

Hydraulic Retention Time For Biogas Generation

by Biogas Australia Pty Ltd     based in Angaston, AUSTRALIA

Anaerobic digestion depends on the biological activity of relatively slowly reproducing methanogenic bacteria. These bacteria must be given sufficient time to reproduce, so that they can replace cells lost with the effluent sludge, and adjust their population size to follow fluctuations in organic loading. If the rate of bacteria lost from the ...

Eisenmann - Model BIOGAS-AG - Technology For Agriculture - Organic Waste to Energy using Anaerobic Digestion

by EISENMANN Corporation USA     based in Crystal Lake, ILLINOIS (USA)

Eisenmann’s BIOGAS-AG technology utilizes anaerobic digestion to convert manure and catch crops to energy. The biogas can either be directed to a combined heat and power (CHP) system to produce electrical power or it can be cleaned/compressed and fed into the natural gas pipeline or utilized as a transportation fuel alternative.

Biogas Plants

by EnviTec Biogas AG     based in Lohne, GERMANY

The advantages of biogas are many and varied. As a plant operator, you are assured of a calculable source of income from generating a power supply that is not dependent on the weather and that is not subject to price fluctuations. At the same time, you are making an active contribution to protecting the environment and to the energy mix of the ...

Woodbine - Bio Digester

by Angus Power     based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Angus Power contracted with Woodbine Entertainment Group to perform full technology and business analysis for a 40,000 tonne anaerobic digester. A conceptual design of a multi-substrate digester was completed, following evaluation of manure, kitchen waste, brewery waste grain, and wastewater treatment using DAF (dissolved air flotation) process.

Fixion Biogas

by Capilix     based in Leeuwarden, NETHERLANDS

Production of biogas from waste is seen as an important way to reach the green energy goals for the future. Biogas is produced in anaerobic digesters, where bacteria convert waste into biogas. The state of the biological processes in these anaerobic reactors is crucial for optimal biogas production. The health of the biology within the digester ...

Model BIOGAS-TS - Thin Stillage Anaerobic Digester

by EISENMANN Corporation USA     based in Crystal Lake, ILLINOIS (USA)

The BIOGAS-TS anaerobic digester converts thin stillage (backset) and syrup created during ethanol production into biogas renewable energy with the following benefits: reduces the plant’s carbon footprint, improves operations without producing any external waste stream, reduces fermentation inhibitors, reduces non-fermentable solids ...

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