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airTOX - Landfill Gas System

by Fresenius Umwelttechnik GmbH     based in Marl, GERMANY

The automatic calibration of the airTOX Gas-Photometer eliminates follow-up costs for calibration gases or for materials needed for zero gas generation, e.g. activated carbon or similar. With the airTOX Gas-Photometer, the reference value to be used for calibration is automatically generated after each measurement. When the gas intake valve is ...


Bio-Gas / Landfill for CDM Application

by Puti Energy     based in Bhosari, INDIA

Suitable for all biogas application. High gas destruction rate making it ideal for CDM application. Equipped with modern feedback and control system. Can be easily coupled with flue analyzers. Quick installation and dismantling. Cost-effective. Adhering to international norms and standards. Ideal for water/effluent/sewage treatment plants. ...

Landfill Gas Collection Systems

by Automatic Flare Systems Limited (AFS)     based in Coventry, UNITED KINGDOM

Anaerobic decomposition of organic solid waste in the landfill site produces landfill gas (LFG). LFG mainly consists of methane and carbon dioxide, both of which are odorless. Trace constituents of other volatiles, often malodorous or toxic gases, are also found in LFG. LFG can migrate through soil into structures located on or near landfills. ...

Biogas Technology - Landfill Gas Collection Systems

by Biogas Technology Limited     based in Sawtry, UNITED KINGDOM

Gas collection networks are crucial to effective gas extraction, whether for migration control or gas utilisation. They are therefore a most critical element in effective long-term site management. These systems (including wells, pipework and manifolds) are often buried and unseen, and for this very reason are most vulnerable to shortcuts or ...

Landfill Gas Collection Systems

by Highland Energy (N.S.)Inc.     based in Bedford, NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA)

Landfill gas is created in landfills when the organic material decomposes. One of the main components of this gas is carbon dioxide (CO2). CO2 is a common man-made gas and the major contributor to global warming. The other principle component of landfill gas is methane (CH4), a colorless, odourless and highly explosive gas. Methane has 21 times ...

Biogas Technology - CEN Landfill Gas Flare Systems

by Biogas Technology Limited     based in Sawtry, UNITED KINGDOM

The Biogas Technology Ltd proven range of CEN landfill gas flare systems have been designed to ensure that our clients can meet the requirements of PPC when considering landfill gas management and combustion.

Model Landfill - Gas Gensets

by GGE Power Pvt. Ltd.     based in New Delhi, INDIA

Years ago, biogas, developing on landfill sites as a result of the organic matter’s anaerobic fermentation was extracted by means of a suction system and burnt in flares. Since then , the extraction process has been improved and biogas is now used, once treated, as fuel in GUASCOR cogeneration modules in order to produce electricity and ...

Landfill - Gas Upgrading Plant

by Cirmac International bv     based in Apeldoorn, NETHERLANDS

20 years of international experience Biogas from anaerobic treatment of wastewater sludge, organic solids and manure is a valuable sustainable energy source reducing global warming from fossil fuels. As the demand for alternative renewable energy sources is rapidly increasing, biogas will play an important part. Upgraded biogas, also known as ...

Geotech - Model GA 3000 - Fixed Gas Monitoring

by Goodspeed Environmental Services     based in Gillitts, SOUTH AFRICA

The ATEX certified GA3000 builds on field-proven, robust gas analysis technology to offer cost effective online monitoring with local data outputs

Archer - Model GPS - Navigation System to Work with the TDL-500

by Geotech     based in Leamington Spa, UNITED KINGDOM

The Archer GPS is used with the TDL-500 to provide a continuous log of GPS coordinates and methane analysis. Readings are downloaded as a .csv file which can be instantly displayed on Google Earth™. Zero readings show up very clearly as do 'hot spots' above pre-set thresholds.

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