landfill gas collection Equipment in West Virginia

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Landfill Gas Collection

by WT ENERGY S.p.A.     based in Florence, ITALY

Landfills are a breeding ground for hazardous greenhouse gases that damage the environment, contaminate surrounding communities and affect the quality of life for local residents.

Automated Extraction Monitoring System (AEMS)

by LANDTEC     based in Colton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The AEMS continuously monitors gas sample for methane content allowing verification of Greenhouse gas destruction for Carbon Credits (CERs). Using the latest computer and software technology, the Single Point AEMS is typically installed on a main header line before an engine or flare. It collects a wide range of data from equipment such as flow ...

Model GEM2000 - Landfill Gas Analyzer - Portable

by LANDTEC     based in Colton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The GEM2000 portable instrument is designed for analyzing Landfill Gas (LFG) composition and calculating flow. The GEM2000 combines the capabilities of the now discontinued GA-90 for monitoring gas migration probes and the GEM-500 for monitoring gas extraction systems. The GEM2000 is certified Intrinsically Safe and offers improved speed and ...

Model GEM2000 Plus - Landfill Gas Analyzer - Portable

by LANDTEC     based in Colton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The GEM2000 Plus is designed to monitor landfill gas extraction systems where H2S and CO monitoring may be required. The GEM2000 Plus monitoring instrument analyzes Landfill Gas (LFG) composition, calculates flow, is certified Intrinsically Safe and offers improved speed and accuracy. It also measures and displays Btu content, temperature (with ...

Model GEM5000 - Landfill Gas Analyzer - Portable

by LANDTEC     based in Colton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The GEM5000 is the next generation in the GEM Series of LANDTEC instruments for accurate measurement and monitoring on landfills Available in 2011.

Model ACCU-FLO - Wellhead

by LANDTEC     based in Colton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Prefabricated flow control devices specifically developed for installation on LFG extraction system wells. These easily-installed wellheads incorporate a built-in gas flow measurement device, gas temperature port, quick-connect gas sample and pressure ports, flow control gate valve and flex-hose. Both horizontal and vertical configurations are ...

Knock Out - Pump System

by LANDTEC     based in Colton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Knock Out (K-O) system is designed to be installed in-line with the LFG pipelines, with its inlet and outlet attaching to a straight or sloping pipeline segment. Deep excavations for waste removal and numerous elevation changes required for saw tooth or low-point collection systems are eliminated. The KO incorporates tough, corrosion resistant ...

Landtec - Model GEM 2000 - Portable Landfill Gas Analyzer

by US Environmental Rental Corporation     based in Waltham, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Portable Landfill Gas Analyzer The GEM2000 portable instrument is designed for analyzing Landfill Gas (LFG) composition and calculating flow. The GEM2000 combines the capabilities of the now discontinued GA-90 for monitoring gas migration probes and the GEM-500 for monitoring gas extraction systems. The GEM2000 is certified Intrinsically Safe and ...

HOFGAS - Ready Preparation Unit For Gas Utilisation

by Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG     based in Solothurn, SWITZERLAND

The HOFGAS-Ready is a complete extraction and gas flaring system for safe and economic degassing of landfill sites. The gas is collected continuously and prepared for further use. The installation can be equipped with a gas utilisation connection for the purpose of energy recovery.

AEMS - Automated Extraction Monitoring System

by LANDTEC North America Inc.     based in Colton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The AEMS continuously monitors gas sample for methane content allowing verification of Greenhouse gas destruction for Carbon Credits (CERs). Using the latest computer and software technology, the Single Point AEMS is typically installed on a main header line before an engine or flare. It collects a wide range of data from equipment such as flow ...

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