Whether you are a researcher, an R&D engineer or a biogas plant operator, you can rely on our analytical instruments to determine the bio-methane potential (BMP) of any biomass substrate or mixture, screen different pre-treatment methods, evaluate the need for additives and simulate a full scale digester at laboratory scale to produce the highest amount of methane. Our instruments provide you with data precision & accuracy while reducing the workload and skill demands as well as the time and cost spent on assays,...
If you are working in R&D on animal feed, diet formulation, nutrients or supplements for ruminants, you can rely on Gas Endeavour to provide accurate & precise volumetric gas production measurements for various in vitro digestibility test.
Whether you are a researcher or an operator working with wastewater treatment processes, it is crucial to have access to highly accurate and precise data to get insight into the wastewater treatment processes.
Gas Endeavour® allows for on-line monitoring of alcoholic fermentation processes by continuously following the emission of CO2 in real-time. With the help of our instrument, you can easily evaluate the feedstock fermentability, screen for efficient product strains, investigate the fermentation kinetics for process optimisation, evaluate additives and detoxification agents, optimise the fermentation media and fermentation conditions.
Our instruments enable on-line monitoring of hydrogen production during the dark fermentation process. With our fully automated instruments, you can conduct biochemical hydrogen potential analysis, screen and choose the optimal carbohydrate material to produce the highest amount of biohydrogen, evaluate the need for additives, study different pre-treatment methods and investigate the activity of microbial flora used as inoculum in a dark fermentation process.
You can meet the future research and industrial demands on developing new bio-based & biodegradable bioplastics and polymers by using our Gas Endeavour®. The instruments enables you to evaluate the biodegradation of bioplastic materials and to develop strategies to increase the biodegradation rate of commercially available bioplastics using an anaerobic digestion process in an easy, fully automated and efficient way.