BIOGAS


The Biogas generation offers enormous opportunities for people and the planet. However, plants still suffer from inefficiency. It is estimated that the average biogas plant could produce a much better yield at optimal performance.

Biogas production is an organic process, which means that it is inconsistent. The better you can monitor your entire process and react to these inconsistencies, the more efficient it will be. Get More Value From Waste: Improve CH4 Concentration and Biogas quality through timely measures based on stable online measurement.
For most manufacturers and integrators of biogas plants, it is important to protect the CHP (combined heat and power) engine from excessive moisture during the process to prevent corrosion and breakdowns.

Extend activated carbon filter replacement intervals by keeping humidity conditions within specifications. Prevent the CHP engine from being worn out and shut down by wet gas - an out-of-service engine is expensive.
 

OPTIMIZING INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES HELPS MITIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate change and its mitigation call for innovation and ever more actions from the industry. Resilient and climate-friendly infrastructure, increased resource efficiency, and optimized industrial processes are ways to reduce carbon emissions and the impacts of climate change. Investments in these areas are crucial for sustainable development, as outlined by the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 9) Industry, Innovation...

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SEWAGE GAS / BIOGAS QUANTITY MEASUREMENT IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT

Anaerobic degradation processes happen in the digestion tower during wastewater treatment in a sewage plant, causing biogas (also sewage or fermentation gas) to arise, which mainly consists of methane and carbon dioxide. 

Exact measuring of biogas quantity is one oft he most challenging applications in flow measuring technology. Biogas is very moist, tends to...

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COVERING VARIOUS RENEWABLE AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEEDS

Stable and sustainable energy production is integral to many of the challenges and needs our world faces today, such as climate change, safety, and agriculture. Global population growth, digitalization, and industrial needs are reflected in the global energy demand. To meet the future requirements, production and consumption of renewable energy need to become more efficient. These are the key points also...

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