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Archive | Biogas Equipment

The equipment used in anaerobic digestion and biogas plants, including its design, installation, maintenance and operation. This includes innovative new developments in biogas equipment, pumps and gas engines. Dosing equipment and biomethane upgrading technologies are also included in this category.

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What is a Biogas Power Plant?

A Biogas Power Plant is essentially another name which has been coined recently for an anaerobic digestion plant, also known as a biogas digester. As any technology becomes more successful and reaches a wider audience, so does it generate new names and the anaerobic digestion technology sector is no exception. To cover the entire topic […]

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VERDER dosing pump system

The Classification of Pumps: Centrifugal and Positive Displacement Pumps

An alternative title to the classification of pumps would be the “types of water pumps and their working principles”. Pumps are divided into 2 major categories: Dynamic and Positive Displacement (actually you might as well just call them Displacement) pumps. Centrifugal pumps are the most common pump type used globally, that’s because of their simple […]

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Biogas Holder Design for Commercial AD Plants

Biogas Holder Design is remarkably similar for most of the common type of commercial AD plants, so here we devote our discussion of anaerobic digestion plant gas storage to gas holders for circular digester tanks and circular gas holders. Most of those are mesophilic type single stage continuously stirred biogas reactors (CSRs). Biogas holders designed […]

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Borger slurry pumping savings

Agricultural Slurry Pumping Savings at Farm Based AD Plant Reported by Borger with Gissing FE

We are pleased to be able to report that highly significant savings have been achieved in agricultural slurry pumping costs at a farm-based AD Plant in Lincolnshire, as reported by Borger Pumps in combination with their agricultural products distributor Gissing FE. Watch our video below, or read the written article below, and we think that you […]

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CHP and 3 Important Considerations When Designing Combined Heat and Power Systems

Combined heat and power systems (CHP) , are also known as co-generation systems, and they greatly improve the usable energy output from electricity generation systems. When a gas engine or turbine is used to generate electricity without CHP, after the electricity leaving the site, there is also hot “cooling water” that is used to keep the […]

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