Micro biogas plants
A solution for small and medium-sized agricultural and processing farms that want to supply themselves with cheap electricity and heat.
WHAT YOU GAIN
Lower energy costs due to heat and electricity generated.
No more long-term contracts with energy suppliers. No more fluctuations in fuel prices.
No odor associated with landfilling.
Reduction of fertilization costs due to the use of the digestate for soil fertilization.
An easy and safe way to manage organic waste.
- Fast realizations time
Up to 6 months from the date of order.
- Construction costs
Low installation costs.
- Easy control
Control and control of operating parameters of the installation via the Internet or locally.
- Small size
Building area up to 50 m2.
Mobile design giving the possibility of transporting.
Biomass in the form of crushed organic waste (animal faeces, plant substrates) is fed into the fermentation chamber.
In the anaerobic digestion process, microorganisms break down organic compounds to produce biogas.
The produced biogas feeds the cogeneration system, i.e. a coupled gas combustion engine with an electric generator, as a result of which heat and electricity are produced.
Obtained electricity and heat after satisfying technological needs (about 10% of electricity and 30% of heat) can be used for own needs.
The basic activities performed by the owner include:
- Process parameters
Control of some process parameters. (e.g. temperature, biomass density, amount of biogas produced).
All this with the help of the easy-to-use SyNiS system.
- Process regulation
Adjusting selected process parameters (e.g. maintaining the right temperature).
Also using the SyNiS system.
- Checking the technical condition
Checking the condition of installations and devices (e.g. tightness of the chamber, biogas tank and installation, thermal insulation of the chamber, proper operation of valves and pumps).
- Biomass supply
Supply of fresh biomass (1-3 times a day).
Exemplary quantitative sets of daily biomass feed. Values in tonnes per day.
Pig manure – 0,27
Grass silage – 0,70
Residue after fermentation – 0,45
Water – 0,40
TOTAL: 1,82 tons / day
Maize silage – 0,50
Post-fermentation residue – 0,40
Water – 0,40
TOTAL: 1,30 tons / day
Cow manure – 1,20
Bovine manure – 1,20
Water – 0,60
TOTAL: 3,00 tons / day
|KMR 10||10 kW||15 kW|
|KMR 20||20 kW||30 kW|
HOW MUCH CAN YOU GAIN
Calculations for KMR 10 with 10 kWel:
|ELECT.||56000 kWh / year|
|HEAT||200 GJ / year|