EPC USR/CSTR Biogas Anaerobic Fermentation Biogas Plant Waste to
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Glass Fused to Steel Tank, also known as Enamel Bolted Tank,
consists of enamel sheets, special sealants, self-locking bolts.
Enamel sheet is two materials combined together by chemical and
physical processing. Enamel coating is the traditional
anti-corrosion technology for steel plate. It has beautiful
appearance, delicate texture. Center Enamel Inc. adopts first class
enameling production technology and special raw steel. Product
quality can reach international standards, and already have been
successfully applied in various engineering, agricultural sewage,
urban wastewater treatment and biogas engineering.
Glass-Fused-to-Steel tank is the best option for biogas engineering
and it has been widely applied in biogas and bio-energy sectors to
solve with industrial, agricultural and municipal waste. It has
been used as anaerobic digester, EGSB reactor, adjusting,
fermentation tank, sedimentation, etc. Center Enamel has already
supplied many tanks for waste treatment projects in many countries
and earned good opinions from our clients.
Benefits of Glass Fused to Steel Tank:
|Two coating &two burning||Solve the fish scale problem and enhance adhesion between enamel
|Long life span ( >30 years)||Reduced operational costs|
Modular bolted tank construction
Rapid and cost effective site installation.
Reducing project timescales, costs and requirement for on site
|Flexibility to re-model||Tanks can be extended, dismantled and re-sited giving long term
Optimum corrosion resistance
|Safe and secure storage, with minimal maintenance costs|
|Complete range of diameter and height options with storage capacity
solutions exceeding 18,000m3||Most cost effective solution to meet customers’ needs|
How Biogas Work?
Biogas is a clean and renewable fuel (similar to LPG) that you can
make from sludge, slurry, livestock manure, organic waste, etc.
Biogas is made in a biogas digester. We call it a digester because
it is a large tank filled with bacteria that eats (or digests)
organic waste and gives a flammable gas, called biogas. The
bacteria in the Gesi550 biogas digester need to be cared for like
you would care for an animal. If the bacteria have too much or too
little food they get sick. You must feed the bacteria every day
with a mixture of food waste and water. In addition to biogas, the
Gesi systems make waste water that is rich in nutrients. This water
may be poured over your plants to help them grow.
Biogas systems make use of a relatively simple, well-known, and
mature technology. The main part of a biogas system is a large
tank, or digester. Inside this tank, bacteria convert organic waste
into methane gas through the process of anaerobic digestion. Each
day, the operator of a biogas system feeds the the digester with
household by-products such as market waste, kitchen waste, and
manure from livestock. The methane gas produced inside biogas
system may be used for cooking, lighting, and other energy needs.
Waste that has been fully digested exits the biogas system in the
form of organic fertilizer.
Biogas A-Z service content
We offer project studies, substrate determinations, process and
detailed planning, project management, ready-to-use implementation,
start-up, training and after-sale service.