Biogas Biocool treatment systemsBiogas, which is mainly produced from organic biomasses contained in plants and animal waste, is becoming increasingly important as a renewable energy source. These organic materials include agricultural residues, paper/cellulose production residues, wood, forestry, energy crops, landfills and animal waste.
Biogas is created by bacteria's anaerobic digestion of these materials.
The elements that makeup biogas are methane (CH4), which determines its energy content, carbon dioxide (CO2), small quantities of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and ammonia (NH3).
The production of Biogas for the world's energy needs, increasingly focuses on renewable sources and replaces common fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas.
Before Biogas is fed into the grid, e.g. for electricity, heat or biomethane production, it must undergo filtration, to remove its high-water vapour content and screen out other impurities.
Friulair Srl, with its decades of experience in the treatment, cooling and dehumidification, separation and filtration of pressurised fluids, approaches this market with a dedicated range of process chillers and tube bundle heat exchangers and condensate separators. These can be equipped with particle filters and assembled on compact skids.