- 75 to 150 kW
- flat digester
- robust gas Otto engine
- short construction time
- farm and agriculture
Liquid manure brings money!
With cattle or pig manure from 100 GV, yields of up to yields of up to 20% can be achieved.
Through the implementation of the new EEG 2014 75 kW plants will be remunerated for electric power up to 23.72 cents per kilowatt hour.
You continue to take care of your animals - the manure ensures you the additional yield!
MiniFerm biogas plants are suitable for every barn
This type of plant is excellently suited for the exclusive use of farm manure, for example liquid manure, dung or HTK.
By utilizing feed residues from livestock farming, the economic efficiency is increased.
MiniFerm biogas plants guarantee independence from fluctuating substrate or lease prices.
- 250 kW - 2 MW
- flat digester
- long-term proven
- upward compatible
- high efficiency
- robust technology
This type of plant is particularly suitable for the use of farm manure (dung, slurry, HTK) and agricultural substrates such as corn, grass, cereal GSP, beets, etc. The UniFerm biogas plants can be operated highly efficiently using the AD AGRO-Separator system.
UniFerm systems are based on fermentation tanks made of concrete, stainless steel or coated steel with diameters between 16 and 36 meters and heights between 5 and 10 meters. Large tank volumes and thus long residence times guarantee you a very high gas yield from the input materials used.
- from 500 kW
- worldwide proven
- high digester
- highest dry matter intake
- mesophilic and thermophilic process
- very low energy consumption
- Agriculture and industry
A special feature of the MegaFerm plants are the fermenters made of reinforced concrete or enameled steel with a fixed ceiling and up to 24 m high. The "slim" high tanks with volumes of up to 7,625 cubic meters allow the use of large input volumes with optimum efficiency of the agitator. Thanks to the central agitator technology, even very difficult substrates can be fermented with low internal power requirements
Because the input materials are constantly mixed, the tank volume is optimally utilized, thus enabling higher digester loads and shorter residence times. Since no floating layers are formed, gas production is quasi-continuous with constant gas quality.