Biogasclean’s MUW® system gives lowest operating costs
This is cheaper than water and industrial fertilizer and gives the lowest OPEX of any H2S removal system. In order to prevent clogging inside the scrubber tank the larger particles in the treated water shall first be removed. Wastewater with small amounts of particles (palm oil, cassava, paper & pulp) only requires a simple screening. Wastewater with significant amounts of particles (pig and cattle manure) requires separation into a liquid and solid fraction by screw press or decanter.
After removal of particles the wastewater is mixed with scrubber liquid with low pH. The sulfate (SO4) reacts with calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg) and form sludge. The sludge and particles settle in the MUW® tanks before being used in the scrubber tanks.
Using treated water does not only generate a direct saving in water and NPK fertilizer. It also causes that the degassed manure is not diluted by water. This reduces the amount of degassed manure to be transported from the biogas plant to the farmer and the amount to be applied to the fields.
Saving the environment and money at the same time.
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Please contact us if you need an efficient solution for desulfurization of biogas. We can help you for any biogas flow and H2S load and no matter if your project is greenfield or refurbishment of an existing plant. We will be happy to share our experience with you. Together, we will find the optimal solution for your biogas plant.
Founder of Biogasclean
CTO and COO Biogasclean
Ho Vooi Toc
Sales Manager South