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Food waste Biogas Plants :-
We are renowned as one of the chief Food waste Biogas Plants Manufacturers, Exporters, and Suppliers in India. We are very shortly introducing the Bio gas Header in the general Bio gas Plant. The conventional MS domes require lot of maintenance and the pressure of the gas depends totally on the dome itself. Hence, we worked on FRP Gas Domes in place of MS Domes. The FRP Gas Domes are easy to install and easy to maintain the gas digester also. Further Bio gas Plant itself requires zero maintenance.
Food waste is an untapped energy source that mostly ends up rotting in landfills, thereby releasing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Food waste includes organic wastes generated in hotels, restaurants, canteens, cafeterias, shopping malls and industrial parks in the form of leftover food, vegetable refuse, stale cooked and uncooked food, meat, teabags, napkins, extracted tea powder, milk products etc. It is difficult to treat or recycle food waste since it contains high levels of sodium salt and moisture, and is mixed with other waste during collection.
Food waste can be recycled by two main pathways:
DOMESTIC Biogas Plant
FOOD WASTE Biogas Plant
Industrial Biogas Plant
PSTR Biogas Plant === (PSTR TECHNOLOGY - PARTIAL STIRRED TANK REACTOR)
CSTR Biogas Plant === (CSTR TECHNOLOGY - CONTINUOUS STIRRED TANK REACTOR)
* Clean Technical concepts
* Performance and Economic Efficiency Calculation
* Extensive Conceptualization & Engineered Planning
* Sleek, Compact and Automated Plant
* Construction on turn-key and BOT systems
* Operation and Maintenance
CONDITION :- New
MATERIAL :- FRP
BRAND NAME :- "FGP"
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN :- Rajkot,Gujarat,india
Capacity: Also Having Different Kinds in it.
PACKAGING & DELIVERY :-
PACKAGING DETAIL :- Standard Packaging Box & with Carton Packaging
Delivery DETAILS :- 10 - 15 Days After Deposit
Production of renewable energy (heat, light, electricity)
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through methane recovery
Reduction of solids to be handled (e.g. less excess sludge)
Transformation of organic wastes into high quality fertilizer
Improvement of hygienic conditions through reduction of pathogens, worm eggs and flies
Process stability (high-loads can be treated but anaerobic sludge can also be preserved for prolonged periods without any feeding)
Relatively low construction costs
The space requirements of anaerobic treatment are lower than for aerobic wastewater treatment systems