Bioenergy Articles

  • The application and features of standard gear reducer we should know

    1.     The standard gear reducer is also called a gear reducer and a gear box. It is a separate transmission. It is composed of a sealed box body, a pair or several pairs of gears ( or worm gears )、drive shafts and bearings. 2.     Standard gear reducer is often installed between the motor and the working ...


    By Sogears

  • Focus on 2018 Philconstruct and Show quality of BeiYi

    From November 8th-11th, 2018, The 2018 Philippine Construction Machinery and Mining Machinery Exhibition was successfully held at the World Trade Center in Manila, Philippines. This exhibition is mainly based on construction machinery.  BeiYi has been actively and extensively communicating and sharing with various industries over the years, especially in the areas of production ...


    By lydite trading company

  • Codford Biogas Case Study

    Codford Biogas recycles waste to supply 100% renewable electricity. It seems only fitting that we should also be providing flexibility to support growing levels of renewable generation on the system. Our partnership with Open Energi is helping us to safely and reliably manage our assets to deliver maximum value from the flexibility ...


    By Open Energi

  • Speed reducer gearbox design application that we can supply and manufactures

    1.IntroductionCement production line is a complex production line specializing in the production of cement production line. This production line mainly consists of the processes of crushing and preparation homogenization, raw material preparation homogenization, preheating decomposition, cement clinker burning, cement powder grinding and packaging,Speed reducer gearbox design application, each of ...


    By Sogears

  • Air Products Opens LNG Equipment Test Facility, Expands LNG Manufacturing Plant

    Air Products, the world’s leader in LNG technology and equipment, recently held a dual celebration event at its Port Manatee, Florida LNG Manufacturing Facility. Participants took part in the ribbon-cutting for a new LNG equipment test facility (ETF) and a groundbreaking for a facility manufacturing expansion project at the site. The location ...

  • Biofuel Production from Bacteria

    On August 24, 2018, researchers from the University of Kent, UK, published a study on a new technique developed to use bacteria as cell factories to produce biofuels. Working in partnership with scientists from University College London, the University of Bristol, and Queen Mary University of London, Matthew J. Lee et al., uncovered a biotechnical ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Taking IoT on the Voyage of Discovery: unlocking the real value in Field Service

    We are seeing the growing demand to integrate connected devices for field service operations. In a recent study by IFS, 30 percent of product-oriented companies said they are already using IoT for field service to some extent – a few companies are even harnessing IoT data to ...


    By IFS

  • DOE Announces Funding for Bioenergy Research and Development Projects

    On September 4, 2018, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced its support for projects in Bioenergy Research and Development. The projects total about $80 million and address early-stage research and development in the hopes of achieving DOE’s goal of reducing biobased costs in ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Primary energy demand of renewable energy carriers

    This paper is the first part of a two paper series commissioned by the European Copper Institute. It addresses the different primary energy definitions, accounting methods, and their applications with a focus on electricity and heat generation from renewable energy. In addition to renewable energy sources, primary energy factors for electricity from waste, nuclear, and ...


    By thinkstep

  • Green IT

    A holistic approach for identifying sustainable performance Green IT is more than taking single factors into account or realising technical improves such as energy efficiency or lead free components. Green IT has to be considered holistically in order to ensure added value for companies. Often responsibles think only about influencing the use phase, about reduction of heat ...


    By thinkstep

  • Fuelling Energy Savings Case Studies

    Magnatech units are being used in a wide variety of commercial premises, saving small and large businesses millions year-on-year, as well as delivering substantial CO2 savings. Atmel A trial by microprocessor manufacturer Atmel, which used sensitive recording equipment to measure boiler performance, showed that once fitted to its 5MW boiler, Magnatech’s units ...

  • Fluidized bed drying system at Ara Region Bern AG, Berne, Switzerland - Case Study

    The challenge: Produce CO2-neutral energy from waste and wastewater ...

  • Gatwick Airport - Haven Power - Case Study

    When Gatwick Airport once again renewed its contract with Haven Power, in 2017, it was in recognition of the supplier’s ability to manage their complex billing and support day-to-day operations. ...


    By Energy Live News Ltd.

  • Gatwick Airport - Case Study

    When Gatwick Airport once again renewed its contract with Haven Power, in 2017, it was in recognition of the supplier’s ability to manage their complex billing and support day-to-day operations. ...


    By Haven Power Ltd

  • Cargill - Case Study

    Sulphate removal from starch processing water A Dutch operation of starch processing company Cargill treats its sulphate-rich water with an anaerobic bioreactor. This produces biogas that is rich in hydrogen sulphide. Cargill chose THIOPAQ® technology to remove the hydrogen sulphide, which enables them to meet the legislation for sulphate discharges. Also, two of ...


    By Paques B.V.

  • SAICA - Case Study

    Water treatment installations expand in step with paper production capacity SAICA produces sustainable solutions for paper and board packaging. This family owned business was founded over 70 years ago, has operations in three European countries and a paper production of two million per year. Since 1992 SAICA has installed eight BIOPAQ® plants, keeping step with ...


    By Paques B.V.

  • Smurfit Kappa - Case Study

    Long term relationship between paper producer and Paques The Smurfit Kappa Group produces 5.5 million tonnes of containerboard per year and is active in 21 countries. Containerboard is corrugated or solid cardboard for making containers. Since 1983, Smurfit Kappa and Paques have worked on 25 large effluent projects together. The majority concerns anaerobic treatment of ...


    By Paques B.V.

  • Bavaria - Case Study

    Over 25 years of smoothly running wastewater treatment at a brewery In 1984, Dutch beer brewer Bavaria needed to increase its wastewater treatment capacity. Paques installed a BIOPAQ®UASB to its existing aerobic clarification plant, reducing aerobic sludge and aeration cost. Over 25 years later, the installation still runs smoothly and treats 10,000 kg COD ...


    By Paques B.V.

  • Industriewater Eerbeek - Case Study

    Dealing with H2S in biogas from papermills Industriewater Eerbeek in the Netherlands treats wastewater from three different neighbouring paper mills. The biogas is used in a gas engine to generate electricity. The UASB-type bioreactors of the paper mills produce biogas that is polluted with hydrogen sulphide. To protect the gas engine from corrosion, the ...


    By Paques B.V.

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