We are the Market Leaders & Pioneers in Anaerobic Digestion Systems & Power plants in South East Asia. We have done 24 MW power generations with Biogas & 22 MW power generation plants are under construction. We provide complete turnkey solutions under one roof starting from design to power generation and export to grid or local in house consumption based on client requirements and demands. We offer BIOPOWER™ solutions for the biogas power plant (CHP) for captive or export to Electricity Board (Grid) through IPP agreement.
Now-a-days CHP is major area of focus due to its main characteristics like, the ability to produce simultaneously both electricity and thermal energy. Thereby, the total efficiency of a CHP system is much higher compared to the conventional electric power generator. As a matter of fact, it can even reach values of 85-90% efficiency. Electric power can be used for in-house consumption and excess power can be sent to Electricity Grid. Heat Power can be used for the steam generation of the plant and jacket water can be used to heat the substrates/effluents in case of thermophilic process.
We always use advanced & latest Transformers and Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS) for transferring essential loads and electrical distribution systems from mill power to biogas engine power automatically changed over without manual intervention. We give internationally reputed gas engine such as GE Jenbacher, Caterpillar, Guascor and MWM etc for our biogas power plant projects. We are providing biogas power plants from all kinds of Organic Wastes such as POME, Sugar, Food, Distillery, Sewage Sludge, Animal Wastes, Municipal Wastes & various Energy Crops.
Biogas needs to be purified, mainly the Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) contents should be removed before it is fed into Biogas Engine to generate electricity. Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) is particularly harmful when biogas is used in internal combustion engines. Its chemical reactions and those of its combustion product ‘sulphur dioxide’ lead to corrosion and damage to engines. The acid which is formed, corrodes engine parts in the combustion chamber, exhaust system and bearings too. This damage is enhanced by frequent starts, short running times and the relatively low temperatures when starting up and after cutting off the engine.
The water cooling system also provides the roots for corrosion, when mixed with H2S it forms Sulphuric Acid. Running engines with gas containing H2S can reduce the service time to the first general overhaul by about 10 - 15%. The sulphur content of biogas used in gas engines shortens the time between oil changes and overhauls. SO2 from combustion and water vapour both dissolve in the lubricating oil. The oil becomes acidic, and its properties change, losing its ability to lubricate and sometimes corroding metal components. Under continuous operating conditions, the interval between oil changes is reduced to 200 - 250 hours in place of 1000 -1500 hrs of operations.