Anaerobic Digestion Tanks
Anaerobic digestion is a series of processes for microorganisms to biodegrade in an environment lacking oxygen. The biogas produced by this process is composed of methane, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, and other "pollutant" gases. This kind of biogas can be directly used for cogeneration gas engines, or it can be upgraded to natural gas quality biogas. The nutrient-rich biogas slurry produced can also be used as fertilizer. An anaerobic digestion tank is a liquid storage tank used to digest the stored complex mud/wastewater into simple compounds and then release gas, which may be used as fuel. The raw materials for anaerobic digestion tank come from animal manure, food processing waste, industrial wastewater treatment process and urban sewage treatment process, almost any source containing digestible organic waste. The use of anaerobic digestion to produce biogas is increasingly recognized as a valuable method of using waste streams to generate renewable energy.
The Glass-Fused-to-Steel tank is used for mesophilic digesters, thermophilic digesters, pasteurized digesters, and enhanced enzymatic digesters and various other processes and applications. The combination of fusion glass welding to the steel surface, combined with the strength of steel and the flexibility of the modular structure, has significant advantages over other types of digester structures. Center Enamel Glass-Fused-to-Steel tank has been able to meet the design requirements of different anaerobic digestion process designers and equipment manufacturers. Our enamel assembled tanks have been widely used in the application of digestion tanks in biogas projects. We provide design, manufacture and installation of digestion tanks. Compared with traditional water tanks, the use of glass molten steel water tanks in digestion tanks or water tanks has many advantages, as shown in the following table:
Various accessories such as heat exchangers, agitators, and tank insulation can be installed.
The construction time of GFS tanks has been shortened from a year to a few months.
No reaction with the tank wall.
Compared with traditional tanks, less maintenance.