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Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tanks for Biogas Project

The use of anaerobic digestion to generate biogas is increasingly recognized as a valuable method of using waste to generate renewable energy.

Glass-fused-to-Steel tanks can be used in medium-temperature digesters, high-temperature digesters, and various other sewage treatment processes. Almost any organic waste can be digested, and biogas projects now use a large amount of food processing waste, household waste, and restaurant waste. More and more urban sludge effluent and farm waste (such as animal waste) are digested together to produce "green" renewable energy.

Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tanks for Biogas Project

The biogas produced by the biogas project can be purified and directly introduced into the power grid, or it can be converted into electricity by a generator using a combined heat and power engine. At the end of anaerobic digestion, you can consider using the digested materials as fertilizer to increase the potential source of income for the project.

Modular design allows flexible adaptation to various aspect ratios, process pressures and temperatures to adapt to various AD processes, designs and applications specified by process designers.

The GLS plate is used not only for the tank wall, but also for the tank top to form a sealed anaerobic fermentation tank. This provides a high degree of protection for the Glass-Fused-to-Steel in the entire anaerobic fermentation tank, especially in the highly corrosive gaseous area. The structural design of these roofs allows for local environmental loads and can also support a centrally installed mixer system.

In addition, the FRP tank can also be used for biogas storage by combining with a double membrane cover. Our enamel assembly tank is a combination of the strength of steel and the flexibility of a modular structure, which has significant advantages compared with other types of anaerobic digestion tank structures.