Gas Systems available from Organics.
On-line feed gas equipment will typically measure methane, carbon dioxide and oxygen. On occasion it may also include hydrogen sulphide, and carbon monoxide.
With increasing environmental awareness and a tightening of statutory controls, the monitoring of exhaust gases emitting from landfill gas flaring and utilisation systems is becoming an increasingly important element of well-managed facilities.
Process gas and liquid cooling using ambient air blast coolers.
Biogas (LFG and gas from agricultural waste) is a recognised valuable resource, both as a fuel gas for energy production and as an offset option capable of generating carbon credits. Projects aimed at recovering this resource require specialised technology and know-how.
Packaged gas cooling tonear zero or sub-sero temperatures.
Gas sampling systems for buildings and field migration protection systems.
The Anaerobic digestion of organic matter produces methane and carbon dioxide. It can also lead to the production of other trace gases, such as hydrogen sulphide. Hydrogen sulphide can be a health and safety hazard. The gas has an unpleasant odour and can cause the rapid corrosion of carbon steels.
Fuel-skids for power generation. The absolute requirement for a fuel skid is long-term reliability.