Anaerobic Fermentation

Fermentation Technology Systems is a State of the ArtSystem which generatesabout 40% more biogas compared to a conventional system. Optimal generation of biogas is achieved due to the use of two separate, first for the process of hydrolysis or acidogensis and the other for methanogenesis. The feedstock could be either one or a combination of the following:

  • Sludge generated from sewage treatment plants.
  • Organic waste generated from vegetable markets.
  • Green waste generated from agricultural fields.
  • Cow dung.
  • Bagasse from sugar industry.
  • Any other waste having good organic content.

The fermentation process uses several different bacteria to biodegrade the long-chain organic carbon compoundsinto biogas. This is done by breaking down carbon compounds like cellulose into fatty acids and thereafter into methane.

The key benefits of the system are:

  • Higher efficiency resulting in the generation of about 40% more biogas as compared to a convention system.
  • Faster biodegradation and a low HRT of 7 days as compared to 27 days in conventional reactors.
  • The entire system is software driven and can be monitored remotely.
  • Alerts can be sent to the operating personnel through the software In case of operational problems or changes required in set parameters.
  • Lesser space requirement as compared to conventional systems

Applications

  • Sugar Industry.
  • Dairy and Food-processing Industry.
  • Slaughterhouses.
  • Sewage Treatment Plants.
  • Vegetable and Fruit Markets
  • Cow Farms