Highly effective media filters for removing hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S) from biogas plants
Biogas plants produce gas through fermentation. Biogas is a sustainable source of energy, since various waste materials are dumped as household waste in a digester, in order to generate this (landfill) gas. The methane gas being sought is created during this anaerobic process. Depending on the waste material in the digester, unwanted, harmful gases can unfortunately also be released into the biogas. The most common unwanted gases are H2S, terpenes, siloxanes and aromatic compounds, which attack components in the biogas plant. The presence of terpenes, among other things, can cause the odour added to the gas to detect leaks (THT) to be masked. We therefore have various types of activated carbon in our range, to capture these components.