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Butterfly valves for biogas applications


Release time:

2023-12-13

Biogas is derived from organic materials, including agricultural waste, liquid manure, municipal waste, plant material, green waste and food waste. It is a progressive and sustainable energy source that plays an important role in the transition to renewable energy.

Biogas is derived from organic materials, including agricultural waste, liquid manure, municipal waste, plant material, green waste and food waste. It is a progressive and sustainable energy source that plays an important role in the transition to renewable energy.

The interactive butterfly valve is specially designed for the requirements of biogas plants and is used in production processes, such as substrate feeding and pretreatment, fermentation, digestion liquid treatment and biogas utilization.

Universal peeling machines provide different, extremely corrosion-resistant liner materials for different H2S contents.

The working pressure from DIN50 to DIN250 and maximum 5 bar, from class AN161A, valve group 2, safety class B, meets the strict requirements of DVGW and is approved by DVGW. In addition, they comply with one of the most important fugitive emission standards, ISO15848-1 (formerly TAT-LIFT/VDI2440) and are available in ATES designs.