Monday, October 16, 2017

How to Feed a Digester Weltec MultiMix - Better Biogas Yield and Stability

How to Feed a Digester for High Biogas Output Weltec MULTIMix 
How to Feed a Digester for High Biogas Output The Weltec MULTIMix Way.

Avoid problems with inconsistent throughout quality, and avoid downtime when feeding a digester with, grass silage, whole-plant silage, and manure for biogas production.

With the MULTIMix digester feed delivery system, WELTEC BIOPOWER offers, a unique solution which removes foreign materials, BEFORE being conveyed to the feed pump.

The system also shreds the substrate to a size and consistency which is optimised, for rapid uptake by the biogas bacteria.

The MULTIMix system thus ensures the technical and economic stability of biogas plants, by preventing failures, and thus ensuring an uninterrupted process of digestion of the substrates used.

Advantages of Installing a Weltec MULTIMix:

1, Processes fibrous, sticky and soft substrates (up to a high dry weight percentage).
2, Provides bacteria-oriented substrate shredding for immediate biogas production.
3, Ensures an optimum loading of the digester with a homogeneous, macerated bio-suspension.
4, Minimises the risk of floating and sediment layers.
5, Improves overall anaerobic digestion plant energy efficiency, through the reduction of agitation energy needed, and significantly increases the pump feed pump's typical service life.
which substantially reduces wear and tear.

Two quick MULTIMix tips, for biogas plant operators, follow:

Tip 1, Several digesters can be fed with only one MULTIMix.
Tip 2, A MULTIMix unit can easily be retrofitted to your biogas plant.

Video based on the Weltec MULTIMix web page at




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