Increase the Efficiency of of your Biogas Plant

No other mechanical form of energy is as efficient in working on the cell structure of the biomass.

Regardless of whether more biogas is to be generated or whether feed substrate is to be saved while performance remains constant – with the turnkey and almost maintenance-free ultrasonic disintegration machines from Weber Entec, you can significantly increase the efficiency of your biogas plant, and do so within a payback period of typically less than 3 years (and often much less than that!).

Advantages

 

  • Increased gas yield / substrate savings
  • Significantly increased degree of degradation
  • Stabilisation of biology
  • Improved flow properties
  • Avoidance of floating layers
  • Reduced agitator wear
  • Reduced energy requirement for pumps and agitators
  • Use of substrates that are difficult to process but often cheaper can be increased
  • Operational reliability of the biogas plant is increased



Advantages

 

  • Very high energy efficiency – 50 % saving compared to other disintegration systems
  • Extremely low-maintenance plant technology
  • High degree of operational reliability
  • Long standing times
  • Can be ideally adapted to the respective requirements
  • Lower space requirement thanks to compact design, simple plug & play installation
  • Quick pay back

 


Construction Equipment Engineering

The term “DesiUS” stands for “disintegration ultrasound system”. The disintegration process which forms the basis of DesiUS was developed by Weber Ultrasonics in collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute, and was optimised by Weber Entec through the use of the BioPush reactor.

DesiUS (Disintegration Ultrasound System) represents energy-efficient and process-robust cell opening technology combined with exceptionally high efficiency. The robust and completely maintenance-free construction of the BioPush reactor allows a simple and uncomplicated structure. The ultrasonic reactors of the turnkey constructed plant are charged via a screw pump. The substrate is routed through the sound field at a specific speed in such a manner that the specific energy input required for treating the substrate is ideally achieved. A macerator protects the machine from foreign objects and provides coarse homogenization upstream, in order to achieve optimal coupling of the ultrasound. A PLC-supported control system enables robust and trouble-free operation. In addition, the machine is equipped with sensors that monitor temperature, pressure and volumetric flow.

Disintegration by Ultrasound