Biogas is gaining significance globally as recycled organic waste replaces non-sustainable fossil fuel sources of energy production. When organic waste is digested in an anaerobic process, the resulting methane – the fuel for energy production – can be heavily contaminated with unwanted substances that can cause corrosion or abrasion. Molecular filtration protects the membranes that clean your biogas before injection along with controlling the engine corrosion and abrasion with adsorbents in leak-free housings.
Camfil offers the market a cost-effective media for the removal of hydrogen sulphide generated during the production of biogas by anaerobic digestion: CamPure 32. This high-quality chemical adsorbent is a combination of adsorbents, treated by a dedicated chemical impregnation system. This media has a lower dust content compared to classical carbon and also exhibits a longer lifetime. CamPure 32 is certified in accordance with UL 900. The low flammability characteristics make it a much safer media than carbon. This is an important feature for use in an environment where ignition of adsorbent media beds is a real risk, e.g. biogas production.
CamPure 32 is the new ideal Camfil molecular filtration media for the removal of hydrogen sulfide during the production of biogas in an anaerobic process.
MAIN ADVANTAGES OF CAMPURE 32 MEDIA:
There are many ways of solving molecular filtration in biogas applications. Activated carbon or alumina media are deployed as filter deep beds between perforated metal sheets in a wide range of heavy-duty housings, and as single or multiple stages depending on concentration and flow requirements.
Very long contact time to ensure optimum media usage and lifetime|
Lowest possible LCC and highest protection of production assets|
Inherently leak-free design|
The extremely high removal efficiency|
Convenient gravity removal of spent media, easy to regulate media flow|
No requirement for expensive vacuum equipment to change media|
Construction material on 316 quality stainless steel|
Compact cylindrical footprint for minimal use of plant room space|
Minimum requirement for concrete or steel foundation|
Design and construction for maximum pressure of 0.49 barg|
Reliable performance for biogas application|