The MV Technologies Difference

What sets MV Technologies Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) removal systems apart from others is the combination of high-performance media with a proven system design, informed by over ten years of in-field application.

H2SPlusTM Systems offer consistent performance and a scalable & flexible design at the lowest total cost of ownership.

Additionally, MV stands behind its system design, with the MV Performance Guarantee*.

Proven

Technology

MV’s systems are a high-performance dry-scrubber technology proven in application for H2S removal treating biogas streams from landfills and anaerobic digesters at farms, wastewater treatment facilities, food & beverage processing operations…and more.

Flexible / Scalable

Design

System configurations typically range from a single vessel to eight vessels, depending on parameters. There are no fundamental limits to the application of MV’s H2SPlus system technology – whether in total flow rate or H2S concentration.

Lowest Total Cost

of Operation

H2SPlus Systems deliver repeatable, reliable lowest cost performance and we guarantee results. In most cases, we remove H2S at less than $1.50 per pound – compare that to more than $4.00 per pound for the closest competing similar technology.

Guaranteed

Performance

There are significant cost advantages to using the H2SPlus System and the MV Performance Guarantee™ ensures our clients that the H2SPlus System will deliver projected operating costs and outlet requirements or we will make up the difference!


Spotlight
Spotlight

PROJECT: Energy from Dairy Manure and Food Processing Waste Water Digester, Pixley, California

APPLICATION: With a large California dairy located one mile away from an ethanol production facility, a local developer saw an opportunity to offset fossil energy usage through the use of biogas produced from the manure. The digester produces 325 cfm of biogas with H2S concentrations of 1,000 ppm.

SOLUTION: MV Technologies provided a single-vessel H2SPlus System, designed to reduce the H2S concentrations to below 100 ppm over the course of the approximately 255 day media bed life.

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