A co-generation energy facility was developed to utilize biogas from a poultry protein processing facility digester. Prior to gas utilization, the methane was simply flared.
MV Technologies provided a single-vessel solution to reduce the influent H2S concentration to below the desired 200 ppm requirement for the CHP equipment. MV Technologies partnered with a biogas conditioning and packaging firm to provide a turnkey solution for this client. The provided package conditions the digester gas (H2S and moisture removal) and compresses the gas for delivery to the cogen unit.
A digester on-site at a dairy food processing farm treats facility wastewater consisting mostly of wash water and chemicals from cleaning food processing equipment. An H2S removal system was needed to treat the gas for a micro turbine. In addition the biogas can also be combusted in a boiler.
MV Technologies worked directly with the client to develop a customized vessel configuration to accommodate the specific flow rate and H2S concentrations expected from the digester. The facility has realized a significant reduction in the boiler maintenance after the installation of this system.
A waste management company approached MV Technologies for a solution to reduce H2S emissions of an anaerobic digester. The company had to comply with their air permit and warranty requirements of their engine manufacturer. The flow of the digester averages 150 cfm, with concentrations of H2S between 2,500 and 3,000 ppm.
MV Technologies supplied a single-vessel H2SPlus System with a 10’ diameter by 10’ tall vessel, designed to treat the hydrogen sulfide down to 100 ppm or less throughout the 170-day bed life of the media.
MV Technologies responded to a bid solicitation for improvements to an existing cogeneration facility at the municipal wastewater treatment facility. Inlet H2S concentration is 2,100 ppm, with a desired outlet of less than 10 ppm for the 1,000 cfm gas flow.
A two-vessel system was developed, utilizing two 12’ diameter x 12’ tall vessels containing a combined 2,100 ft3 of our media. These vessels treat the 2,100 ppm hydrogen sulfide concentrations for at least 70-days before 10 ppm breakthrough.