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Biogas Blowers

Biogas "Explosion-Proof" Blowers 

Specialty-Gas-Blower BioGas (Bio Gas) Blower

 Bare Blower and Biogas Blower Systems

(Natural Gas, Methane Gas, and Specialty Gas Blowers)

What is a Biogas Blower?
A biogas blower is any blower that can be used to either "pull" or "push" biogas (or any other combustible gas, such as methane gas, or renewable natural gas, also commonly known as RNG) "from" somewhere and deliver it "to" somewhere else.

 

Biogas Blowers, based on Positive Displacement Rotary Blower principle, have been specially developed for pumping and conveying bio gas. These biogas blowers are generally used in biogas lines to boost the gas pressures to meet the burner input demand. These biogas and specialty gas blowers are generally vertical in construction (i.e. the suction end is at the top and discharge is at the bottom) so as to prevent any accumulation of corrosive matter inside the casing. Since they operate in a closed- loop, suction and discharge silencers are generally not required. Special material of construction, lubrication and sealing arrangements make them an ideal choice for biogas applications.

Special blowers, capable of handling different gases, are also available. Material of construction and constructional details vary to meet different gas requirements. For inflammable and toxic gases, leak tightness is ensured. Basic designs are modified, depending upon the nature of gas to be handled and customer's requirement. Water jet injection cooling can also be provided to keep the gas temperature low.

Provision for a vacuum switch is provided at the inlet of the blower, so that in case the biogas generation falls below the pumping speed of the blower, the blower trips and this prevents vacuum overloading. Similarly provision for a pressure switch is provided on the discharge line to safeguard the blower against excessive discharge pressures.

Standard Design & Constructional Features:

  • 100% oil free air delivery
  • Explosion-Proof
  • Factory Engineered, factory guaranteed, superior product
  • Alloy steel hardened and ground timing gears
  • Anti-friction bearings
  • Rotary oil seals
  • Rigid one piece CI casing and side plates
  • Horizontal and Vertical configurations available
  • Easy rotor timing setting
  • No vanes, valves or rings to wear
  • Large inlet and outlet connections for minimum loss
  • Improved volumetric efficiency and reduced operating temperatures
  • Alloy steel toughened shafts ground to close tolerances

Biogas Blowers are available in a variety of models, configurations, and sizes. The following is a brief summary of biogas flow and pressure parameters that our biogas, natural gas, and methane gas blowers can accomodate:

 Flow Rate

 From a 100-cfm to 4,000-cfm

 Differential Pressure

 From 0.5-psi(g) to 10-psi(g) and higher

 

Performance Specifications - Biogas Blowers

For additional information, or to discuss your application and to request a proposal, you can email us your requirements at: Biogas Blower Inquiry 

 

News/Events 

  1. Difference between a Turbo and Positive Displacement Blower
  2. The Difference between Methane and Natural Gas
  3. First Dairy Biogas Project in Connecticut
  4. Does Renewable Natural Gas Have a Future in Energy?
  5. Biogas Offtake Opportunities For Digesters
  6. Wisconsin Dairy Begins Production of Renewable Natural Gas
  7. Anaerobic Digestion Sector Forming a Clearer Picture
  8. Brightmark to Expand Western New York Dairy Biogas Project
  9. Biogas - The Energy Wonder That's Under Our Noses
  10. Power Generation Achieved by a Self-Assembled Biofuel Cell
  11. Less Carbon Dioxide from Natural Gas
  12. Project Uses Renewable Electricity for RNG Production
  13. Smithfield Hog Farm Provides Natural Gas to Missouri City
  14. From Waste to Gas
  15. Gas Clash Threatens Australian Export
  16. Maximizing Opportunities of Anaerobic Digestion from Wastewater
  17. Catalyst to Speed up Conversion of Biomass to Biofuel
  18. How It Works: Ethanol
  19. Anaerobic Digestion - the Next Big Renewable Energy Source
  20. Anaerobic Additions
  21. Three (3) Tech Solutions for Modern Landfills
  22. The Costs and Benefits of Anaerobic Digesters
  23. Bacteria Farts Power Wastewater Plant in Fort Wayne
  24. Europe’s First Poultry Manure Biogas Plant
  25. Electricity Using Pig Manure
  26. $38-Million Biodigester coming to Grand Rapids
  27. Biochar Could Benefit Anaerobic Digestion of Animal Manure
  28. Getting More out of Anaerobic Digestion
  29. Biogas prevents 20 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per year
  30. Converting to green gas grid ‘could be vital’

 

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Difference between a Turbo and Positive Displacement Blower