Pumps for Biomethanation Process in the Biogas Industry
Progressive Cavity Pumps — Peristaltic Pumps — Centrifugal Pumps — Lift Pumps
Progressive Cavity Pumps
Through its high propensity for adaptation, the Progressive Cavity Pumps, also called eccentric screw pump (rotor / stator) can resolve the problems posed by the transfer of abrasive, aggressive, toxic and viscous products that are found in the processing of materials used in biomethanation. PCP pumps (Progressive Cavity Pumps) are easy to maintain. This is a considerable advantage in the treatment of organic matter from animal farming, slurry, more or less liquid industrial waste, etc.
The limited number of retrofit parts (rotor- stator – spindle shaft – connecting rods, etc.) make maintenance operations quick and easy, which is specifically suited to most internal maintenance departments.In biomethanation, pumps are used for:
- the treatment of bio-subtrates
- transporting fluids to fermenters
SPS is the official distributor of Wangen pumps. Value for money by far the best in the market, Wangen offers unique reliability to biogas producers.
Moreover SPS offers a wide range of spare parts for progressing cavity pumps such as stators, rotors, seals and coupling parts for all major brands.
for biomethanation or biogas industry
Peristaltic LSM pumps respond very effectively to biomass media transfer even with very high solid concentration as to found in biogas industry.
Biomethanation plant manager are familiar with the problems caused by residual straw, ropes, stones, and other incongruous objects.
Exactly what for LSM pumps provide a remarkably effective solution.
The principle of the peristaltic pump by which the materials are pushed through a hose providing a wide free passage is ideal for situation where your have high solid content like all sorts of small solid blocks or small stone, ropes, straws or long fibers – which often cause problems to other pumps types.
The Grundfos pumps range has many applications in bio-methanisation sites – water circulators, wastewater collection, transfer, and more.