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Unlocking the potential of Biogas Generation

BIOGAS UPGRADING PSA

Upgrading
ePSA

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BIOGAS UPGRADING PSA

BIOGAS UPGRADING ePSA

Pressure Swing Adsorption (ePSA) is helpful in separating gases, especially in landfills. Gases are adsorbed and desorbed due to different levels of pressure. Desulphurization enables ePSA to separate gases, yielding biomethane with 97% purity. It also eliminates H2S and reclaims CO2. Our ePSA system is energy-efficient and has a throughput rate of up to 3,000 Nm3/hr.

BIOGAS UPGRADING AMINE

Upgrading
Amine

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BIOGAS UPGRADING AMINE

BIOGAS UPGRADING AMINE

Amines Upgrading is a standout process at GAS LAB, and we are proud to be experts in this field. The process involves adsorbing and recycling the CO2, followed by its discharge for compression.

CO2 RECOVERY

BioCO2
Recovery

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CO2 RECOVERY

BioCO2 RECOVERY

Integrating carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) technology at biogas plants can lead to negative emissions of the gas, depending on how biogas is utilized. GAS LAB's pure liquid CO2 recovery technology, developed and commercialized as one of the first such systems in the world, can recover up to 99.9% of CO2.

WATER ABSORPTION based enrichment

WATER ABSORPTION

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WATER ABSORPTION based enrichment

WATER ABSORPTION based enrichment

Water absorption-based biogas enrichment is an inexpensive and straightforward technology that upgrades biogas by leveraging the higher solubility of CO2 in water compared to methane. This technology is especially suitable for small to medium-sized biogas plants in rural areas due to its simplicity, and low operating cost.

OUR CLIENTS IN BIOGAS

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OUR TECHNOLOGY

GAS LAB is at the forefront of the industry with our technology-agnostic approach to Biogas Enrichment and customized solutions. Our portfolio includes multiple biogas upgrading technologies, such as Advanced Amines, Pressure Swing Adsorption (ePSA), and Water-Based Absorption, to meet the unique needs of each project.

Combined with our CO2 Capture and Recovery Systems, each project can maximize the Biogas Value Chain and contribute to ‘Net Zero’. Our process generates high-quality liquid CO2 that can be sold directly to the market or forward integrated for dry ice production and other applications.

Discover the wide range of biogas uses, including agricultural applications such as greenhouses and grow rooms, soil pH correction, and microalgae production, significantly improving profitability.