Taiwan biogas plant benefits from Landia mixing system

The new Pushige Biomass Energy Center in Hualien County on the east coast of Taiwan is the primary biogas plant within the country to make use of livestock manure as its feedstock, using a digester mixing system made by Landia.
The plant options six of Landia’s externally mounted GasMix methods, which enhance biogas yields. Fully refundable are helping generate what goes to quantity to roughly 876,000 kWh of electricity every year for the Taipower grid (equivalent to the electrical energy capability of 250 households) from 300 tonnes of livestock manure wastewater every single day in the breeding space of Sanmin, Yuli Town the place eight livestock farms are house to virtually 10,000 pigs and near 700 cows.
Benefitting from the Landia Chopper Pump, the digester mixing system draws thick liquid from the underside of the 6,000 m3 tank, where solids are chopped to speed up the digestion process and stop clogging of pipes and nozzles. In the primary stage of the blending process, the livestock wastewater is injected into the higher half of the digester, while biogas is aspirated from the top of the tank and combined into the liquid. This reduces buoyancy at the floor of the liquid, and the rising gas bubbles continue to mix after the pumps are switched off.
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