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For others it’s waste,
for you it’s money.

Why waste it?

More profit from your feedstock

The way to better profit from your organic waste is by assessing the potential of its biomethane yield.

AMPTS II® allows you to screen and choose the optimal substrate or mixture to produce the highest amount of methane. It lets you select between different pre-treatment alternatives and evaluate the need for additives used for anaerobic digestion processes. This automated system is based on volumetric gas measurements. It minimises human error and workload demand, improves analytical precision and accuracy, and standardises data sampling, calculation and presentation.

Our μFlow, BioReactor Simulator and anaerobic reactors in various sizes and configurations allow you to easily set up test platforms for simulating continuous operations of your anaerobic digestion process in laboratory- and small pilot-scale.

Most common biogas applications for our instruments include:

  • Biochemical Methane Potential (BMP) test
  • Specific Methanogenic Activity (SMA) test
  • Residual Gas Potential (RGP) test
  • Substrate inhibition assays
  • Anaerobic biodegradability assays
  • Simulation of continuous operation of anaerobic digestion processes
– a tool for anaerobic batch fermentation tests
The Automatic Methane Potential Test System (AMPTS®) II is the analytical tool preferred by scientists and engineers for conducting various anaerobic batch fermentation tests. The instrument can also be used for biochemical hydrogen potential analysis aomong other anaerobic batch fermentation assays such as biochemical methane potential (BMP) tests, anaerobic biodegradability studies, specific methanogenic activity (SMA) assays as well as conducting residual gas potential (RGP) analyses on digested slurry. All of this is performed with easy access to sampling, analysis, recording and report generation; fully integrated and automated.
– simplify the selection & pricing of substrates

The AMPTS® II Light is a sister product of the AMPTS® II. It is the instrument of choice for process engineers and plant operators when selecting and pricing substrates in biogas plants. The instrument is used for analysing, with up to six test vials, biochemical methane potential (BMP), residual gas potential (RGP) as well as anaerobic biodegradability and specific methanogenic activity (SMA) assays. All of this is performed with easy access to sampling, analysis, recording and report generation fully integrated and automated.

– simulate continuous operation of anaerobic processes

Our CSTR and high-rate anaerobic bioreactors (UASB / EGSB and IC) have a modular design, built with high-quality materials and robustness in mind. Intended for anaerobic fermentation tests, both for continuous and batch mode operations, the flexible design and user-friendly functionality makes them the ideal experiment platform for simulating full-scale biogas production processes in laboratory- and pilot- scale.

– continuous fermentation made easy

The BioReactor Simulator (BRS) is a universal platform for simulating anaerobic fermentation processes in a continuous mode of operation. The system is controlled by a web-based software running on a remote cloud solution. The high quality of the data obtained from the BioReactor Simulator allows users to gain deeper knowledge for determining the suitability of a potential feedstock for biogas production, defining the suitable organic loading rate or retention time for a given feedstock, designing suitable feeding schedules and assessing handling or disposal conditions for digested residues.

– low gas flow measurements made easy

The μFlow is a compact standalone low gas flow meter with high precision and accuracy. With a detection range of up to 4000 Nml/hour and a high linearity, it is a perfect flow meter for online, real-time monitoring of inert and slightly aggressive gases at laboratory scale.  By selecting μFlow and our automatic data acquisition devices, anyone can easily set up a real-time process monitoring system for anaerobic fermentation processes at laboratory scale.

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