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Biohydrogen – clean fuel  from dirty stuff

Is dark fermentation the future of biohydrogen fuel production?

Using hydrogen gas as a replacement fuel reduces pollution and is more sustainable, but how do you generate it to make a profit? Maybe through microbes interacting to produce the gas on a mass scale.

Gas Endeavour® enables on-line monitoring of hydrogen production during the dark fermentation process.

Applications include:

  • Biochemical hydrogen potential analysis 
  • Screening and choosing the optimal carbohydrate material or mixture producing the highest amount of biohydrogen
  • Evaluating the need for nutrients and mineral additions to accelerate the process and increase the biohydrogen fermentation yield
  • Investigating the activity of microbial flora used as inoculum in a dark fermentation process
  • Studying pre-treatment methods to eliminate methanogens from anaerobic sludge and selecting spore forming hydrogen producers.

– a novel tool for process optimisation of biohydrogen production

The Gas Endeavour® is a novel platform for analysing low gas volume and flow whenever there is a demand for high accuracy and precise measurements. The instrument can be used for research and industrial applications relating to: various biohydrogen processes, animal nutrition, wastewater, bioethanol fermentation, aerobic and anaerobic respiration, evaluation of microbial communities,  greenhouse gas emission and more.

– a tool for anaerobic batch fermentation tests

The Automatic Methane Potential Test System (AMPTS®) II has become the research-standard analytical tool for anaerobic batch fermentation testing. The instrument can also be used for biochemical hydrogen potential analysis. Automated, fully integrated and with easy access to sampling, analysis, recording and report generation, AMPTS® II can house 15 glass reactors for tests. These include biochemical methane potential (BMP) tests, anaerobic biodegradability studies, specific methanogenic activity (SMA) assays and residual gas potential (RGP) analyses on digested slurry. AMPTS® II lets you determine the optimal retention time and mix of substrates for co-digestion, screen proper pre-treatment methods and evaluate the need for additives.

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