Carbon-containing materials can be turned into synthetic gas
Gasification is a reliable clean energy process that turns biomass or any material containing carbon into synthetic gas. Gasification process converts organic carbon-containing materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen and carbon dioxide. It is achieved by reacting the material at high temperatures (>700 °C), without combustion, with an optimized amount of oxygen.
Production of tar-free gas before bioconversion is a prerequisite for achieving acceptable bioconversion rates. Our unique oxygen enriched gasifier can produce highly pure tar-free syngas. Furthermore, a high operation temperature (>1000 °C) ensures an efficient decomposition of harmful substances.
We utilize microbes isolated from marshland to produce biomethane from hydrogen and carbon dioxide in our unique bioreactors. Biomethane can then be utilized as a transportation fuel by itself or be further refined into renewable energy.
Microbiological syngas upgrading technology converts produced syntheses gas into biomethane.