The patented LIPP KomBio-Reactor, a digester with integrated gas storage, allows for a working flexible substrate. The surrounding steel shell additionally protects the gas accumulator from wind, UV-radiation, and bad weather conditions, while the roof decreases the required heat output during winter.
In the 1970s, a digester with a horizontal fermentation process was created, with a paddle agitator and a screw conveyor. At the end of the 1980s, biogas plants were beginning to gain popularity as alternative sources of energy. Lipp customers were able to benefit from the know-how gained over the previous years of development. LIPP Systems - BiogasWorld Connecting the biogas industryLIPP Systems BiogasWorld. LIPP Systems. Lipps KomBio reactors are made up of a digestion basin and a biogas storing ARGA. Unlike other anaerobic digestion systems, Lipps KomBio reactors are made of stainless steel, which lengthens their lifespan. Their heating system consists of a network of high-energy transfer heating pipes located between the isolating panels and the metal wall.
Industry:biogas from anaerobic water treatment and waste digestion plants From simple sludge storage tanks and other sewage containers for municipal wastewater treatment plants, to complete Sludge digestions system with the core component KomBio reactor, Lipp offers its customers complete system solutions for sludge digestion
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