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|Coating Color:||Dark Green, Or Customizing Colors||Coating Thickness:||0.25~0.40mm, Double Coating|
|Acid And Alkalinity Proof:||Standard Coating Suits For PH3 - PH11, Special Coating Suits For PH1 - PH14||Adhesion:||3,450N/cm|
|Hardness:||6.0 Mohs||Holiday Test:||>1500V|
|Installation:||By Jacking Machine Or Steel Pole, Fast In Installation||Easy To Clean:||Smooth, Glossy, Inert, Anti-adhesion|
|Permeability:||Gas / Liquid Impermeable||Foundation:||Concrete Or Glass Fused Steel|
|Steel Grade:||ART 310||Applications:||Water , Waste Water, Digester , Reactor , Grain , Sludge , Chemicals|
Center Enamel history of anaerobic digestion (AD) tanks exceeds 30 years, we are the first anaerobic digestion (AD) tanks manufacturer in China. In the industrial sector using anaerobic digestion to create biogas is increasingly recognized as a valuable method to utilize waste streams to create renewable energy.
Almost any organic waste can be digested, opportunities have developed to utilize food processing waste, domestic waste, and restaurant waste. Increasingly combinations of waste streams are being processed along with co-digestion of municipal sludge effluent and farm waste such as animal slurry to generate “green” renewable energy.
Biogas produced can be cleaned and introduced directly into the grid, or converted into electricity with generators using combined heat and power engines. This also gives the opportunity to generate heat energy in the form of hot water.
At the end of the process, the digested material can be considered for use as fertilizer, which increases the potential revenue streams.
Modular design allows the flexibility to accommodate various aspect ratios, process pressures, and temperatures to suit a variety of AD processes, designs and applications as specified by your process designer.
All our anaerobic digestion (AD) tanks are made of Glass-Fused-to-Steel, we also call it Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks. Glass-Fused-to-Steel is not only utilized for the tank walls but also in the roofs on tanks such as digesters. This gives the high degree of protection of Glass-Fused-to-Steel throughout a digester, especially in the highly aggressive gaseous zone. These roofs are structurally designed to allow for local environmental loading and can also support centrally mounted mixer systems.