Biogas CHP Cogenerator

  • Biogas CHP-Cogeneration

    Biogas CHP-Cogenerator

    We have a wide range of Biogas CHPs, generators and cogeneration units. A large stock of immediately available engines can be shipped worldwide at a moments notice.  Alfagy's biogas CHP (cogeneration) and generators create more profit than any other manufacturer.

    Alfagy Biogas CHP

    Combined Heat & Power
    CHP · Cogeneration · Onsite Power Gensets

    Unit

    kWe

    kWt

    Weight (t)

    Data sheet

    Quote

    Alfagy B1E

    0.9

    0.4

    0.15

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    Alfagy B2.7E

    2.7

    0.8

    0.30

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    Alfagy B15C

    15

    29

    0.46

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    Alfagy N25C

    25

    46

    0.50

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    Alfagy N30C

    30

    54

    0.70

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    Alfagy B40C

    40

    72

    1.00

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    Alfagy B50C

    50

    84

    1.48

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    Alfagy B80C

    80

    130

    1.75

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    Alfagy B100C

    100

    154

    2.00

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    Alfagy B100E

    100

    161

    3.20

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    Alfagy B122E

    122

    196

    3.20

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    Alfagy B151E

    151

    232

    4.60

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    Alfagy B160C

    160

    241

    2.25

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    Alfagy B173E

    173

    264

    3.50

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    Alfagy B185E

    185

    274

    3.50

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    Alfagy B200C

    200

    297

    4.45

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    Alfagy B205E

    205

    268

    3.50

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    Alfagy B220E

    220

    307

    3.60

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    Alfagy B233E

    233

    283

    3.60

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    Alfagy B260C

    260

    381

    2.80

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    Alfagy B260E

    260

    335

    5.40

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    Alfagy B300C

    300

    433

    4.85

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    Alfagy B350E

    350

    413

    5.40

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    Alfagy B400E

    400

    503

    5.40

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    Alfagy B450C

    450

    641

    6.85

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    Alfagy B500C

    500

    703

    7.00

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    Alfagy B500E

    500

    608

    5.40

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    Alfagy B600E

    600

    693

    11.60

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    Alfagy B800E

    800

    911

    13.60

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    Alfagy B1200E

    1200

    1303

    15.50

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    Alfagy B1400E

    1400

    1097

    18.00

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    Alfagy B1560E

    1560

    1720

    20.00

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    Alfagy B2000E

    2000

    2168

    30.00

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    Alfagy B3333E

    3333

    3641

    37.80

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    Alfagy B4300E

    4300

    4647

    46.30

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    Alfagy B5100E

    5100

    5100

    54.00

    Request

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    Alfagy B5700E

    5700

    5700

    60.00

    Request

    Contact

    Data may change without notice. Conversion rate depends on methane content and assumed to be 1/10 of the kW of gas consumed.  Heat recovery: Heating water temperature = 90°C outlet flow, max 70°C return flow. Tailored heat recovery available.  Rating Conditions: Combustion air/Ambient temperature 27 °C; rated altitude  max. 300 m;  methane content >76%.  Exhaust gas emissions for Lambda 1 Engines:  NOx < 250 mg/Nm³ / CO < 300 mg/Nm³.  Exhaust gas emissions for Lean burn engines:  NOx < 500 mg/Nm³ / CO < 300 mg/Nm³.  (adjustment to 250 mg NOx possible, with decreased electric efficiency).

    Our engines use Lean Burn technology to achieve lowest NOx emissions and our effective noise protection is superior.   Last year, we delivered 12 units that were so quiet that you could only hear their whisper at night at 35 dB(A).  Our Germanic manufacturing quality delivers high operational availability.  This has been demonstrated over 40+ years.

  • What is Biogas?

    What is Biogas?

    Biogas, Digester Gas or Anaerobic Digester (AD) Gas typically refers to a mixture of gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Biogas can be produced from regionally available raw materials such as recycled waste and is a renewable energy source and in many cases exerts a very small carbon footprint.

    Biogas is produced by anaerobic digestion with anaerobic bacteria or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as manure, sewage, municipal waste, green waste, plant material, and crops. It is primarily methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) and may have small amounts of hydrogen sulphide (H2S), moisture and siloxanes.

    The gases methane, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide (CO) can be combusted or oxidized with oxygen. This energy release allows biogas to be used as a fuel; it can be used for any heating purpose, such as cooking. It can also be used in a gas engine to convert the energy in the gas into electricity and heat.

    Biogas plants are very efficient at digesting waste. Any other system will consume energy. Biogas plants produce energy.

    Aside from the ecology the main benefits are the production of biogas and bio-fertilisers.

    Additional benefits: electrical and heat power, bio-methane, savings on capital costs for waste cleaning systems when constructing new facilities.

    Biogas production prevents methane emissions into the atmosphere. Its recovery is the best way to reduce global warming.

    Biogas is practically produced as landfill gas (LFG) or digested gas. A biogas plant is the name often given to an anaerobic digester that treats farm wastes or energy crops. It can be produced using anaerobic digesters. These plants can be fed with energy crops such as maize silage or biodegradable wastes including sewage sludge and food waste. During the process, an air-tight tank transforms biomass waste into methane, producing renewable energy that can be used for heating, electricity, and many other operations that use an internal combustion engine, such as Alfagy, Schmitt, MAN or MWM engines.

    There are two key processes: mesophilic and thermophilic digestion. Read more about the processes by reading our article about it here.What is Biogas?

    Biogas, Digester Gas or Anaerobic Digester (AD) Gas typically refers to a mixture of gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Biogas can be produced from regionally available raw materials such as recycled waste and is a renewable energy source and in many cases exerts a very small carbon footprint.

    Biogas is produced by anaerobic digestion with anaerobic bacteria or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as manure, sewage, municipal waste, green waste, plant material, and crops. It is primarily methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) and may have small amounts of hydrogen sulphide (H2S), moisture and siloxanes.

    The gases methane, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide (CO) can be combusted or oxidized with oxygen. This energy release allows biogas to be used as a fuel; it can be used for any heating purpose, such as cooking. It can also be used in a gas engine to convert the energy in the gas into electricity and heat.

    Biogas plants are very efficient at digesting waste. Any other system will consume energy. Biogas plants produce energy.

    Aside from the ecology the main benefits are the production of biogas and bio-fertilisers.

    Additional benefits: electrical and heat power, bio-methane, savings on capital costs for waste cleaning systems when constructing new facilities.

    Biogas production prevents methane emissions into the atmosphere. Its recovery is the best way to reduce global warming.

    Biogas is practically produced as landfill gas (LFG) or digested gas. A biogas plant is the name often given to an anaerobic digester that treats farm wastes or energy crops. It can be produced using anaerobic digesters. These plants can be fed with energy crops such as maize silage or biodegradable wastes including sewage sludge and food waste. During the process, an air-tight tank transforms biomass waste into methane, producing renewable energy that can be used for heating, electricity, and many other operations that use an internal combustion engine, such as Alfagy, Schmitt, MAN or MWM engines.

    There are two key processes: mesophilic and thermophilic digestion. Read more about the processes by reading our article about it here.