Netzsch Pumps & Systems, part of Germany’s Netzsch Group, claims to offer biogas plant operators higher gas yield and efficient use of substrates using the company’s NEMO® B.MaxR mixing pump.
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As the core element of a biogas plant, substrate feeding is decisive in terms of achieving a biologically stable methane production process. According to Netzsch, the B.MaxR mixing pump offers maximum homogenization and continuous pressure-stable, smooth and low-pulsation conveyance of biosubstrates – as well as a high commitment to customer friendliness and maintainability too.
NETZSCH designers have achieved compact dimensioning, low overall weight and constant shaft height, irrespective of the design and size of the drive, by flanging the drive directly to the pump's lantern. The system can be adjusted to the dosage unit in each case through the various hopper lengths offered. Numerous inspection openings in the hopper and compression chamber of the B.MaxR make it easier for operators to carry out inspection and maintenance.
The B.MaxR is well suited to fermented, renewable raw materials, macerated biological waste, food waste and sugar beet, co-substrates, whole plant, maize and grass silage, solid manure, dry chicken manure and liquid manure.