The Interra Global Vacuum Adsorption Vessel, or VAV, is a mobile bulk media vessel designed for H2S removal with FerroSorp H2S removal media. Units are portable and can be placed directly on dirt or gravel at a site. Deployment is rapid, and using a VAV is as easy as plug-and-play. VAVs are designed for gas to flow evenly through the entire bed and fully utilize the media.
Biogas containing H2S is problematic for pretreatment and upgrading equipment, requiring the use of high-spec materials, specialized coatings, shortened maintenance intervals, and a higher probability of premature failure. So why not take out the H2S first? With the VAV and FerroSorp, treating hydrogen sulfide at the source is easy and cost effective.
The renewable natural gas (RNG) energy market is growing exponentially in the United States and Canada. As a result, numerous new dairy digesters are being built to extract methane from dairy manure and converting it into usable natural gas. This process helps capture methane from manure before it decomposes naturally and detrimentally enters the atmosphere. […]
The gaseous compound, hydrogen sulfide (written as H2S), is a hazardous byproduct of many biological and industrial processes including the creation of biogas. It’s usually critical to separate the H2S gas from desirable or less hazardous gasses before they can be further refined. This is not, however, a simple matter. Fortunately, modern techniques are making […]