- Organic waste
- Corn/grass silage, grass clippings
- Horse, cow, and poultry manure
- Slaughterhouse waste
- Packaged food
- Sugar beets
Flexible tools inside the machine produce a homogeneous substrate that lead to faster gas formation, shorter fermentation time, and higher gas yield overall in the fermenter. The new Bio-QZ generation is now available in a modern, compact, and, at the same time, stable design in sizes 900 mm, 1200 mm, and 1600 mm. The main focus was to improve ease of maintenance.
ANDRITZ MeWa offers the complete process chain, from supply of the input material, to its disintegration, to feeding it to the fermenter. The individual process stages can be controlled through a common interface or included in the plant’s overall electronic control system. Existing biogas plants can also be upgraded easily with a Bio-QZ for more efficient use of gas potential.