sewage gas


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sewer gas

A mixture of gases, odors, and vapors found in a sewer; not of definite chemical composition; may include poisonous and combustible gases.
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The primary differences in construction between engines operating on gasoline, natural or manufactured gas, and those using sewage gas are the use of a different compression ratio and carburetor equipment.
Gas engines operating on sewage gas are furnished by Waukesha Engine Div., Dresser Industries, Inc.
30.00 m, - gutters vkb and nkb, - digester equipment, stirrer, gas dome, piping, - sewage gas system, gravel and ceramic filters, condensate separators, - combined heat and power plant, micro gas turbine 30 kw electric, - machine sludge dewatering, screw press 150 kg ts / h, - co-substrate storage and dosing station, - stainless steel piping with fittings, - switching and control systems for the machines, - dismantling work, - commissioning, - documentations.
The power will come from sources such as wind farms, hydro-electric stations, harnessing sewage gas and using biomass material.
The deal, struck with electricity supplier npower, means that over 500 Northumberland County Council-owned buildings will be powered by green energy from sources such as wind farms, hydro-electric stations, harnessing sewage gas and using biomass material.
drinking water, sewage gas and / or district heating are not provided for the container plant.
The company's CHP power plants guarantee extreme high energy efficiency, generated from a variety of gaseous fuels (natural gas, biogas, landfill gas, sewage gas, and other specialty gas fuels.
The deal, struck with electricity suppliers npower, means that more than 500 council-owned buildings will be powered by energy from such as wind farms, hydro-electric stations, sewage gas and biomass material.
Gas engines operating on sewage gas are furnished by Waukesha Motor Co.; White Engines, Inc.