Biogas purification is a procedure in biogas engineering, so we can get high-purity methane, which will be more convenient and healthy for our use. Biogas purification technology mainly comes from natural gas and synthetic ammonia conversion gas decarbonization technology. Since the amount of biogas is far less than that of natural gas or synthetic ammonia conversion gas, miniaturization and energy saving should be paid attention to when selecting decarbonization technology. So what factors are related to its economic benefits?
1. It is related to the methane content of feed gas and finished product.
Untreated biogas has high methane content and low purification cost. This is mainly due to the increase of energy production, and the total cost is related to higher energy level. The cost can be reduced by improving efficiency (reducing energy consumption per unit output) and using raw biogas with high calorific value to reduce actual energy consumption.
2. Operability and rated load.
The rated operating load of biogas purification depends not only on the high stability of the purification station itself, but also on the reliability of the original biogas flow and subsequent devices (such as charging station and gas filling station).
3. The equipment runs well.
Under the condition of rated load and sufficient feed gas, the equipment can operate normally and continuously, which is the high-energy available standard of biogas purification station. Fast response time is very important, so it is very important for technology suppliers to provide good network services. In addition, remote monitoring can also be used. When the operation is interrupted, technicians can directly find the fault and take necessary remedial measures immediately according to the fault type to avoid time delay. There is no need for long-distance service technicians to solve the problem on site.
In recent years, biogas purification is the main trend of new energy development. It can reduce energy consumption, improve recovery rate, reduce methane emission, reduce product gas pressure, reduce power consumption, and promote the rapid development of new energy applications.