What is the future of small scale anaerobic digestion


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What is the future of small scale anaerobic digestion


What is the future of small scale anaerobic digestion

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On biodiesel from used cooking oil and plant seeds.


Farm based mini biodiesel plant.

We need to create a grassroot industry that can produce essential products like fuel. This will help the farmers livelihood. Green technology that will save the planet, too.

The solution must be micro, affordable, practical, and user friendly. We specifically have that kind of technology attributes. See link below:

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Farm-Based BioDiesel Manufacturing


A) BACKGROUND

Transesterification (alcoholysis) of vegetable oils means to replace the heavy glycerol for a lighter alcohol. It then results in FATTY ACID ALCOHOL ESTERS, (commonly known as “BIODIESEL”), and crude GLYCEROL.

B) REACTOR DESCRIPTION

The BD2 reactor is a single stainless steel vessel, pressurized, electrically heated and isolated batch unit, capable of either base, or base/base processes for transesterifying any vegetable oil, virgin or wasted one, with up to 7% acidity.

The vessel processes 63.5 gallon (240 liters) of vegetable oil/alcohol mix, delivering on average 53 gallon (200 liters) of Biodiesel and 10.5 gallon (40 liters) of glycerol, per batch, in approximately 11 hours.

The plant is skid mounted, self-contained, and can be powered by either 380V/50hz or 480 V/60hz; other voltages are available.

Oilless compressed air (10 psi) is provided by an innovative SA-T pendular oilless compressor.

Vegetable oil and alcohol are pumped through ball valves and visual level. The alkaline catalyst is pre-measured and then added to the alcohol. Proportions can be modified by the operator to fit different feedstocks. The strong and fast mixing is performed by one on-line mixer and two pumps.

Operator pre-set  temperature and pressure values are kept automatically. Instruments, lights, fail-safe visual and sound alarms are incorporated into the control panel.

A pressure relief valve and a vent manifold allow outside venting to a service line, complying with both ambient and work safety requirements.

Metal bodied, spherical valves, are used throughout.

C) BRIEF BD2 MODULE’s PROCESS DESCRIPTION

The minimum M4 module includes one BD2-D flash dryer and one BD2 processor.

The dryer has identical body, assembly and size than the reactor, but includes one venturi type vacuum pump on top.

The previously well settled, cleaned and filtered oil, is pumped into the dryer, which heats and dehydrate it by boiling the bonded water at relative low temperature under limited vacuum.

At the BD2 processor, the alcohol is pumped into the vessel and the mixing starts with the vent valve opened. The catalyst is first pre-measured by titration of the feedstock, and then poured into the vessel to mix.

The hot vegetable oil is then pumped from the BD2-D dryer into the reactor; the reactor’s pipe heaters (belt type) turned on, and finally the vent valve closed.

The mixing continues under selected conditions of temperature and pressure during a stated period. Once finished, the mixture settles under pressure, until the separation of the glycerol and the liquid alcoholester occurs.

The resulting glycerol is first extracted applying air pressure, and the remaining Biodiesel is pushed through a 5 microns filter before being stored.

* Total period process is around 11 h, then 2 batches per day can be done in the BD2 reactor

* More production can be reached by adding external pressurized settling tanks

-The methylester produced can reach the ASTM and EN 14214 standards.

E)  BD2 REACTOR SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions:                                   – 29 x 34 x 73 in. (730 x 860 x 1845mm)

Weight                                           – 250 lbs. (125 kg)

Total volume                                   – 72.5 gallon (275 liter)

BD production                                 – 53 gallon (200 liter)

Glycerol production                         – 9/10.5 gallon (36/40 liter)

Centrifugal mixer pump                   – 1 HP motor, shield against flame

Electrical pipe’s surface heaters       – 4.5 kW

Module’s energy consumption per liter     – 50/60 Wh per liter

Working Compressed air pressure     – 15 PSI (1 bar)

**Specifications may change without notice.

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Jess C. Gregorio

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BACKYARD BIODIESEL BD2-F FILTER FOR METHYLESTER CLEANING


1. General Description

To assure the complete extraction of the remaining free glycerol particles (in case of short time settling), the biodiesel is forced through a rotating (6-7000 rpm) ejector.

This process separates from the liquid any particle over 0.5 micron size. Please note that the commercial cellulose fuel filters are designed to keep 15-20 micron particles.

NOTE: this filter also keeps off the sterol-glucoside particles(waxes core)

2. Main Process steps

• charge of 200 L of hot methylester from the settling tank

• open the “filter” valve

• turn ON the high pressure pump up to reach 5-6 bar in the manometer. Regulate the flow to 10 L/min.

• keep circulation during 20 minutes

• open the “extraction” valve to send the filtered liquid to the storage tank

** all the particles will be kept into the cover of the filter, which is cleaned by hand

OPTIONAL:

“dry washing”  the methylester

● charge 200 L of hot methylester from the settling tank

● add 1-2% of powder Magnesol type

● open the “circulation” valve and turn ON the  pump for mixing

● keep circulation during 20 minutes. Turn OFF the pump and close “circulation” valve

● Attach and EXTERNAL gross filtering device for 15-25 microns

● Open the “extraction” valve and turn ON the pressure pump to start the cleaning process. The output of the external filter should be connected to the inlet of the vessel to perform the  0.5 micron filtering under pressure (item 2.)

Technical description

Widht              800 mm

Depth              860 mm

Hight           1845 mm

Weight            125 kg

Mixing high pressure Pump  1/2 hp, three-phase 3×380-50Hz or 3x480V-60hz        

Maximum volume                       275 L

Capacity process                 600 L/h

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BD4-MG module to produce METHANOL from the crude GLYCEROL


BD4-MG module to produce METHANOL from the crude GLYCEROL

1. Main process description

The raw glycerol from the transesterification reaction of oils is treated with pure hydrogen in order to get these products:

– dry methanol, 90-95% purity

– free fatty acids

– polyglycols

** The % of each product depends on the composition of the glycerol feedstock

** FFA’s and Methanol can be re-used in the same biodiesel manufacturing, and the polyglycols may be sold to the chemical industry, or burnt as fuel .

2. Steps of the process

• load of 500 L (125 gal) of raw glycerol, weight around 600 kg (1200 lb)

• acid neutralization

• FFA’s extraction (+/- 25%), keeping the 80% purified glycerin

• hidrogenolysis of the glycerin under controlled temperature and vacuum

• extraction of the gaseous methanol and water cooled condensing (+/- 40%)

• extraction of the glycols (+/- 35%)

3. Production capacity

The BD4-MG module can process up to 1000 kg (2000 lb) of raw glycerol along of 24 h work.

It will produce around of 400 kg (800 lb) of methanol, 250 kg (500 lb) of FFA’s and 350 kg (700 lb) of glycols.

** See attached the flow chart of the process and the scope included.

The operation can be done by one non skilled people per shift

**  INPUTS:

– raw glycerol

– energy: 70 Wh/kg glicerol

– acid: 1 a 2,5% in volume

– catalizer: 0,01% per kg

– water: 0,4 L/kg

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Affordable Stainless Steel Machinery for Manufacturing BIODIESEL Fuel


– Get the best base reaction yield (98-99%) with our high temperature protocol, which

saves catalizer, methanol and reaction time (reducing the main cost)

– In one single step, it will process any oil or liquid yellow grease with up to 6% FFA

– Washing this biodiesel made from virgin oils is not mandatory. No polluting by-products!

– Liquid lye catalyzer may also be used (in this case, use our sawdust dry washing).

     

The smallest & lightweight  M4 module makes and gravity settles 2 x 200L (2x50gal) of biodiesel per day. It is composed of the following:

1 (one) BD2-D, vacuum flash dryer for full dewatering 100-200 L/h of  veggie oil

1 (one) BD2 pressurized processor, performing the 240 liter batch reaction

1 (one) SAT-1, oil less, air compressor for safety handling the liquids

Designed to be installed in full ventilated rooms, all the biodiesel processors are industrial grade, stainless steel made, with on-line mixer, double pump feeding, belt type electric heaters in pipes, and 3 safety devices.

The optional BD2F vessel is a 0.5 micron filter to keep out the sterol glucosides particles, and delivers the best bio diesel for low temperature use.

The resulting biodiesel can meet ASTM or EN standards (depends on the feedstock used).

Main Benefits:

> driven by one single non-skilled personnel.

> reduced energy consumption: 60 Wh/liter, including the oil dewatering

> liquid lye can be used as catalizer (sawdust dry “washing” must be used in this case)

> gravity settling means no maintenance needed: it exists two mobile parts only

Easy and fast biodiesel quality control by two physical parameters and 2 tests:

* Specific Gravity at 20°C < 0.895 g/cm3

* Kinematic Viscosity at 40°C < 5.5 cSt

* PH > 7 measure, and the “27/3” chemical test

Expandable from 400 to 6000 L/day (1500 gal/day):

Each module can make 15 reactions in 24h. Then, by sending the mixture to external settling tanks (BD2-E type) the vessel becomes free to handle successive reactions. This way, one M40 module may settles up to 6,000 liters/day(1500 gal/day) of high quality biodiesel.

** NOTE: the 8-9h gravity settling time into the pressurized decanters defines the daily production. Each batch reaction, from the oil drying up to the reaction end, takes 60-90 minutes only.

There are available bigger M8/16/24/32/40 modules with the new BD4 reactor with one 400 L/batch BD4 type processor, the M40 module offers a production of 6000 L of biodiesel in 24h (over 1800 T/year) by adding several BD4-E settling tanks.

Manpower Requirements: two operators.

Modular arrangement: several M40 units can be placed in parallel to increase the production. Any of them may simultaneously process a different feedstock each to make high quality biodiesel.

Our supply comes with BD JET Manual, detailing the technology and instructions for easy DIY installation.

To comply with quality control, the scope includes instruments for Specific Gravity & Viscosity measurements.

As an option, we can include the new BD2-F device, for 0.5 micron centrifugal filtering, which will remove any sterol glucosyde particle from the biodiesel.

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