Labbe, your boilermaker at the service of biogas
The biogas sector is growing rapidly due to its potential as a renewable energy source and its ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the management of organic waste.
Thus, biogas is a sector in which the company Labbe Process Equipment operates. We manufacture and design stainless steel and nickel alloy equipment. In addition, with our integrated design office, we meet your industrial needs such as:
– Equipment sizing
– Equipment manufacturing
– Material expertise
– Technical audits
Furthermore, our 15,000 m² industrial boilermaking workshop allows us to guarantee manufacturing without any sub-contracting. In fact, we internally control all phases of the manufacturing process.
Also, the company Labbe Process Equipment has held the ISO 9001 certification since 1993 and follows PED 2014/68/EU regulations.
With 70 years of experience serving industries, we naturally position ourselves as experts in the design and manufacture of process equipment.
Labbe Process Equipment is proud to offer a complete range of process equipment for the biogas sector. Our team of experts can design and manufacture equipment for the purification of biogas and CO2 purification process:
• absorption columns
• cryogenic distillation columns
• biogas purifiers
• heat exchangers
• washing and degassing columns
The biogas sector encompasses activities related to the production, processing, distribution, and use of gas produced from decomposing organic materials such as agricultural waste, food waste, and animal waste. Biogas is primarily composed of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) and can be used as a renewable energy source to produce electricity, heat, or fuel. Processing organic waste to produce biogas also reduces greenhouse gas emissions and limits the need for landfills.
Biogas is produced from decomposing organic materials by microorganisms in a process called methanization. Methanization can occur naturally in landfills or be stimulated by controlled conditions in waste treatment facilities called anaerobic digesters. Anaerobic digesters can be used to process a variety of organic materials, including agricultural waste, food waste, animal waste, and wastewater.
Once produced, biogas can be purified to remove impurities such as water and organic contaminants before being used as an energy source. It can also be used to produce bio-GNV, a substitute fuel for motor vehicles.
Biogas is a renewable energy source that can contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change. It can also help reduce the need for landfills and improve the management of organic waste.