Adding value by extracting bio fibres – magically green products
After generating energy in the biogas plant and producing fertiliser in the FaserPlus plant, the remaining lignocellulosic fibres are processed into sustainable Magaverde® bio fibre products from plant residues.
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The catalysts developed by GNS are used for the targeted reaction control of thermal and thermochemical processes. This increases the efficiency of the conversion and reduces environmental pollution caused by emissions and waste materials. In particular, we have specialised in the use of inexpensive and heavy metal-free consumable catalysts.
To make the potential of biomass gasification for decentralised heat and power generation more usable on the market, the advantages through higher efficiencies and lower emissions must be brought to bear. By catalytic reaction control, we can achieve a reduction in tar formation and lower the threshold temperature as well as an acceleration of the gasification reactions in biomass gasification. The result is the energetically optimal utilisation of the chemical energy of the biomass with reduced partial combustion and utilisation of internal heat sources (partial allothermal process control).
Efficiency through GNS catalysis
The Grillspeed catalyst is a product of our many years of experience with catalysts in thermochemical processes. Its effect has been proven in numerous scientific studies and tested in practice in the B2B sector.
The mineral-based catalyst Grillspeed promotes a fast and even glowing of the charcoal with minimised smoke development. After lighting, the barbecue can be started much sooner. The food is cooked faster and more evenly. This leads to a particularly good grilling result. The catalyst Grillspeed is non-toxic and not harmful to the environment. We also offer complete use and application as a licence.
Fermentation tests to demonstrate the digestion effect in treated and untreated fermentation residues.
Study to ensure the proper disposal of old medicines in the Free State of Saxony.
Studies on the separation of a phosphorus-rich solid organic fertilizer from digestate.
Analysis and studies on wastewater treatment from paper production.
Assessment of a pyrolysis of plastic waste and a waste oil processing to fuels
Emission evaluation of a biorefinery plant for waste fermentation with total treatment of the fermentation residues
Utilization test of by-products of a waste fermentation plant
Preliminary planning for the energetic use of solid digestate from a waste fermentation plant
Laboratory testing and suitability testing of solid digestate as fuel
Recording, analysis and classification of waste according to waste code numbers and waste quantities for disposal during the refurbishment of a high-rise building
Consulting in the selection, technical and economic evaluation as well as planning of plants for the treatment of fermentation residues on behalf of private clients
Investigation of by-products with regard to their usability
Revision of waste profiles for the information portal for waste assessment IPA on behalf of the federal government and the federal states, respectively
Feasibility study for sludge water treatment and development of a technical solution concept
Engineering and support for the conversion, commissioning and optimization of a wood gasification plant with efficiency increase through GNS catalysis.
Fermentation tests to investigate the effects of co-fermentation of a residue from a landfill leachate treatment with digested sludge, flocculation and post-digestion sludge treatment
Fermentation tests to investigate the effect of a lignin digestion preparation Studies on the separation of phosphorus from fermentation residues
Laboratory tests for the removal of nutrients from fermentation residues
Process engineering consulting for the removal of nutrients from fermentation residues
The individual planning concept was drawn up in 2007, taking into account the special features on site and using existing tanks and aggregates. The technical implementation was carried out by the plant operator himself. The large-scale functionality of the process was demonstrated in practical operation at the fermentation residue treatment plant, which operates in fully automatic mode. Since 2011, long-term experience with the use of a lot of poultry manure with recycling of the N-reduced fermentation residues. 2016 Testing of the FaserPlus process for co-treatment of biogas fibers (separation after stripping). Location: Ottersberg near Bremen, Client/Partner: BENAS-Biogasanlage GmbH
Laboratory studies on the reduction of the formation of salt crusts and the reduction of salt loads in the percolate of a biological waste treatment plant
Process engineering advice to reduce the formation of salt crusts and the reduction of salt loads in the percolate of a biological waste treatment plant
Efficiency increase through GNS catalysis, for the use of other biomasses and for catalytic engine exhaust gas purification
Erstellung eines Technologieüberblicks "General Assessment of Advanced Conversion Technologies by Gasification / Pyrolysis"
Chemical-technical assessment of thermochemical waste treatment plants with balancing and evaluation of emissions
Chemical-technical assessment and scientific-technical support of a process for fuel production from waste plastics
Collection of hazardous waste analysis data with additions to the ABANDA waste analysis database and classification verification
Efficiency increase of gas generation from wood by GNS catalysis and tests for catalytic engine exhaust gas purification
After removal of the ammonium nitrogen, 70% of the liquid fermentation residues are returned to the biogas plant. The high proportion of nitrogen that enters the biogas plant with the poultry manure can thus be almost completely removed from the process and converted to mineral fertilizers. By recovering heat from the digestate treatment, the neighboring chicken fattening farm can also be supplied with heat. Location: Saxony-Anhalt, Röblingen am See, Plant manufacturer: AIM Technical Solutions GmbH, Timelkam (A)
Determination and evaluation of potentials of straw-based biomass for a plant location in Germany
Testing and characterization of alternative biofuels for the production and use of straw briquettes in biomass boilers
Engineering for the construction of the GNS digestate treatment plant 2011 for 5.5 to 12.6 t/h throughput, general contractor AIM Technical Solutions GmbH, Austria
Engineering for construction of GNS digestate treatment plant in 2008 for 10 to 25 t/h throughput, expansion in 2011, conversion to FiberPlus process in 2016