Get more value out of waste by improved decision-making, and by reducing your operating costs. Vaisala CARBOCAP® MGP261 Multigas Probe for Methane, Carbon Dioxide and Humidity helps in improving your process and in protecting the Combined Heat and Power (CHP) engine. The MGP261 probe is compact in size, Ex certified, and can be installed directly into the gas line without the need for sample treatment.
The measurement probe is suitable for applications such as anaerobic digestion of landfill, industrial and municipal waste, wastewater treatment, CHP engine monitoring, as well as active carbon filter monitoring.
Increase profits through optimizing the process: the compact MGP261 probe can simultaneously measure all three main biogas components — methane, carbon dioxide, and humidity — giving you a full picture of the biogas quality.
Reduce CHP engine maintenance and downtime through reliable humidity control.
Accurate and reliable Ex certified measurement directly in the process pipeline; easy to install and fits into any system.
The groundbreaking Vaisala MGP261 biogas instrument has been awarded as Prize Winner in the category of Circular economy and carbon neutrality innovations of the global Quality Innovation Awards competition.
Danish researchers have demonstrated that it is possible to remove most of the carbon dioxide (CO2) from the emissions of a waste incinerator, and by demonstrating the viability of the process, the researchers believe that they have developed a key technology in the fight against climate change.
For biogas producers, keeping the process stable while making sure that combined heat and power (CHP) engines and active carbon filters work smoothly is just one of the challenges they have to face. In-line humidity measurement can help answer these challenges – and make biogas production more profitable.
在创建或发展沼气厂时，使沼气生产尽快盈利通常是其中一个非常重要的因素。如要获得补贴款项，通常需要热电联产 (CHP) 效率超过特定的值。
Ämmässuo Waste Treatment Centre in Espoo HSY arranges the disposal of municipal waste and landfill processing, as well as the treatment of biowaste for producing biogas and compost. Ämmässuo is the largest waste treatment center in Finland, and among the largest waste treatment centers in Europe.
To drive large-scale adoption of biogas as an energy source, its cost must be brought closer to that of conventional energy. That cannot be achieved without improving the efficiency of biogas plants and optimizing their use of heating and electricity.
An expert panel discussing the ways and the technology towards success - Vaisala’s Antti Heikkilä interviews two other biogas experts.
Watch this on-demand webinar anytime to learn new methods to optimize the process between anaerobic digestion and the combined heat and power engine.
Installing any electrical device in a hazardous location with an explosion risk requires special precautions and procedures – and installing an in situ measurement device into a gas pipeline presents its own specific risks and requirements.