Biogas dehumidification system
Protecting installations Energy optimisation Improved profitability
Flow rate of conditioned biogas:
up to 6 000 Nm3/h
Biogas efficient waste recovery
The DRYPACK system works in three steps: - Dehumidification of the biogas in an exchanger supplied by a cooled water loop via a chiller. - Separation and draining of the condensed water vapour. This step allows the absolute humidity to be reduced. - Warming via a post-heater or economiser. This step (optional) allows the relative humidity to be reduced.
When produced, biogas contains many impurities and has a high moisture content. This vapour reduces energy efficiency and compromises the service life of the recovery systems, in particular the motor and any purification equipment.
The DRYPACK system is available in 3 versions: DRYPACK ONE comprises 8 predefined models configured to suit the most common ratings for agricultural installations. All components are assembled on a frame, ready to be connected. DRYPACK FLEX is an extension of DRYPACK ONE which offers an increased flow capacity combined with a range of options. DRYPACK FLEX can be fine-tuned to your requirements. Depending on the size, the components are supplied fully or partially assembled on a frame, ready to be connected. DRYPACK PLUS is an offer comprising components supplied separately, yet fully optimised to work together. Each component is selected in all available sizes for the CIAT exchanger and chiller ranges. Using CIAT's calculation tools, your system is guaranteed to be perfectly uniform and balanced. DRYPACK ONE /DRYPACK FLEX /DRYPACK PLUS are designed to be installed outdoors. Min/max temperature : -10/+ 46°C.
STANDARDS AND DIRECTIVES
2014/68/UE - Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) (notified body 0060). NF EN 1127-1 – Explosion Prevention and Protection.
2006/42/EC - Machinery Directive. 2014/30/UE - Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive.
HEAT PUMPS - AIR CONDITIONING - REFRIGERATION - AIR HANDLING - HEAT EXCHANGE - NA 17.01 A