[Gasification] Manure Gasifier in Colorado

Arnt Karlsen arnt at c2i.net
Thu Jan 20 06:30:01 CST 2011

On Thu, 20 Jan 2011 10:11:55 +0100, Li wrote in message 
<4D37FC5B.9030904 at sol3d.com>:

> Hi list members,
> Concerning manure, I was contacted by a farmer recently who wanted to 
> treat his chicken manure.
> He have chicken manure (only manure, no bed material) with a moiture
> of 13%m (drying is done directly by the heat given by chicken...it
> seems that this heat will be lost if it is not used to dry chicken
> manure).
> This manure can not be used in a biogas plant due to its low moisture 
> content.

..can do, works nicely in my gasifier, I'd probably like it 
compacted into about 25mm diameter by 25mm tall pucks.

> Actually, in France, manure gasification or incineration should meet
> the requirement of MSW incineration.
> I am looking for manure thermal treaters, but it seems that though
> some companies claimed on their website that their technologies could
> gasify or burn manure, when I contact them, they say they are not
> focus on this issue.
> Li

..where in France?  I can jam all my stuff into 4 or 5 
20' freight containers and come down and make electricity 
from that chicken poo.

..med vennlig hilsen = with Kind Regards from Arnt Karlsen
...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
  Scenarios always come in sets of three: 
  best case, worst case, and just in case.

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