GASODRIX™ biogas dryer system
The biogas generated in anaerobic digestion processes is always saturated with water vapor. At mesophilic digester temperatures (around 35°C), the biogas contains about 5% water. During the transfer of the biogas to treatment and/or utilization, the temperature of the biogas will inevitably drop, causing the water vapor to condense and create water droplets within the biogas piping and equipment. This condensation can build up over time to create significant problems within the biogas handling, treatment and utilization systems, including corrosion and blockages.