Gas analysis after the fermentation process

In order to record the sample gas components after fermentation, the concentrations of CH4, H2S (after technical clarification), O2, and CO2 are determined. This is necessary in order to determine the gas composition and therefore the quality of the fermentation. For this purpose, SICK offers the GMS800 modular gas analyzer, which is integrated into a measuring cabinet. Gas sampling for measurement is done extractively. Flame arresters at the sample gas inlet and outlet protect the plant against explosions. The GM700 with laser technology is ideal for monitoring low concentrations of NH3 of between 3 and 4 mg/Nm3 behind the biofilter.

  • Following product families can be used
    Efficient process analysis – even under difficult conditions
    • High selectivity due to high spectral resolution
    • Short response times
    • No calibration required
    • No moving parts: minimal wear and tear
    • No gas sampling or conditioning required
    • Overpressure encapsulated design for ATEX Zone 2
    The flexible analyzer system for process- and emission-measurement applications
    • Analyzers and measured parameters can be retrofitted at any time
    • Available in a standard size or as a space-saving compact version
    • Meets the requirements for an automated measurement system (AMS) according to EU standards
    • Sample gas bypass for very short response times
    Tailor-made gas analysis for process and emission monitoring
    • 6 different analyzer modules: DEFOR (NDUV, UVRAS), MULTOR (NDIR), OXOR-E (electrochemical O2), OXOR-P (paramagnetic O2), THERMOR (TC), and UNOR (NDIR)
    • 4 different types of enclosures
    • Gas module with sample gas pump and/or control sensors
    • New enclosure type for easy and quick integration in analyzer systems
    • Remote diagnosis via Ethernet with SOPAS ET software