The EUCO® Titan System
The EUCO Titan plant system is designed for large industrial-scale applications. Multiple COCCUS® complete-mix tanks are usually combined with EUCO® plug-flow technology to process large amounts of feedstock with a higher solids content. Pairing these technologies allows the system flexibility to accept a wide range of solid and/or liquid materials from various industrial and municipal sources.
Systems can be tailored to suit the unique attributes of an individual waste stream, maximizing treatment efficiency and biogas output.
The EUCO® Titan system can be implemented as a waste treatment solution; treating waste onsite is a more cost-effective solution than hauling it away by avoiding transportation costs.
There are a number of ways to integrate EUCO® Titan into an existing process flow, such as a waste treatment operation. Additional systems can be connected to provide effluent storage, feedstock separation and tanks for supplementary feedstock. Creating renewable fuel, electricity, or heat helps make an operation energy independent and protects from fluctuating energy prices.
This system has the potential to co-digest waste from industries including but not limited to:
- Municipal waste water treatment applications, including sludge and biosolids
- Beverage industry, including breweries and wineries
- Food processors, including vegetable and meat processors and bakeries
Safety and Plant Monitoring
All BIOFerm™ biogas systems are constructed with the highest degree of safety in mind. Standard safety installments include: fire and explosion protection, pollution control, ventilation, biofilters, noise prevention, ground water certification, and lightning deterrents.
All functions of the plant are monitored through the automated plant control system. The software continuously keeps a log of all data points and displays an easy-to-read plant schematic. This allows the operator to oversee the plant operation, biogas production and possible malfunctions.
Continuous monitoring of conditions inside the digesters is an integral safety measure. By checking and evaluating aspects such as methane, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide levels, a plant operator is instantly alerted if a problem arises. Plants can be shut down via automated controls so that any irregularity can be fixed.