Infeed compressor units: Feeding bio-methane into the natural gas grid
Bio-methane is supplied into a natural gas grid providing an assurance of good supply with blanket coverage and guaranteed consumption of bio-methane. BAUER offers proven technology to feed "bio-methane" biogas treated to natural gas quality into different types of natural gas grid at pressure stages starting from PN 10, 10 barg operating pressure.
CS 23 – CS 52 series for bio-methane infeed
This series is characterised in particular by its variable output pressure which can be adapted to a given grid pressure.
The typical scope of delivery of an infeed compressor unit essentially comprises the compressor, its electrical control system and the requisite high-pressure system.
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Infeed (principle drawing)
The BAUER compressor blocks have been designed specifically for CNG applications. Exceeding the requirements of all international safety standards, they are characterised by their high energy efficiency and reliability under the most demanding conditions. Read more
High-pressure gas treatment system
The high-pressure gas treatment system (high-pressure filter) is installed downstream of the compressor on the pressure side. Its primary function is to effectively remove excess moisture and possible oil deposits from the natural gas. Read more
Sound insulation and weather protection
The entire unit is integrated inside a housing made from concrete or steel for sound insulation and weather protection.
This provides the best possible protection against the most extreme ambient conditions and, thanks to the use of air handling units or heating systems, can be used in temperature ranges of ±55°C.
Tailored to meet your individual needs, our housings can be fitted with additional important options such as protection against sandstorms.
During technical parts approval testing in the factory prior to delivery, the TÜV carries out comprehensive pressure and safety testing as well as testing the electrical equipment.
Due to the large variance of the performance data required for bio-methane projects of this type we request that you direct any queries directly to us if you are interested.