CPI selects analyser made by ADBA member Geotech


The Centre for Process innovation (CPI) has chosen the AEMS biogas analyser, made by ADBA member Geotech, to provide accurate scientific measurements of gas composition at its test open-access lab and pilot scale facility in Wilton Redcar.

The centre allows organisations of all sizes to de-risk their projects before investing in AD infrastructure. Technology and feedstocks can be tested in a controlled environment and biogas yields compared. The Geotech AEMS biogas analyser enables CPI to accurately measure key data on biogas composition, including methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S).

Commenting on the biogas analyser, Steven Broome, CPI, said:

The analyser has allowed our scientists to quickly and accurately appraise the quality and composition of biogas being produced from novel feedstock and technology combinations. In the right context, this can provide our clients with a key piece of information from both a commercial and scientific perspective.

The AEMS biogas analyser from Geotech is a fixed position automated extraction monitoring system for AD biogas and landfill gas, enabling round-the-clock analysis and monitoring. It offers remote monitoring for CH4, CO2, O2 and H2S and uses robust, reliable, field-proven technology. Used successfully on landfill and AD projects worldwide, including CDM projects and energy generation projects, the Geotech AEMS analyser has also been selected by other anaerobic digestion research facilities for its accuracy, reliability and because it can easily be integrated with onsite control equipment to help maximise project success.

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