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Airco Process Technology – Obviously Green

November 15-18, 2022

Soon we return to Germany, this time Hannover, where we are ready to meet everyone interested in great technologies for Biogas Upgrading, reduced methane slip, LNG/LBG solutions, and carbon capture. Come by in Halle 25 booth G33!

October 19-20, 2022

Utilising the CO2 value stream from biogas is a very hot and current topic. At this event, we will share our knowledge and thought on what to consider and how to do this most efficiently. We look forward to meeting you in Copenhagen. 

October 19-20, 2022

You will also meet us in Bremen in the middle of October, during the Carbon Capture Technology Expo. We have technologies ready to both capture the CO2 but also to purify it to either food-grade or industrial grade – as to your inquiries

June 2022

Soon our first water-based biogas upgrading plant is ready to be sent off to the customer. This technology is unique as the methane slip will be below 0,1%. 

June 2022

Going to World Biogas Expo, Birmingham, UK, June 15-16. If you are looking for future technologies for biogas upgrading, CO liquefaction, carbon capture, or biomethane polisher – pass by our Booth No. E407.

We look forward to meeting you soon!

Turn your methane slip into profit

Airco SlipRec maximizes recovery of the biomethane and hence minimizes the critical methane slip. Where existing water scrubber solutions today register a methane slip of up to 3%, the Airco SlipRec technology ensures a loss below 0,1%, leading significantly more methane into the gas grid instead of the atmosphere.

Rasmus Find, the Lead Process Engineer, is the technical architect and he explains: “Depending on which time perspective you are looking at, the potential Global Warming Potential (GWP) of methane is 20 to 120 times higher than that of CO2, and it is crucial to reduce methane emission from the upgrading plants and utilize the biomethane in the best possible way.

The current alternative to minimize the environmental impact from methane emission is to burn the methane, which is not sustainable,” concludes Rasmus Find.

Contact us to learn more.

Powered by biogas

Recently we finally received our new service vehicle and it is of course powered by biogas. We are ready to hit the road in our obviously green car.