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How to use biogas digester for the home

How to use biogas digester for the home
#Free_Gas #Biogas #MH4_TECH
Marcelo felix : Boa aula o mundo precisa de pessoas assim como vc show muito bom.
Oseghale Engineer : Nice work there! I would like to know. Should the inlet pipe of a digester be covered or should be left open after the slurry (cow dung) has been poured into it?
RazorBlade : Very well done
It would be helpful if you showed us how to refill and maintain the biogas producer
Ryan Francis Calonge : great video! btw sir how much is the pressure (In psi unit) does the digester have?
arturo balcazar sosa : Muy buen trabajo solo que el gas así no está libre de impurezas como el sulfidrico que es.unl dels detonantes de la lluvia ácida uno de los gases de efecto invernadero estaría bien un sistema de filtrado de ese gas como viruta de fierro pero muy buen trabajo amigo

Cooking with Home BioGas

Gardenerd HQ has a new toy - the Home BioGas system that turns kitchen scraps and animal manures into gas for cooking and lighting. Check it out as Christy shares her experience with Home BioGas.

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Kelvin Malunga : It was so exciting watching this... She is absolutely, genuinely happy to share with us. Nice video.
HickoryDickory86 : Just an addition: These biogas digesters also have an attachment that let's you collect the digested slury to use as fertilizer for your garden. However, if you use human, cat, or dog manure, that's not advisable due to the pathogen issue. Humanure, especially, needs to be composted for somewhere between six months to a full year for that not to be an issue.

So while human and pet waste may help with the production of the methane, the trade-off will be not being able to use the fertilizer feature, which is a big loss if you're wanting to be more self-sustaining and grow your own food.
Dr. Wayne Byrd : Awesome!!!!!!!!! So cool that you are doing this here in Los Angeles! I would love to hear more about your experiences with it over time. Thanks for sharing.
Pamela Hondzinski : I just found out this morning about BioGas. I am an organic home gardener and believe chemicals do not belong in our earth, soil, water, gardens, lawns, animals or food. I worry about the EPA rules that were rolled back recently. Glad you are utilizing this and embracing a renewable energy source!
Brendan Adams : I just cooked my first meal using biogas from my Homebiogas system and I absolutely was just as excited as you are in this video! Added bonus was all the veg was from my own garden! Woohoo!!!

A small 7kW biogas plant to produce electricity, heat and biomethane - English subtitles

In spite of its size, a small experimental 7kW plant situated in a Shropshire farm in Britain manages to simultaneously produce electricity, heat and biomethane for the farm's vehicles. Together with the directors of Evergreen Gas, we took a close look at this prototype to understand how it works. Find out more at http://biogaschannel.com
Jesse W : Hi Michael. I’m impressed by your Evergreen biogas to Biomethane setup. I would like to ask if it’s possible to purchase a similar setup with complete Biogas scrubbing, compressor setup and storage storage system.
The target is to have a Biogas upgrade system that processes Biogas generated from Biogas digester that uses large scale Pig farm manure and the feedstock.
Did you build your own compressor and scrubber or did you purchase it ?
Regards,
Jesse
J. Todd Ring : Biogas is extremely positive in terms of the environment, but it is only ethical under certain conditions. It must only be used with manure, food waste or farm waste products as inputs, and should never burn food crops or garbage, nor use crop land or forests for biogas fuel. Secondly, the solid and liquid natural fertilizer produced needs to be returned to the soil, of course. Given these strict use parameters, biogas is a good thing. Break any of these rules, as is the current norm, and biogas is sheer destruction.
Eric Lotze : could you convert the hydogen sulpide into sulphuric acid? I know some coal based syngas "gassworks" did this.
Tiago Maciel : I wonder if you have any estimates on average kWh_biogas/kg_waste from the generator and boiler output logs?
David Outdoors74 : Great Video, I swear im a biogas junkie lol, I have built three small home digesters which i run a small generator. Thanks.

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