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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

ARTI biogas Plant


PVC PIPE 90 mm

PVC PIPE Elbow

Adapter

adapter


brass elbow

biogas stove

arti biogas plant material and tools

brass volve

1000 liter drum

750 liter water drum as gas holder

T



adapter 66 mm

pvc pipe cap

ARTI biogas Plant Material photos 

Material required

  1. 1st 1000 liter Black colored molded plastic tank
  2. 2nd 7500 liter Black colored molded plastic tank
  3. 90 millimeter T one piece PVC
  4. 90 millimeter female adapter 1 piece PVC
  5. 90 millimeter male adapter 2 piece PVC
  6. 90 millimeter cap 1 piece PVC
  7. 2 meter 90 millimeter diameter 1 piece PVC Pipe
  8. Elbow 63 millimeter 1 piece
  9. 60 millimeter male adapter 2 piece PVC
  10. 60 millimeter check nut 1 piece PVC
  11. 63 millimeter PVC pipe 90 centimeter long
  12. 12.5 PVC mail adapter 1 piece
  13. 12.5 Millimeter iron elbow
  14. Epoxy risen and hardener
  15. PVC cement Solution
  16. Biogas Stove
  17. PVC valve 50 millimeter dia
  18. And tools
  19. 90 millimeter barrel piece
  20. 63 millimeter barrel piece
  21. 50  millimeter barrel piece
  22. 12.5 millimeter barrel piece
watch video of biogas plant construction
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Saturday, December 1, 2012

biogas plant digester diagram  file photo

To offset the power crisis, a five kilo watt biogas plant project has been inaugurated at Ottanatham, a model village of Tuticorin district. The Project Director of District Rural Development Agency, J. Bellah, inaugurated the project work at a cost of Rs. 3.60 lakh to tap energy resources on Saturday. Biogas, a non-conventional source of energy, has become the mainstay of development at the village, which remains an exemplary to other villages in terms of sanitation maintenance and green revolution. After tapping this sort of renewable energy resource from a public sanitation complex for women, besides drainage wastes, animal wastes and food wastes, 40 lights could be operated for streets and a park being maintained with community participation. While interacting with the villagers, she appealed them to execute waste management in a systematic manner to turn wastes into sustainable energy. Collector Ashish Kumar accorded administrative sanction to enhance rural development with necessary facilities through National Bharat Abhiyan scheme at the village with 2, 153 people. The project is expected to be completed in a month. Relying on the sanitation complex with ten toilets being maintained by ‘Kalapana Chawla’ women self help group, K. Vijayapandian, panchayat president, said the new project would be a significant step. “Ottanatham village has bagged ‘Uthamar Gandhi Award’ for the best administration during 2009 -10 and bagged ‘Nirmal Purashkar Award’ for total sanitation in 2008 -09. The same trend would be maintained to achieve more here,” he said. Twenty-seven self help group members at the village would be involved in monitoring the waste management, V. Subbaraman, Vice President, said. Biogas would be burnt to generate green and clean energy. The biogas yield would be increased as more and more organic waste accumulated, K. Selvaraj, Proprietor, Grace Line Bio Energy, the service provider, said. Many such projects had been emerging in industrial units including seafood industry constantly relying on generation of wastes, he said. T. Subramania Perumal, Biogas Technician, DRDA, S. Subbulakshmi, Block Development Officer and J. Rajasekar, Deputy Block Development Officer attended.
Source:http://www.thehindu.com

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The compact biogas plant



The compact biogas plant many rural household used biogas as cooking food  the tradition of domestic biogas plant require a daily input of forty kilograms of dung mixed about forty litter of water it takes about forty days for the dung to start producing biogas in order to accommodate the daily input of forty kilo gram dung and retaining it  in to plant for forty days requires of plant having of very large capacity up about four cubic meters because of the large size such a plant requires a lot of space and it  cost also high because of the moving populations of cattle the availability of animal manure has declined causing many of the existing biogas plants stop operation.


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Arti biogas plant

Appropriate rural of technology institute (arti) has developed new compact biogas system which is very easy to use. This biogas plant’s works on starchy sugary cellulose or fatty substances. One can use non vegetable oil seeds like pongamian, neem, caster, damaged or override fruits, grains, flour mill wastes, fruits of vaecas non animal risen of banana peel, or any other substance related feedstock, the feedstock must be closed grand and applying to the biogas plant. After mixing it with  the about five to ten liters of water about one to one in half kilo gram of starchy material would yield sufficient gas to cook the meal is about four to five persons the amount of gas generated everyday depends upon the capacity of the fermenter or bio gas digester and gas holder  fermenter capacity
Five hundred litters gas holder capacity four hundred available gas tow hundred and fifty liters duration of burning one hour
Digester capacity one thousand litters’ gas holder capacity seven hundred fifty litters available gas 700 litter and duration of burning two hours
Digester capacity two thousand five hundred letters
Gas holder capacity two thousand litters
Available gas one thousand seven hundred and fifty litters and duration of burning five hours
There are various ways which this biogas plants can be fabricated this arti biogas plant has been fabricated that the help of tow plastic tanks this one has a cement concrete tank has the fermenter or digester and the plastic tank has a gas holder.
This third model tank has tank made by sheet metals. Although the fermenter tank made of different materials the gas hold tank always made of plastic.

How to make a Biogas plant digester by 1000 litter of water tank and gas holder tank 750 litter


Video of The compact biogas plant part one watch ARTI Biogas Plant anaerobic digester Introduction Part one



Material required

  1. 1st 1000 litter Black colored molded plastic tank
  2. 2nd 7500 litter Black colored molded plastic tank
  3. 90 millimeter T one piece PVC
  4. 90 millimeter female adapter 1 piece PVC
  5. 90 millimeter male adapter 2 piece PVC
  6. 90 millimeter cap 1 piece PVC
  7. 2 meter 90 millimeter diameter 1 piece PVC Pipe
  8. Elbow 63 millimeter 1 piece
  9. 60 millimeter male adapter 2 piece PVC
  10. 60 millimeter check nut 1 piece PVC
  11. 63 millimeter PVC pipe 90 centimeter long
  12. 12.5 PVC mail adapter 1 piece
  13. 12.5 Millimeter iron elbow
  14. Epoxy risen and hardener
  15. PVC cement Solution
  16. Biogas Stove
  17. PVC valve 50 millimeter dia
  18. And tools
  19. 90 millimeter barrel piece
  20. 63 millimeter barrel piece
  21. 50  millimeter barrel piece
  22. 12.5 millimeter barrel piece

Construction of ARTI Compact Biogas Plant

First Take the one thousand  liter tank cut in this manure  perforated near the base By pressing Preheated Nineteen mm barrel piece against than  perforated tank Also near the bottom but With  fifty millimeter bout of peace Prudhomme of this position Would be helpful b sixty three millimeter barrel peace
Make a third holes one this position with the help of 63 mm barrel piece
The tank as three holes 2 near the bottom and 1near the top
Now PVC glue to the nineteen millimeter main adopted And fix it into this ball from inside the trades no protrude out of the tank fixed.
biogas plant diagram


Video of The compact biogas plant part Two Visit Compact Biogas Plant anaerobic digester



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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Biogas plant: Energy problem solution in India

A company in southern India has come up with a viable way for poor households to help themselves.

The locally-made biogas plant, filled with bacteria found in the stomachs of cows, silently and odorlessly converts food waste and into gas.

More than 20,000 homes in Kerala have installed the hand made plant, and the money they save pays off the machine in less than three years.

Their home cooking, they say, tastes all the better for its green credentials.

Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports from Thiruvananthapuram, India, on a solution in India that's got plenty of merit when it comes to powering homes in areas of the developing world often beset by power cuts.


Biogas solution in India by aljazeeraenglish

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Manacaud school too gets biogas plant

The City Corporation has set up a biogas plant at the Karthika Thirunal Vocational Higher Secondary School, Manacaud, and it was inaugurated on Friday by Mayor K Chandrika. The plant has been installed at a cost of ` 4.84 lakh under a Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project (KSUDP) scheme.
Ever since the garbage crisis hit the city six months back, the Corporation has been encouraging schools and other institutions to install biogas plants on their compounds. Many schools, including Cotton Hill GHSS and Pattom GHSS, have come forward for this and work is progressing on the biogas plants in these institutions.
Manacaud VHSS has around 3,000 students and the plant has the capacity to treat 150 kg of bio-degradable waste each day. ‘’The plant will produce energy that could be used as fuel for a continuous six hours. We have already conducted a trial and in the last one week the school canteen has been working on the energy from the plant for 5 hours,’’ said a KSUDP official.
The expenses for setting up the plant include the two-year operational cost too. ‘’This is a model, we want more schools to come forward and do the same so that children are taught the rules of waste disposal, energy saving and litter-free environment,’’ said Pushpalatha, Health Standing Committee Chairperson.
The inaugural ceremony was also attended by  Deputy Mayor G Happykumar and Standing Committee chairpersons Palayam Rajan and K S Sheela.
Under the KSUDP project, SMV School in the city was the first to take to biogas plant some time back. Cotton Hill and Pattom GHSS would also have the plant up and operational in a few weeks.
Kannammoola bund colony and Rajaji Nagar colony (Chenkalchoolah) are the two other spots where biogas plants will soon come up.
Meanwhile, more wards are warming up to the idea of installing a biogas plant at a certain institution or school in their respective limits, Health officials said.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012


Biogas plants at Rajaji Nagar, Kannammoola



While it is being trashed for not setting up a biogas plant in its own compound to set an example, the City Corporation is moving ahead with the plan to put up plants at two slums - Rajaji Nagar and Kannammoola. The biogas plants will come up under a Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project (KSUDP) scheme for introducing solid waste management mechanism.

The Corporation Council that met last week had approved the setting up of plants at Rajaji Nagar (Chenkalchoolah), Kannammoola Colony, Poojapura Mahila Mandiram and Thycaud Government Hospital. According to Health Standing Committee Chairperson Pushpalatha, the estimate for the biogas plants to be set up in colonies was being worked out. This would be passed on to the KSUDP for processing, she said.

Meanwhile, the Corporation has already kicked off the construction of biogas plants at Manacaud TTI School, Cotton Hill GHSS, Kalipankulam market and Pattom GHSS. A KSUDP official said that the works at the schools are progressing well, but the proposal for the plants in the slums had not yet reached them.

‘’We have nearly ` 5 crore for the solid waste management project under KSUDP. So, we are accepting with open arms whoever comes forward with a proposal,’’ Pushpalatha said.

The idea of a biogas plant at Rajaji Nagar was mooted by the ward councillor representing the area following the large-scale dumping of garbage into the water body here. The area had turned a dumping yard ever since garbage collection had come to a standstill.

According to sources, the initial fervour to set up a plant on the Corporation compound had died down following land issues. The place identified for the plant has already been eyed for constructing a building to expand the main office. Besides, the changes being planned once the new memorial gate is ready leaves little under-utilised space for the plant, an official said.

However, the Opposition rubbished these claims, saying that the plant does not require acres of land, but only the will on the part of the ruling members.