Anatis thus offers a simple and discreet micro-biomethanisation unit, which does not require a building permit, comprising ANYOLE® underground tanks

  • A post-digestion bag ;
  • an industrial co-generation unit (running at 1,500 rpm) and regulation ;
  • biogas, electricity and slurry connections.

The heat supplied by the combined heat and power (CHP) unit can be used for the production of hot water or heat.

Anyole<sup>®</sup> cuve
Anaerobiosis (absence of air)
Temperature: around 37°C
a pH between 6.6 and 7.6
a carbon/nitrogen ratio between 15 and 30.
Schema du processus

If these conditions are met, biogas is produced, mainly consisting of methane (60% CH4, 40% CO2), which is a non-fossil fuel.

This gas is then converted into electricity and heat via a combined heat and power (CHP) engine.

In addition to this energy supply, digestate is produced, which is used in agriculture as a valuable soil improver or fertiliser.

In addition to its qualities as a soil improver, which makes it a very good substitute for fertiliser, the digestate has the main advantage of being odourless.