Biomass to Syngas

Biomass to Syngas
Producing syngas from biomass is a key step in the production of biofuels. Gasification is used to convert the biomass to hydrogen and carbon monoxide, but efficient conversion requires accurate thermal data.

The vital temperature measurement in this process is made at the gasifier, where biomass reacts with oxygen at high temperatures. Monitoring the heat is essential to ensure efficiency and prevent excessive and wasteful energy use.

With decades of experience in providing non-contact infrared measurement technology to the industry, AMETEK Land provides a flexible solution for hydrocarbon processing applications. Our expertise ensures our thermal imagers are able to handle difficult operating conditions and still deliver high performance with reliability.

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    • Biomass to Syngas - Gasifier
      Gasifier

      Monitoring temperatures in the gasifier requires a non-contact measurement from a high-precision device able to cope with the high ambient temperature. The ARC thermal imager is ideal for this task.

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