VERBIO Vereinigte BioEnergie AG
GH DOUBLE-DECKER CONTAINER SYSTEM WITH WATER SUPPLY DELIVERED
Hagelschuer is already delivering its second system to the biofuel manufacturer Verbio in Bitterfeld. The steam boiler system comprised three container elements. The complete water treatment including a reverse osmosis and softening plant is housed in a sea container. The 8 t steam boiler was installed in a GH double-decker container and has a Low NOx burner including pre-heating the combustion air, as well as further heat exchangers to increase energy efficiency. The feed water tank and the blowdown tank are also in double-decker containers, like the switchboard. Based on the customer’s request comprehensive data recording for operating pressures and temperatures was integrated.
The entire system is 15 m long, 4 m wide and 6.20 m high, and weighs approx. 44 t. Three low loaders were required to transport the system parts to Bitterfeld. On-site, the system was placed onto the prefabricated concrete foundation and assembled all on one day. In addition, a flue gas system with a 25 m stainless steel stack was set up. Thanks to the intelligent location, the system was able to be connected directly to the main supply lines.
Images of the project at Verbio
System at Verbio
The system comprises three container elements in order to house all required components.
VERBIO AG is one of the leading independent bioenergy producers and, at the same time, the only large industrial producer for biodiesel, bioethanol and biomethane in Europe. The company employs around 700 people at its locations in Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Brandenburg, as well as at its international subsidiaries in India, the USA, Canada, Poland and Hungary. VERBIO focusses on innovative technologies that they developed themselves an efficient, energy-saving production processes. The VERBIO biofuels achieve a CO2 saving of up to 90 percent compared to petrol or diesel. With its innovative processes and highly efficient production plants, VERBIO is one of the technological leaders in the biofuel market.
A 90 t/h waste heat steam generator in the combined heat and power plant of Stadtwerke Münster am Hafen, which is responsible among other things for the district heating supply of the city of Münster, suffered damage at the end of April. When Hagelschuer received the report, two welding experts immediately set out to get an idea of the damage.