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There are 4 companies in the field of Biofuel on spotfolio that produce or deliver products, that utilize or research technologies or that are otherwise engaged in topics such as Steam-Explosion, Corn-Stover, Stover, Lignin, Cellulose, Ethanol, Sugars, Biomass .

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Iogen Iogen Corporation

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entrepreneur, engineer, and innovator. In 1975, he pioneered a novel “steam explosion” process to make wood digestible to grazing animals. In the late 70's ...

biotechnology. 1978 – US DOE contracts to investigate the performance of steam explosion for energy production. The process is found to deliver superior results ...

the art pretreatments. 1975 – Patrick Foody Sr. initiates work on a “steam explosion” process to improve cellulose digestibility for use as animal feed.

Zorg Biogas

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pre-treatment with steam explosion allows the use of these materials for anaerobic digestion. Technology Description The technology of steam explosion to use straw ...

down into simple ones. Further, the straw prepared with the help of a steam explosion is processed into biogas, like silage or manure in biogas reactors. ...

2-3-year-old straw is suitable. We at Zorg Biogas have experience of 6 steam explosion units with a capacity of 25 tons of straw per day each. In total, they

The new technology that allows straw to be processed into biogas is steam explosion. This technology came to the biogas industry from the paper industry ...

biogas: direct and through ethanol. Direct method The direct method is steam explosion and then, fermentation in biogas reactors. The best choice with the ...

though ethanol In straw processing though ethanol, straw is treated by steam explosion first and then biogas is produced out of distillery wastewater. Upflow ...

processing technologies Zorg Biogas is implementing a project for straw steam explosion and processing the substrate in high-load reactors in Teofipol-4. The

BioGasol BIOGASOL ApS

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When the pretreated material is released, a rapid pressure drop, or “steam explosion”, occurs which further breaks down the structure of the biomass. Additives ...

depolymerisation of the sugar-chains in the biomass. Dilute acid catalysed steam-explosion pretreatment is BioGasol’s reference process. Click on image to view

image to view larger version The Carbofrac® reference process, acidic steam-explosion provides 37% higher C5 sugar release during pretreatment compared to

Chempolis Chempolis Ltd.

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on challenges but live from them. Typical 2G technology is based on steam explosion, where substantial process yield losses are due to mechanical grinding

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