Glass Fused-to-Steel Bolted tanks for BIOGAS and anaerobic digestors

UIG’s EVERSTORE ® glass-fused-to-steel tanks are the optimal solution for anaerobic digester applications. Whether mesophilic, thermophilic, pasteurizing or enzymic hydrolysis processes, EVERSTORE®  and EVERSTORE® Hybrid tanks are the industry leader in anaerobic digestion and biogas production for renewable energy applications.

The panels for the Glass Fused-to-Steel Biogas tanks are factory manufactured and shipped to the field, ready to install. This allows for a fast and economical installation.

There are two types of roofs available for Biogas Storage. Single membrane Roofs and Glass Fused-to-Steel Room. Both solutions are air tight and an ideal choice for Biogas Storage.

GLASS FUSED TO STEEL BIOGAS TANK BENEFITS:

· EXCELLENT CORROSION RESISTANCE

· FACTORY ENGINEERED FOR PRECISE FIT IN THE FIELD

· FULL ENAMELED AND ENCAPSULATED ROUNDED PANEL EDGES

· LOW MAINTENANCE

· NO NEED TO REPAINT

· LONG SERVICE LIFE

· QUICK INSTALLATION


EVERSTORE® GLASS FUSED-TO-STEEL TANKS FOR THE FARM

On-farm digesters can bring great value to farmers and the surrounding community. Digesters can help farmers manage nutrients, reduce odors and generate additional revenue.

Dairy, swine and poultry are the primary animal types for farms with digesters. On-farm digesters can also accept outside food waste as a feed stock.

The most common digester system technologies on farms in the USA are: plug flow, complete mix and covered lagoons.

The type of digester used on farms is typically determined by the manure management practices in place and type of animal manure that is fed into the digester. Biogas collected from the anaerobic digester is often used to generate electricity, to fuel boilers or furnaces or to provide combined heat and power.

The most advanced digester storage system is the EVERSTORE ® GFS for Glass Fused to Steel by United Industries Group. In addition, we offer hybrid system with concrete foundation, 316SS upper ring and self-supported roof.