LIPP Universal Digester
with digester chamber volumes ranging from 200 m3 to 5.000 m3
The LIPP Universal digester which unlike the KomBio reactor does not have an integrated gas accumulator, is used for larger plants for industry and municipalities. The biogas accumulated is either directed into a KomBio reactor combined with the Universal digester or into a separate gas accumulator.
- Production of renewable energy and reduction of fossil CO2 emissions
- Low noise emissions
- Flexible substrate composition
- Customisable pumping and stirring technology
- High functional safety
- Effective insulation results in low heating requirement
- Quick construction thanks to on-site production
- Low investment costs
- Low-maintenance and durable
- Consistent quality worldwide
from 200 to 5.000 m3
larger sizes on request
from 0 to 7 mbar,
further on request
according to RAL
VERINOX stainless steel
Duplex material from a
galvanised steel band
on the outside and a
stainless steel band,
e.g. 1.4571 [316Ti]
or 1.4539 [904L],
on the medium side.
Stainless steels, e.g.
1.4301 , 1.4571
[316Ti] or 1.4539 [904L]
There is a wide range of
available for the
of the tank:
- Roof insulation
- Pumping systems
- Flexible mixing technology
- Inspection glasses
- Stairways, ladders, platforms, connection pieces, manholes, etc.
Modular plant concept
The LIPP Universal digester essentially consists of a (Verinox) stainless steel tank with a modular design. Panel heating and insulation are fitted on the outside and are easily accessible. Thermal yield is optimised due to the good conductivity of the steel. The tank is covered by a self-supporting stainless steel diaphragm roof which is particularly corrosion-resistant, making it suitable for use with aggressive media.
Flexible substrate composition
A variety of material grades and individually customisable pumping and stirring technologies enable optimum boundary conditions to be provided for any substrate composition. In addition, pre or post-treatment of the substrate can be realised by installing additional tanks (e.g. sugar beet silos, hydrolysis and post-digesters).
By using LIPP tanks for biogas plants or sludge digestion, you will benefit from more than 50 years of experience in tank and plant construction as well as consistent quality worldwide. The patented VERINOX stainless steel used is characterised above all by its high quality and maximum leak-tightness.
Features of the LIPP Universal digester
- Stainless steel digester with a digester chamber volume of 200 to 5000 m3
- External panel heating and insulation
- Optimised diameter-to-height ratio for optimum mixing and minimal stirring
- Flexible stirring technology which can be adapted to the substrate and digester
- Stirring technology can be maintained without having to empty the tank
Smooth internal walls and customised stirring technology
Thanks to the Double-Seam System, LIPP digesters have smooth internal walls (largely without any internal attachments) and ensure uniform mixing while keeping energy consumption low. The external panel heating guarantees uniform temperature distribution in the digester. These thermodynamic and mechanical benefits with LIPP digesters also mean that short retention times are achieved.
The high functional safety, especially in respect of heating and stirring technology, promotes a low demand for process energy. Further benefits include minimal maintenance requirements and a long service life.
Short installation times due to on-site production
The automated assembly technology in the LIPP Double-Seam System enables the fast construction of stainless steel digesters which in turn has a positive effect on investment costs. Other characteristics of installation using the LIPP System include efficient production on site requiring minimal installation space and a short installation time.