08 Nov '17, 10pm
HomeBiogas 2.0 Produces 3 Hours Of Cooking Gas Per Day From Kitchen Scraps
appliance is meant to sit in the yard near the kitchen (up to 20 meters away), where the 1200-liter tank is filled with water, “activated” with bacteria, and then filled with food scraps, kitchen and garden waste, or animal manure on a daily basis. Inside the digester tank, bacteria breaks down the organic matter, producing biogas that gets collected in a 700-liter gas storage tank, which then feeds the biogas to the stove in the kitchen. It is a completely off-grid appliance, and as long as it is fed properly and within the optimal temperature range, it is claimed to produce up to 3 hours worth of cooking gas daily. When outside temperatures are above or below the recommended range, the appliance requires shade, insulation, or a heater to perform as designed.