Fifteen e-flox facilities reduce emissions in France
Since the first e-flox plant in France has started operation in 2014 14 more plants have followed. Most of the plant are related to sites on which agricultural waste is used to produce biomethan. The biomethan is injected into a local grid. The market for biogas ist still growing as the government is pushing sustainable energy. More recently e-flox plants prevent hazardous methane emissions from landfill sites. Two plants are already in operation and three more plants shall be commissioned till march of 2019. With facilities running in Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Canada, Sweden and France, e-flox proves its competence in international business relations.
ISO 9001:2015 - Certification
Within the scope of the Quality Management System as outlined under ISO9001:2015 e-flox has been successfully audited and certified in October 2016 by DQS GmbH.
This certificate is valid until February 2019.
We are grateful for the good response and thank all our guests for visiting our stand and for their interest. The success of our first attendance at ACHEMA encouraged us to exhibit again at ACHEMA 2020.
We thank our clients and all those interested who visited us at the booth.
Commissioning of biogas conditioning plant Sofielund (Sweden)
Near Stockholm Schmack Carbotech commissioned in 2015 a biogas plant for the conditioning of biogas from organic waste. For this project e-flox contributed a lean-gas combustion unit for the treatment of off-gases coming from a PSA process. The off-gas combustion contributes to cover the heat demand. In addition to that a boiler for peak load directly converts raw gas into a heat output of up to 1 MW. The entire e-flox plant had been factory-assembled and integrated into containers in Germany and thus supplied and delivered as complete units.
Breakthrough in recuperative combustion of LCV gas
Latest R&D efforts led to improvement of the prized gap flow technology lowering the authotermal combustion point to 1 Vol.% methane in air. This is equivalent to approximately 1,5 Vol.% in CO2. Thus e-flox combustion technology can be considered as an alternative to the established RTO off-gas treatment technology.
German environmental award 2011:
Dr. J.G. Wünning and his father Dr. J.A. Wünning won the German Environmental Award 2011 for the invention and dissemination of FLOX technology.