Landia offers the BioChop pre-treatment technology in several standard sizes, to process anywhere from 1,000 lbs/day to over 50,000 lbs/day of food waste, and we can customize the solution for the clients’ specific requirements.
The Landia BioChop Pasteurizer is a complete solution for pathogen reduction in feedstocks and digestate. It offers a compact and user-friendly design and high treatment capacity. The system provides particle size reduction and ensures that by-products from, for example, the food industry are heat-treated, or pasteurized, at 70°C for one hour.
Landia BioChop Pasteurizer is constructed of reliable high-quality components. The system is equipped with a double stainless steel tank wall that acts as a heating jacket, from which heat is transferred by circulating hot water. Therefore, no external heat exchanger is required.
What you get with BioChop:
• Landia chopper pump for chopping, mixing and emptying
• Landia side-entry propeller mixer
• Gate valves with stainless-steel knife gates
• Complete user-friendly controls with touchscreen and integrated data logger
• Standard sizes: 2.5 m3, 5 m3, 8 m3 and 25 m3
For a new state-of-the-art waste-to-energy biogas plant in Romania, Landia has been chosen to supply two of its 25m3 pasteurizers.
Landia’s BioChop pasteurization system is a high-quality solution constructed from simple and reliable components.
Many different types of waste products can be extensively recycled in biogas plants. It requires the right pumps and mixers made form the right materials.
Comprehensive mixing of biogas digesters is playing a crucial role at one of the most dynamic and well-run food-waste-to-energy facilities in Europe.Read the case study
A leading food waste-to-energy operation has increased its biogas yields by an average of more than 43% - due to a new digester mixing system.Read the case study
At Yorkshire Water’s new £50M Huddersfield Energy and Recycling Facility (E&RF), the digester mixing system from Whitchurch-based Landia is ensuring that total gas production can reach its anticipated 22,192Nm³/d (normal cubic meter/day).Read the case study
At the largest University campus AD/Biogas plant in the United States, a chopper pump made by Landia has now completed eight years of continuous robust service, despite the very tough environment of being in a food waste and FOG (fats, oils and greases) reception pit.Read the case study
A pioneering pig farm in North Carolina, US, that has led the way in its industry for embracing renewable technologies, has reported a 10% plus increase in its biogas yields by investing in two new chopper pumps made by Landia.Read the case study
In Luannan County, which has been committed to significantly developing agriculture in China, Landia has secured a major new order for its biogas digester mixing system.Read the case study
At the multi-award-winning Downers Grove Wastewater Treatment Center in Illinois, the Landia’s GasMix digester mixing system has increased biogas production by approximately 20 percent.Read the case study
An automated mixing system helps an Illinois treatment plant improve biogas production and increase volatile solids destruction.Read the case study
ES Engineering, Irvine, California, has installed Denmark-based Landia’s GasMix system at a food waste-to-energy facility in Chino, California, designed to help boost gas production from the facility’s two anaerobic digesters.Read the case study
A decade since it began, Cannington Bio Energy’s hive of activity is impressive – with volumes of waste arriving, waste being treated – and green energy being produced. If only it was as simple as all that.Read the case study
You will not find anyone who has more experience with pumping and mixing solutions for anaerobic digestion than Landia. We have been involved since the biogas industry’s infancy in Denmark, and today you will find Landia products in biogas plants worldwide. The biogas industry is growing year by year and we are keeping pace.
When you contact Landia, you will speak with employees who know the industry, including some who have worked in biogas plants themselves.