Fort Wayne Indiana installs bio-gas Combined Heat & Power System

Posted on June 24, 2015 by

Kraft Power delivered two (2) KGBL-400-4SH, each rated at 400kw factory pre-packaged Bio Gas CHP systems to a waste-water treatment plant in Fort Wayne, Indiana today. Each of the two containerized systems includes a Dresser-Rand Guascor SFGLD240 spark ignited engine generator, heat recovery systems, and controls.

The two units will be fueled with methane from the facility’s anaerobic digester system, and provide electrical power for the facility, as well as hot water to the digester.

The power system is expected to operate for approximately 8,000 hours per year, producing energy from waste, while reducing methane emissions from the facility. This is the latest example of an emerging trend of renewable energy installations in the waste water industry. These projects provide substantial financial payback to municipalities, while also benefiting the environment.

Crane installs Dresser-Rand Gauscor CHP unit in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Supplied by Kraft Power Corp.

Crane installs Dresser-Rand Gauscor CHP unit in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Supplied by Kraft Power Corp.

Newly installed CHP containers at Fort Wayne, Indiana Water treatment plant

Newly installed CHP containers at Fort Wayne, Indiana Water treatment plant

Interior shot of the CHP unit at Fort Wayne, Indiana

Interior shot of the CHP unit at Fort Wayne, Indiana

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