Landfill Gas

Crankcase Ventilation for Landfill Gas to Energy: Jenbacher Engines

A landfill gas to energy facility had ten enclosure mounted Jenbacher J420GS engines. The site was experiencing inter-cooler issues and other engine challenges. The existing crankcase ventilation filter routed the crankcase blow-by back into the turbo where bypass and carryover were being seen. They wanted to eliminate and isolate the crankcase ventilation system and vent to atmosphere.

Sulfur Removal in Landfill Gas Stream

A landfill owner in the Southeastern United States needed to remove elemental sulfur from a large landfill gas stream. Along with capturing the sulfur, the elements would handle a large flow rate while maintaining a low differential pressure. The removal of the sulfur would help to protect a newly installed chiller. The gas would then be fed to a turbine to generate electrical power.

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