HPR-20 R&D in Thailand

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The Hiden HPR-20 R&D installed at the Department of Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok is performing well.

The investigation is using a two-stage thermophilic anaerobic bioreactor (ThAn) for methane gas generation. The Hiden gas analysis mass spectrometer is quantitatively measuring the reactant and product gases during each experimental cycle.

Hiden MASsoft control and analysis software features a mass spectral peak identification and deconvolution module, which greatly assisted identifying the gas mixtures measured during the process.

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Hiden HPR-20 R&D with two-stage thermophilic anaerobic bioreactor in background
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Peak identification of gas mixture
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Two-stage thermophilic anaerobic bioreactor with Hiden HPR-20 R&D in background
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Peak identification of gas mixture

 

Hiden’s agent, Mercantile Hi-Tech (MHC) has been assisting the customer with the experiments

HPR-20 R&D

Peak identification of MASsoft

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