Why is FimusKraft Biogas Plant (FKBP) so effective?
FimusKraft has developed the FimusKraft Biogas Plant (FKBP), an innovative and game-changing technology that allows for cost-effective valorization of biowaste into electricity, heat and organic fertilizer through a revolutionary 3-step bio-fermentation process.
The FKBP produces biogas faster than Anaerobic digestion (AD) which is the most used method to produce biogas from biowaste. As well the carbon footprint is lower.
The FKBP combines biogas fermentation with an innovative biowaste pre-handling process. This allows to obtain biogas with even 30-50 % higher energetic efficiency. Higher methane content, methane content 90 % or even more is possible with the additional waste pre-handling device. Read more about the benefits of FKBP here
The system is able to process various types of biowaste to efficiently produce electricity, heat and fertilizer. It is also possible to enlarge and integrate the system to micro-bio-refinery in order to produce valuable raw materials for pharmaceutical, chemical or food and beverage industries.
The FKBP system is totally modular and can easily be enlarged if/when waste amounts are increasing. Also it is possible to add later on more process steps to produce valuable raw materials in addition of bio-energy and fertilisers.
Technology and Testing
M1 Proof of theories and testing with different biowaste sources made in laboratory scale. 2016
M2 Container installed. 12-15 kW gas power fermenting system built. All the control, gas measuring and sensor technology included 2017-2018
M3 System and demo unit tested and validated using cow dung at Finnish Agriculture and Forestry Ministry’s research cow farm in Finland 2018
M5 Designing of final FKBP Process equipment module family
M4 Preliminary and advanced testing with different organic process waste from industry
First patents already in pipeline and granted
Our system has got its first patents and several field testing has made. Specifically our solution has gained a highly respected “Seal of Excellence” from European Innovation Committee.