NL  EN Vacuum Pressure Tank - pump system The Vacuum Pressure Tank is an innovative pump system, specially  developed for pumping liquids/sludges with a relatively high percentage of  dry solids.   The feeding of a biogas installation may not be interrupted  because of  errors or maintenance, these result almost immediately in a lower biogas  production and thus a loss of income. The blockage of your pump, pumping  a liquid with only a minimum of dry solids, frequent maintenance: they are  all history with the Vacuum Pressure Tank from Biogas Plus.   The Vacuum Pressure Tank is hardly sensitive for errors and almost free of  maintenance, this is due to the fact that the vacuum pump itself has no  contact with the biomass at all. The pump only transfers air. With normal  pumps, the biomass passes the pump house and causes wear and tear. Depending on the mixture of biomasses, one can easily pump liquids up to  25% dry solids. More dry solids usually means more energy and a more  efficient digestion process. The advantages of the Vacuum Pressure Tank are: Pumping biomasses with a high level of dry solids  Very high capacity  No sensitivity for errors  Hardly any maintenance  Low on energy consumption Easy dosing of biomasses into the digester(s) Low pressure in the piping Long life time  The pump attached to the Vacuum Pressure Tank sucks out air from the  tank and thus creates a vacuum within the tank. By doing so, the tank is  automatically filled with biomass. Following, the pump pumps air into the  tank, biomass is pressed out of the tank into the desired tank/silo/digester.  An advantage of this principle is the fact that one pipe can be used for both  filling and unfilling of a tank. This reduces the initial investment costs and  increases your flexibility.   With the Vacuum Pressure Tank you can dose the amount of biomass much  more precise in comparison to traditional pumping systems.   Klik op de thumbnail om te vergroten