Hydroflux offers a range of products and services designed to generate energy from process water, sludge and biosolids, including; anaerobic digester systems, biogas storage, biogas treatment, gas flares, H2S removal systems and scrubbers, biogas blowers, activated carbon filters and biomethane upgrading.

The range of Hydroflux anaerobic digestion and bioenergy equipment is comprehensive. We can support you from the design concept to a completed Waste to Energy project, reducing carbon emissions and producing green energy.

Bioenergy Products

Gas Storage

Hydroflux has partnered with Baur Folien GmbH based in Germany, a market leader and specialists in the selection, design, supply, manufacture, and installation of high-quality gas storage equipment to maximise the product reliability whilst reducing the project lifecycle costs.

Biogas Equipment

Hydroflux can supply a range of biogas treatment systems that are engineered to maximise the recovery and utilisation and will typically comprise.

Waste To Energy

Approximately 1000 facilities are being operated with expertise and components provided by Hydroflux and AAT. Since 1993, more than 130 large-scale facilities have been established in 30 countries.

Solid Waste Digestion

AAT plants have been in operation internationally over many years for sludge digestion on large scale farms, disposal companies and in the food industry. AAT is a competent partner for complete treatment systems, plant equipment including single modular units like waste pre-treatment and pasteurization.

Biogas Flares

The MTU series Biogas Flare is an enclosed, natural draught flare for the safe and efficient combustion of biogas, sewage gas or landfill gas. They have been developed by Gastechnik Himmel GmbH as a specialized supplier for flares and gas handling equipment and are tried tested and proven in hundreds of applications worldwide.

Biomethane Upgrading

Biomethane, also known as renewable natural gas, is a form of biogas that has been processed to remove impurities and made suitable for injection into the existing natural gas grid. Biomethane can be produced from a variety of organic materials such as agricultural waste, sewage, and food waste, making it a promising alternative to traditional fossil fuels for energy production.