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NETZSCH to highlight mixing pump with auger at IBCE 2019

In the United States (US), NETZSCH Pumps North America (NETZSCH), part of Germany-headed NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH, will be highlighting its NEMO B.Max Mixing Pump with an auger at the upcoming International Biomass Conference & Expo (IBCE) in Savannah, Georgia (GA). According to NETZSCH, the new pump is the "ideal solution" for bringing substrates to a biogas plant.

The new pump is particularly well-suited for fermented renewable raw material (NAWARO), liquid manure, process water, ground biowaste, and food waste. It is also a good choice for preprocessed slaughterhouse waste, cosubstrates, concentrated substrates, and slop.

At the 12th annual International Biomass Conference & Expo (IBCE), which will take place March 18-20, 2019, at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center in Savannah, experts will be on hand to discuss the NEMO B.Max, which features maximum mixing and conveying capabilities for biosubstrates.

The pump’s advantages include maximum substrate homogenization, increased gas production, continuous low-pulsation conveyance – independent of pressure and viscosity – as well as high-pressure capability, robust drive seals, low investment and operating costs, and high operating safety.

The NETZSCH NEMO B.Max pump housing features a large rectangular hopper and removable chamfered force-feed chamber and a coupling rod with patented, horizontally positioned auger, which guarantee optimal product feeding to the pumping elements. The positioning of the conveying supports on the hopper housing allows for maximum mixing of the substrate (image courtesy NETZSCH).

The NEMO B.Max pump housing features a large rectangular hopper and removable chamfered force-feed chamber and a coupling rod with patented, horizontally positioned auger, which guarantee optimal product feeding to the pumping elements. The positioning of the conveying supports on the hopper housing allows for maximum mixing of the substrate (image courtesy NETZSCH).

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