Advance Biogas is formulated according to the type of forage.
Crops treated with enzymes have more metabolisable energy for use in anaerobic digestion, thereby assisting the increase in the final biogas yield.
If more plant material can be broken down by the actions of enzymes, such as those in Advance inoculants, as well as increased dry matter from reduction of losses in the preservation cycle, more efficient electricity can be produced from the same amount of silage inputed to the system.
Trialled and Tested
Trial data has shown that biogas and methane yield from the Advance treated maize silage are both higher than the untreated maize, meaning the silage has been used more efficiently to produce energy than untreated silage.
Results of an Advance Biogas trial: German Official Biogas research Lab, Eichhof Hessen, Germany:
Biogas yield +7.13% more than untreated maize
Methan yield +8.14% more than untreated maize