Stronga help Anaerobic Digestate (AD) plant owners add value, significantly reduce costs and minimise environmental impact by utilising Combined Heat and Power (CHP) waste heat with our highly efficient FlowDrya. Ring us today to discover your potential financial gains and savings using Stronga FlowDrya.
Stronga FlowDrya is designed for optimum efficiency and performance, offering great value in the form of lowest cost per tonne dried. All-in-one FlowDrya ensures superb drying versatility, extending the client’s ability to dry a range of materials. Stronga FlowDrya is a low temperature, low energy drying solution, ensuring safe and efficient drying of saturated raw and separated digestate. FlowDrya can be fitted with excellent options to maximise efficiency and optimise productivity.
Stronga FlowDrya is designed to use residual heat in the most cost-effective and energy-efficient way. The low energy FlowDrya reliability lowers storage and transport costs while creating new sales possibilities. With the optional remixing function, a pre-treatment of digestate is not necessary. The main added benefits for customers drying raw or separated digestate are the huge financial savings made all day, every day.
Discover your potential savings using the highly versatile and ultra efficient Stronga FlowDrya:
• Reduced digestate lagoon storage requirement, minimising the associated risks (leakage) and costs (construction, fencing, drainage, transport and separation).
• Reduced off-farm digestate transport, improving carbon footprint.
• Reduced bulk handling and spreading of digestate.
• Improved FYM / on-farm fertiliser utilisation.
• Stackable FYM field storage for use at convenient times.
On top of these savings, Stronga FlowDrya allows clients to enjoy Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) income while adding value by producing dry digestate for use as cattle bedding, stable litter, organic farmyard fertiliser and more.
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