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The HomeBiogas System
The HomeBiogas System
Just toss your food scraps and/or animal waste into the system and generate up to 2 hours of renewable cooking gas and all-natural, liquid fertilizer DAILY.
HomeBiogas provides the ultimate experience: quick assembly, low maintenance, durability, and convenient use.
Please note: International shipping may take up to 60 days from date of purchase
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The system is delivered with tools and a detailed guide, which means that anyone can assemble it.
HomeBiogas up-cycles methane and lessens fossil fuel usage. Each system reduces carbon emissions by 6 tons annually!
HomeBiogas can be fed the food waste of about 5 people and produces enough gas to feed around 5 people.
HomeBiogas performs well when the day/night average temperature is above 62°F or 17°C.
Every liter of food waste produces about 200 liters of gas, the amount needed for approximately one hour of cooking
Biogas produced by HomeBiogas is much safer than using a LPG or propane gas tank or cooking over an open fire.
How It Works
Frequently Asked Questions
During colder months of the year, it is possible to add an electrical heater to heat the digester tank, allowing the system to function properly. We don't sell the heater but can recommend you what to buy, it cost $20-30 online. The system can also be placed in a greenhouse, as long as the ambient temperature in the building reaches the minimum temperature requirement.
The tank should also be filled with water. During system activation, fill the tank with water to its full capacity (about 650 liters). Once HomeBiogas is in operation, remember to add one liter of water for every liter of waste added.
The system can store up to 500 liters of Biogas at any given time indefinitely. The Biogas in your system will remain in the Digester Tank until used.
1. Replacing its gas filter once a year. You can contact HomeBiogas or your distributor for a filter replacement.
2. Removing the sludge that accumulates at the bottom of the digestion tank. This should be removed once every three years if you feed the system with kitchen waste and once every year if you feed the system with animal manure. Once the sludge is removed from the digester, it can be applied directly to your garden as fertilizer or used to wet your compost heap. Alternatively, you can let it dry out and use the remaining residue as compost.
3. Replacing the chlorine tablet if it has dissolved completely.
The product can also serve as a water and nitrogen additive for a compost heap.
The moment Methane gas gets released into the air it loses its ability to ignite. LPG and propane sink to the ground and stay in a given space, while biogas diffuses upwards, leaving the premise immediately. At the unlikely chance that the system leaks and ignites, it can only produce a momentary flame. Furthermore, the gas tank sits on top of the 700 liters digestion liquid tank. This water would put out any momentary flame immediately.