biogas becomes biomethane

Our agriPure® upgrades biogas to biomethane. This plant extension has already been successfully installed and operated for years in countries with biogas injection into our intelligent plant systems.


From biogas to biomethane

a perfect system

The innovative and sustainable agriPure® biogas upgrading plant was originally developed by agriKomp in 2015.

The biogas upgrading process converts biogas produced by anaerobic digestion into biomethane using special membranes. There are several pre-treatment steps to clean and condition the biogas. The biogas is then compressed before entering the membranes which are used to separate the methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) gases at a molecular level. After this upgrading process, the product biomethane can be sent to the gas grid or further compressed or liquefied for use as transport fuel.

In general, biomethane can be used after biogas upgrading wherever natural gas is also used. Both variants are chemically equivalent and differ only in their either fossil or biogenic origin. This opens up a wide range of possible applications.


With agriPure®, we offer a complete solution for anaerobic digestion and biogas upgrading: from biogas plants to biogas pre-treatment to biogas upgrading systems. agriKomp is the right choice for your project!

The result is a first-class, coordinated installation of different components. With a wide-ranging service network, experienced service technicans and good spare parts availability, your agriPure® plant will receive a well-coordinated and reliable service support, providing the best opportunity for a long and trouble-free plant lifespan.


With the agriPure® upgrading process, we can realise a broad spectrum from small to large biogas upgrading plants. Due to the high flexibility of the process, the membrane technology can be easily adapted to changing volume flows and gas compositions. The standard output range of our agriPure® extends from 150 Nm3/h – 2,000 Nm3/h raw gas.


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