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PREHISTORIC MICROBES VALORIZE CO2 UNDER HIGH PRESSURE TO "GREEN GAS" New type of bioreactor uses primordial bacteria and extreme pressure to achieve unrivalled efficiency in transformation of CO2 into natural gas.
By: Krajete GmbH
PASCHING, Austria - Jan. 27, 2020 - PRLog -- A completely new kind of bioreactor for the biological production of methane has enabled the use of extremely high pressure levels for the first time – and set new efficiency standards for the conversion of CO2 and H2 into methane. This significant improvement compared with conventional bioreactors is down to billions of microorganisms that only truly come to life under extreme pressure, as well as Austrian company Krajete GmbH, which designed the bioreactor and has now built the first pilot plant for testing the technology. Successful installation required a combination of experience of implementing chemical facilities and biological expertise.

About Krajete GmbH (last updated: January 2020)
Headquartered in Pasching, the company capitalises on the ability of methanogenic microorganisms to generate methane from CO2 and H2 by means of biological processes. This means that CO2 – in the form of the intermediate product, methane – can be used as the feedstock for a wide range of applications where the idea of a closed carbon cycle is always the focus of attention.

Contact Krajete GmbH:
Dr. Alexander Krajete
Prinz Eugen Str. 66
4061 Pasching, Austria
T +43 699 172 668 20

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