Greenlane Biogas signs distribution agreement with Sysadvance

By Greenlane Biogas | October 19, 2015

Greenlane Biogas has signed a distribution agreement with Sysadvance, a Portuguese company specializing in advanced gas separation systems that utilize pressure swing adsorption (PSA) technology.

The agreement will allow Greenlane to distribute Sysadvance products in Canada, U.S. and Mexico, and will see the two companies work together to integrate their systems to offer leading biogas upgrading solutions. The Sysadvance products Greenlane will distribute include the nitrogen and oxygen on-site gas generators, methagen biogas purification system and other gas separations.

“We believe biogas is the environmentally friendly alternative energy for the future,” said José Machado, the CEO of Sysadvance. “Both companies bring complementary innovative gas upgrading technologies to the relationship and we believe that Greenlane’s large installation base and years of experience will be instrumental in turning the individual components into a properly integrated solution. We are excited to be working with Greenlane.” 

Brent Jaklin, managing director for Greenlane Biogas North America, added, “After evaluating different PSA providers we concluded that Sysadvance and their state of the art systems would be the best partner for us to broaden our biogas upgrading market. Through collaboration, we will develop an integrated water scrubbing and PSA system for projects where combining technologies is the best solution for the customer. This is the first step in redefining Greenlane as a technology independent complete biogas solutions provider.”

Sysadvance nitrogen and oxygen generators produce high purity nitrogen and oxygen from compressed air. These units can be easily installed in any indoor facility and have a wide range of applications in the food, pharmaceutical, chemical, automotive, medical and wastewater treatment industries. The methagen unit uses PSA assisted by a vacuum system to remove CO2, N2, O2 and residual H2O to produce renewable natural gas. Alternatively, the methagen system can be designed to work with the water wash system to provide the optimal combined solution.