AD-CatTM – Bio-Catalytic Treatment for Anaerobic Digestion
AD-Cat™ is a broad-spectrum biocatalytic formulation that improves the overall performance of Anaerobic Digestion (AD) systems.
AD-Cat™ works by solubilizing the waste components, thereby decreasing viscosity, and allowing the waste stream to be better utilized by the microorganisms within AD systems.
AD-CatTM will help prevent insoluble waste components from forming floating layers, or internal blockages, within the AD system.
AD-CatTM allows more consistent biomethane yields to be produced, and optimize waste stream loadings into the AD system.
AD-CatTM offers the following benefits to operators:
- Improves AD loading of insoluble waste components.
- Solves formation of blockages with AD systems.
- Improves economic performance of AD systems.
- Supports more complete digestion conversion rates.
- Offers higher quality bio-methane yields.
AD-CatTM is an essential tool for managing optimal AD system operations.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
AD-CatTM can be injected into water lines, aeration devices, and sludge lines. Dosage rates will vary depending on numerous factors, including organic loading levels, and specific operator objectives.
Anaerobic Digestion: The basic dosage metric is: 250 ml up to 1,000 ml, per dry ton of Volatile Solids (VS). Consult with technical specialist to optimize installation and performance of AD-CatTM.
AD-CatTM is non-toxic, noncaustic, and safe to handle, with a recommended shelf life of two years. May be stored with confidence at temperatures below 122°F/50°C.
Water, highly purified yeast extracts, non-ionic surfactants.
Keep out of the reach of children. If product from this container splashes in eyes, rinse well with water.
Manufactured in the USA under domestic and international patents.
- AD-CatTM Label Info
- AD-CatTM Label Info – Spanish
- AD-CatTM Product 1 Sheet
- Wastewater Treatment Collection Systems Flyer
- World Biogas Association, Global Report
- Biogas Production Report
- Canadian Safety Data Sheet AD-CatTM
- BOC Dissolves Lipoprotein (Eps) Concentration In A Digester Reducing Viscosity, Case Study
- Case Studies