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CHP Model #

Electrical Power 64
System Efficiency 83.8%
Thermal Power 306,000
NOX (G/BHP-H) < 1.0
Heat Rate BTU/kWe 9,765
CO (G/BHP-H) < 2.5
Electrical Power 104
System Efficiency 84.1%
Thermal Power 488,000
NOX (G/BHP-H) < 1.0
Heat Rate BTU/kWe 9,653
CO (G/BHP-H) < 2.0
Electrical Power 180
System Efficiency 80.7%
Thermal Power 762,000
NOX (G/BHP-H) < 1.0
Heat Rate BTU/kWe 9,469
CO (G/BHP-H) < 2.0
Electrical Power 239
System Efficiency 81.4%
Thermal Power 965,000
NOX (G/BHP-H) < 1.0
Heat Rate BTU/kWe 9,138
CO (G/BHP-H) < 2.0
Electrical Power 373
System Efficiency 81.7%
Thermal Power 1,393,000
NOX (G/BHP-H) < 1.0
Heat Rate BTU/kWe 8,748
CO (G/BHP-H) < 2.0
Electrical Power 430
System Efficiency 81.4%
Thermal Power 1,761,000
NOX (G/BHP-H) < 1.0
Heat Rate BTU/kWe 9,230
CO (G/BHP-H) < 2.0
Electrical Power 550
System Efficiency 82.6%
Thermal Power 2,216,000
NOX (G/BHP-H) < 1.0
Heat Rate BTU/kWe 9,014
CO (G/BHP-H) < 2.0
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BIOGAS CHP MODULES

Sustainable and sensible, KB Series Biogas Fueled CHP Modules put waste to work. Wastewater treatment facilities, dairy farms, dairy food producers and landfill sites rely on KB Series CHP Modules for environmental solutions that pay back. Your choice of 7 high combined efficiency models with packaged hot water recovery system or straight electrical power generation.

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    With adequate biogas conditioning, KB Series CHP units can achieve life cycle performance comparable with our long running natural gas fueled models

    The Kraft Energy Systems Advantage

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    • Over 50 Years of Power Generation Experience
    • Active Engineering Support
    • Long Term Service Agreements
    • 24 x 7 Emergency Service Response
    • Lower Energy Cost
    • Low exhaust emissions levels
    • Robust, Reliable and Fuel Efficient Industrial Engines
    • Fully Automated & User Friendly Control System with Remote Access & Monitoring
    • Standardized Package Options, Indoor/Outdoor
    • Quiet Indoor/Outdoor Enclosed Design or Open Unit
    • Standard Closed Loop Hot Water Recovery System
    • Pre-manufactured Modules Reduce Installation Cost
    • Standardized Utility Inter-tie Controls, Relay Options
    • Dual Gas Train Option, ( biogas/natural gas )
    • Biogas Models from 64 kWe – 550 kWe
    CHP Unit Model
    Man Engine Model
    Generator Model
    Electric Output
    Thermal Output
    Fuel Consumption (LHV)
    Electric Efficiency
    Thermal Efficiency
    Combined Efficiency
    Displacement
    BMEP
    Bore & Stoke
    Engine Horsepower
    Cylinders Arrangement
    Compression Ratio
    -
    -
    kWe
    BTU/hr
    BTU/hr
    %
    %
    %
    cu in
    psi
    in
    BHP
    -
    -
    KB 60
    E 0834 LE302
    LSA 44.3 S3
    64
    306,000
    625,000
    34.8
    49.0
    83.8
    279
    172.6
    4.25 x 4.92
    91
    4/IL
    11:1
    KB 100
    E 0836 LE302
    LSA 44.3 M6
    104
    488,000
    1,004,000
    35.5
    48.7
    84.1
    419
    155.2
    4.25 x 4.92
    148
    6/IL
    11:1
    KB 180C
    E 2676 LE212
    LSA 463 S4
    180
    762,000
    1,704,420
    36.0
    44.6
    80.7
    757
    149.9
    4.96 x 6.54
    254
    6/IL
    14:1
    KB 240
    E 2676 LE212
    LSA 46.3 M7
    239
    965,000
    2,184,000
    37.3
    44.2
    81.4
    757
    197.3
    4.96 x 6.54
    335
    6/IL
    14:1
    KB 375
    E 3268 LE222
    LSA 47.2 S5
    373
    1,393,000
    3,263,000
    39.0
    42.7
    81.7
    1,049
    219.4
    5.20 x 6.18
    523
    8/V
    13.6:1
    KB 430
    E 3262 LE242
    LSA 47.2 M7
    430
    1,761,000
    3,969,000
    37.0
    44.4
    81.4
    1,573
    168.2
    5.20 x 6.18
    603
    12/V
    12:1
    KB 550
    E 3262 LE212
    LSA 49.3 S4
    550
    2,216,000
    4,958,000
    37.9
    44.7
    82.8
    1,574
    217.4
    5.20 x 6.18
    778
    12/V
    13.6:1
    Sound Level @ 1m
    Process Water Flow @ 180/160 ºF
    Process Water Temperature
    Exhaust Flow
    Exhaust Temperature
    NOx emission*
    CO emission*
    NMHC emission*
    Gas Pressure (Min)
    dB(A)
    GPM @ 20 ºF rise
    ºF
    lbs/hr
    ºF
    g/BHP-hr
    g/BHP-hr
    g/BHP-hr
    in WC
    75 +/- 3
    31
    180
    816
    356
    < 1.0
    < 2.5
    < 0.2
    10
    75 +/- 3
    50
    180
    1,307
    356
    < 1.0
    < 2.0
    < 0.1
    10
    75 +/- 3
    78
    180
    3,020
    356
    < 1.0
    < 2.0
    < 0.1
    10
    75 +/- 3
    99
    180
    3,161
    356
    < 1.0
    < 2.0
    < 0.1
    10
    75 +/- 3
    142
    180
    4,356
    356
    < 1.0
    < 2.0
    < 0.1
    10
    75 +/- 3
    180
    180
    5,265
    356
    < 1.0
    < 2.0
    < 0.1
    10
    75 +/- 3
    226
    180
    6,687
    356
    < 1.0
    < 2.0
    < 0.1
    10
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    * Correlation 15% O2. Lower NOx levels possible on request.
    Tech Data is based on 60% Methane / 40% Carbon Dioxide fuel gas mixture with calorific value of 580 BTU/ft3. Gas quality must meet engine manufacturer’s specifications.

    Tech Data is based on standard conditions in accordance with ISO 3046-1. Atmospheric pressure: 14.5 psi or 328 feet above sea level, Air Temperature : 77 degrees F, Relative Humidity: 30%

    Tolerances: Fuel Consumption + 5%, Thermal Output +/- 8%
    Sound Level Rating applies to Indoor Enclosed Module. Sound Level Rating applicable to Outdoor Enclosed Module is 65 dB(A) +/- 3 @ 10 m Heat transfer data is based on 40% glycol mixture