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Modular automation solutions for biogas

12.12.2012
January 29, 2013 will see the start of three key trade fairs for biogas, energy systems, the environment and sustainability in Leipzig: The enertec, the Biogas and the Terratec.

From January 29 – 31, Siemens will be exhibiting its portfolio of modular solutions for automation, energy management and heat recovery at booth B19 in Hall 4.

The focus of the Siemens offering will be on the Simatic product spectrum with the scalable Simatic PCS 7 process control system, and on its wide-ranging process instrumentation and analytics portfolio for the biogas industry.

Siemens will also be showcasing its SST-040 mini steam turbine designed for the generation of electricity in the 60 – 300 kilowatt power range.

The company will also be unveiling its Set BGA(Bio- Gas-Analysis) system based on the Ultramat 23 gas analyzer.

Completing the Siemens trade fair offering will be a lecture on the topic of “Distributed power generation from waste heat“ as part of the Forum enertec in Hall 4 (January 29, 2013, 2 p.m.).

| Siemens Presseservice
Further information:
http://www.siemens.com/biogas

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