// Gas conditioning using membrane technology

Gas conditioning by means of membrane technology is based on the different gas transport (permeation rates) of individual gas components through a membrane. The process engineering investment required for membrane technology is relatively low in comparison with other gas conditioning methods. Membrane technology has a modular structure allowing it to be quickly adapted to changing operating conditions and a wide range of loads. The technology can be used for various separating tasks, such as the processing of a synthesis gas or biogas into a substitute natural gas (SNG) or the conditioning of gas streams (adjustment of ratios of individual gases), and it is also suitable for smaller plants.

Range of services

  • Test facility for the characterisation of membrane modules
  • Investigation of dynamic long-term properties of gas by-products
  • Dimensioning of gas conditioning systems


Test facilities suitable for endurance testing

  • Operating pressure: 0 - 16 bar
  • Operating temperature (tempered chamber): 5 - 60°C
  • Volume flow: 0 – 20 m3STP/h
  • Variable gas compositions, e.g. H2, CH4, CO2, CO, N2, H2O, air
  • Gas analysis system
  • Volume flow and mass flow measurement systems


Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Bernd Stürmer
+49 711 78 70-249