The AgriPower System

We custom design and manufacture a unique and proprietary line of advanced technology Waste-to-Energy, “Heat Only” and “Combined Heat and Power” systems (the “Systems”).

Instead of Biomass and other waste materials being brought to a landfill at considerable cost or decomposing and creating greenhouse gasses, the Systems enable a wide variety of waste products to instead be used as free or inexpensive fuel to produce low-cost, on-site, reliable, base load, heated air, hot water, steam, air conditioning, refrigeration and electric power. Wood, cardboard, paper, plastic and agricultural and forest waste, with up to a 50% moisture content, can be used as fuel. Savings from avoided disposal costs and reduced fuel purchases typically provide a payback period of 2.5 to 4 years. Our technology is proven; more than 60 Systems are currently in operation (some for more than 10 years) in schools, hospitals, factories, greenhouses and correctional facilities where hot water, heated air and steam are in great demand and otherwise expensive to produce using fossil fuels.

AgriPower's Modular and Transportable System

The Systems are “environmentally-friendly” and will comply with all current and currently proposed air permit requirements. They are computer controlled, fully automated and do not require any on-site operating or safely personnel (just low-cost labor to prepare the fuel). They have an extremely low “total cost of ownership”, have an uptime rate of >95% and are expected to have a useful life of at least 20 years.

The Systems enable commercial, industrial, agricultural, governmental and non-governmental organizations to affordably and responsibly use their waste to produce sustainable, secure and customer controlled heat energy, electric power and Co-Generation such as water purification and making ice.

AgriPower Unit Diagram

As shown in the above graphic, the Systems are prefabricated, modular, skid mounted and contain quick-connect fittings, making them easy to handle, ship and transport to the fuel source, whether at on-grid or remote off-grid locations such as workplace and mining camps and Indigenous communities. They can be placed on trailers (not included) or barges and transported to where they are needed, removed from the trailers, rapidly placed into service and utilized on-site for as long as necessary. If they need to be re-located, they can be easily and quickly dismantled, re-mounted on trailers and re-deployed to other sites. The Systems are not designed to be operated while on a trailer bed; they should be installed and operated inside of or under a suitable enclosure on an inexpensive cement or gravel lay-down pad. AgriPower’s modular, skid mounted and waste heat air conditioning, refrigeration and electric generation modules (shown below) can also be easily transported as shown. Rapid set-up and installation and dismantling and redeployment times are significant benefits of the System.

AgriPower's biomass fueled systems provide a clean and reliable source of electricity and Co-Generation.

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Generate clean, green energy at a significant financial savings using a variety of sizes.

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The System can use a wide variety of fuels in a number of different types of applications.

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About AgriPower

Our Products. AgriPower, Inc. is a Delaware (U.S.) corporation established in 2004. We design, manufacture, install, maintain and service a wide range of unique, proprietary, modular and transportable, Waste-to-Energy, “Heat Only” and “Combined Heat & Power” systems (the “Systems”). The Systems contain numerous advanced technology features and are designed and engineered to be fueled by a wide variety of wet and dry (or mixed) customer waste materials including “Biomass” (all types of wood, cardboard, paper, agricultural by-products, forest residuals and manure), with up to a 50% moisture content, and certain types of plastic (see list on page 3). Using this waste as fuel, the Systems can cleanly produce low-cost, on-site, base load, heat energy, air conditioning, refrigeration and electricity and provide a variety of “Co-Generation” applications including water desalination and purification, making ice and low-grade heat for heating buildings and pre-heating cold water.

Each System can process from 1 to 60 tons of waste per day in an environmentally-friendly manner and produce from 500,000 to 30 MM BTUs/hr of heat energy and satisfy numerous high temperature heating (and cooling) needs such as producing ultra-hot air, hot water and steam for heating (and air conditioning) buildings, drying various materials such as paint, lumber and excessively wet fuel or bonding numerous materials and refrigerating various products. In addition to their heat energy output, the Combined Heat and Power Systems can also produce from 125 kW to 1.3 MW (gross) of continuous electric power. Using the add-on modules described below, the Systems enable the production of air conditioning and refrigeration without the need for electric power.

The Systems have a long history of reliable, robust and low-maintenance performance. More than 60 Systems are currently in commercial operation, some for more than 10 years, primarily at schools, hospitals, industrial sites and correctional facilities, where heat, hot water and steam are in great demand and expensive to produce and where there is a continuous supply of waste that can be used as fuel instead of being trucked to a landfill.

System Benefits. The Systems enable commercial, industrial, agricultural, governmental, charitable and other organizations to productively dispose of the waste they generate, or can obtain, by cleanly converting it to low-cost heat energy, electricity and/or Co-Generation, thus ensuring their own “energy independence” and “sustainability”. The Systems solve several significant problems many enterprises face on a daily basis including disposing of their waste materials in an economic and environmentally responsible manner, obtaining low-cost heat energy, electricity and/or Co-Generation, reducing fuel purchases and ensuring on-site heat and power reliability. The Systems provide significant savings and attractive payback periods from reduced fees for waste disposal, transport and taxes, from reduced costs of producing heat energy, electricity and Co-Generation and from reduced propane and diesel fuel purchases. The Systems enable our customers to resolve these problems while improving their operating efficiency and bottom line performance and enhancing their environmental credentials. Their transportable design enables them to be used at a wide variety of on-grid and remote off-grid sites (such as factories, malls and shopping centers, lumber mills, workforce camps, mines, Indigenous communities, villages, towns, military bases and disaster sites) (see list on pg. 4) and for numerous applications.

AgriPower's Transportable System

As shown in the below graphic, the Systems are prefabricated, modular, skid mounted and contain quick-connect fittings, making them easy to handle, ship and transport to the fuel source, whether at on-grid or off-grid locations. They can be placed on trailers (not included) or barges and transported to where they are needed, removed from the trailers, rapidly placed into service and utilized on-site for as long as necessary. If they need to be moved, they can be easily and quickly dismantled, re-mounted on trailers and re-deployed to other sites. The Systems are not designed to be operated while on a trailer bed; they should be installed and operated inside of or under a suitable enclosure on an inexpensive cement or gravel lay-down pad. AgriPower’s modular, skid mounted and waste heat air conditioning, refrigeration and electric generation modules (see photos on page 3) can also be easily transported as shown. Prefabrication, modularity, skid mounting, ease of transport and rapid set-up and installation and dismantling and redeployment times are significant benefits of the System.

 
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