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How it works

The process results in the desegregation of the plant structure, thus releasing nutrients from the fibre that imprisons them. In a second phase, a separation takes place between the various components, which are eventually grouped into fractions with different chemical and physical qualities.

The output fractions can be used individually or mixed, to obtain products that can be allocated to nutrition, renewable energy and green chemistry.

The whole process is based on the transport of the material in currents of air at high speed which allows to preserve practically an intact organoleptic and nutritional properties of the biomass.

The Hyst, thanks to its characteristics it is able to provide an excellent nourishment from the earth’s untapped resources, it produces biogas without subtracting raw materials for food production.

The system is suitable for the pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass for energy purposes, with production costs extremely low compared to current market standards.