VÍTKOVICE has for  50 years been a supplier and manufacturer of large capacity enamelled storage tanks for the CR and abroad. Enamel tank applications, manufactured by VÍTKOVICE are Bio gas stations with enamel  anaerobic reactors, which are equipment and package for the anaerobic stabilization of waste materials and  waste from agricultural animals (pigs, beef, fowl) or for ko-fermentation of additional organic materials  and at the same time use the produced bio gas to produce electrical energy – a grant for use of renewable resources

The technological whole of the bio gas station contains equipment for the accumulation and preparation of input materials including eventual hygienisation, anaeriobic reactors – fermentors Working based on the principle of wet fermentation in the mezophilic and thermophilic areas of temperature, gas management with sulphur scrubbing, equipment for the manufacture of electrical energy and heat, drainage of water and storage of rotted waste.

Enamel fermentors allow a high level of organic waste reduction as well as waste fluids, from the agricultural and communal sector. Gas tight tanks, equipped with excellent surface protection based on baked enamel, present the best solution for metal protection from corrosion, based on the influence of fermentation gasses. As well the rector is contructed to be able to deal with any installed mixer, external pumps or gasses. The internal equipment of the reactor can be modified to meet requirements for the optimum processing of a concrete substance, which is most often waste treatment waste, agricultural excrement or waste water from the pharmaceutical and food industries. Fermentors are supplied individually or in a turn-key bio gas reactor technological group. The most progressive solution is enamel reactors with a sedimentary membrane gas container. Additional to the equipment is an independant non-pressurised gas container with built in bladder in a lightened enamel tank to the capacity of 5000 m3. Enamelled tanks with roofing, either fixed or odour proof textile are further used as an input reservoir and storage tanks for digested compounds.

The pilot installation of the fermentors has been in operation for the over ten years on the  SPV Plevnice.The newest one was built in ZEMSPOL Farm in Pustejov willage. Enamelled fermentors with a fixed roof vertically mixed of individual pumps with a volume of 5000 m3 Have been installed in 28 cases.

VÍTKOVICE. Have a long history of experience and own know-how in the execution of whole bio gas station projects,  Individual reactors or tanks and parts of technological wholes, which are the result of cooperation with the foremost agricultural and water management specialists.



  • – stabilizing livestock excrements and reducing odors
  • – energy recovery of organic waste
  • – ecological production of electric and thermal energy
  • – reducing the energy costs of the business and improving the market competitiveness
  • – production of quality organic fertilizer
  • – closed cycle of improving soil fertility
  • – reduction of dependence on fossil fuels and reduction of greenhouse gases
  • – enhancing income and income activities for farmers and rural areas
  • – increasing competitiveness and stabilizing agriculture

– increasing energy self-sufficiency of the state



  • – free advice and solution design
  • – own design and construction activity of own know-how
  • -unique inhouse production
  • – supply and realization work
  • warranty and post-warranty service



In order to guarantee the long life of gas engines, each digestor has its own biological desulphurisation, based on the principle of air feeding into the gas space of the digestor. This simple natural method guarantees a stable operation of desulphurisation without any additional operating costs. Further biological or chemical desulphurization of biogas may be used at the customer’s request.


Our biogas plants are controlled by an automated process control system. The operator thus regulates the process through the visualization program from the dispatcher’s workplace. The display shows the current measured values, alarm states, alarm messages received, and archived traffic data. Last but not least, this control also allows remote access for efficient and quick troubleshooting.


Biogas plant in Pustějov belongs to a group of agricultural biogas stations supplied by us. The digestors have been selected for the station with a solid glass-fused to steel roof allowing for work with higher gas pressure. The station is supplied with beef and pork slurry with the addition of corn silage, beet pulp and grass sausage in the amount of 130 m3 / day and dry matter of 10-12%. The inlet substrate is heated to 40 ° C for 30 days during fermentation. The resulting gas is used to produce electricity in four cogeneration units with a total power output of 680 kW. Heat energy is used to heat digestors and cowsheds.

The basic element of the biogas plant in Pustějov are two digestors made of glass-fused to steel sheets, each with a working volume of 2100 m3. Each digestor has a special steel screwed roof with a membrane gas tank with a total volume of 700 m3


Parameters of biogas station:

– Co-fermentation of beef and pigmeat with the addition of by-products of animal and plant origin at a rate of 130 m3 / d on a dry weight of up to 12%.

– Mesophilic fermentation at 40 ° C

  • Generation of electricity on four cogeneration units (total power 680 kW) with a 95% run time at full power.
  • Annual production of el. is more than 4,772 MWh of energy
  • Annual heat output of more than 21,135 GJ.
  • The expected use of waste heat for drying crop products and heating



Biogas plant in Piasczyna reflects our years of experience in the construction and operation of biogas stations and connects them in a unique biogas plant technology. For this biogas station, digestors with a membrane mounted roof in the form of a gasholder have been selected to ensure efficient accumulation of large amounts of gas evolved. A biogas plant is installed as part of a distillery technology and forms a closed functional unit with it. The station thus processes an almost pure batch of high acidity waste distillates with a small addition of corn silage. The resulting dry weight of the batch thus reaches only 8%. The substrate is processed for about 30 days in the station.

The resulting station output reaches 2000 kW of electrical power and 2500 kW of heat, which is used to heat the distillery. The energy source itself and the way waste distilleries are processed guarantee a reduction in the operating costs of the distillery and a significant improvement in the market’s competitiveness.