Industry Leader in Biogas Conditioning
Unison Solutions, Inc., founded in 2000, is an industry leader in biogas conditioning, BioCNG™ vehicle fuel systems and distributed generation. Unison systems have been installed around the world at landfills, wastewater treatment facilities (WWTF), dairies and food processing digester plants. Unison has manufactured gas conditioning and compression packages in sizes that range from 20 scfm up to 8,000 scfm. Our expertise in purifying biogas includes hydrogen sulfide removal, siloxane removal, CO2 removal, compression and gas quality monitoring.
To date, Unison has provided over 195 gas conditioning and compression systems to the biogas marketplace. Unison has 38 employees including engineers, CAD drafters, PLC programmers, welders, fabricators, electricians and service technicians. Unison Solutions is an ASME certified manufacturing shop specializing in stainless steel tank fabrication and our in‐house, UL 508A panel shop gives us the credibility to design and build custom control panels that meet the specifications of each individual biogas system installation. Unison Solutions is uniquely positioned to provide all facets of a renewable energy project from equipment fabrication to startup and ongoing maintenance support in-house.
- Janesville WWTP, Wisconsin
140 scfm Biogas Conditioning System for (4) CR65, and (1) CR200 Capstone Turbines and
BioCNG™ 50 vehicle fuel ...
- Sheboygan WWTP, Wisconsin, achieves net zero energy and was awarded the 2013 Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Wisconsin
- BioCNG™ Harnesses Landfill Gas for Dane County Fleet
- Gundersen Health System, La Crosse County Wins EPA 2012 Project of the Year for Landfill Biogas—Electricity Generation Project
- Hydrogen Sulfide Removal Systems
- Gas Compression Systems
- Gas Blower Systems
- Moisture Removal Systems
- Siloxane Removal Systems
- Custom Systems
- BioCNG™ Vehicle Fuel Systems
- Capstone Turbine Distributor
- Automation & Controls
- Vessels & Custom Fabrication
Over 240 Megawatts Supported