HiGee technology is a type of mass transfer device that has been utilized in various chemical and environmental processes. In the context of biogas upgradation for Compressed Biogas (CBG) production, HiGee technology can be employed to enhance the efficiency of the upgrading process.

Biogas is typically composed of methane (CH4) along with other impurities such as carbon dioxide (CO2), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), water vapor, and trace contaminants. Upgrading biogas involves removing these impurities to meet the required specifications for use as Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) or Compressed Biogas (CBG).

Biogas upgradation using HiGee (RPB) technology involves the efficient removal of impurities, such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S), from raw biogas. In this process, a rotating bed of packing material enhances the contact between biogas and a liquid absorbent (solvent), promoting high mass transfer rates. The HiGee technology allows for continuous operation, ensuring a consistent and reliable removal of impurities. HiGee technology offers scalability and energy efficiency, making it a promising solution for upgrading biogas to meet the specifications required for Compressed Biogas (CBG) production.