Since the 1930s, IGF has been supplying high quality gas handling products. We are now investing in local production of biogas, where food producers and farms around the country are given the opportunity to convert biological waste into energy – completely locally. Our customers range from agriculture and the food industry to municipalities and other actors in the public sector.
IGF Biogas offers biogas plants in the following sizes:
IGF Biogas also offers stand-alone products such as:
IGF Biogas also offers professional consultation in:
Customer adapted biogas plants
We adapt all our facilities based on the customer's specific needs and conditions. The choice of the right technology solution is based on more than 15 years of operating experience in biogas production. IGF Biogas can offer many choices, as we are not locked into a specific technology.
The IGF (Industrigasföreningen) was formed in the 1930s with the aim of supplying equipment to the gasworks customers. Among other things, gas stoves for coke-produced city gas. There are still around 40,000 gas stoves from IGF in use around the country.
When natural gas arrived in the early 1980s, IGF was incorporated under the name IGF Energigas AB. The owners then became 50% Swedegas and 50% Vattenfall, which came to focus on small-scale natural gas-powered cogeneration plants, Otto engines. The focus then shifted to biogas and Totem engines, based on Fiat 127 engines. About 600 Totem engines were delivered.
IGF Biogas sees the light of day
In the mid-1990s, IGF Gasprodukter was spun off from IGF Energigas. IGF Energigas further focused on stoves, while IGF Gasprodukter - now IGF Biogas - invested in the industry with products such as gas torches, gas engines (CHPs), gas storage and more.
IGF Biogas has existed for almost 30 years in its current form. Almost 100 years ago, the Industrigasföreningen (IGF), the origin of IGF Biogas, was formed.