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Wood support structure vs. string support for biogas dome

 
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Hi everyone,

Good day to you

May i know is there any reason for using wood support structure for biogas dome? (pine wood)
I see this application is quite popular in European countries.
Some people say wood support structure is not only provide the support for biogas dome when it is flaccid but also act as a "habitat" for bacteria to grow.
This "bacteria" is thiobacillus sp. which take part in converting hydrogen sulfide to sulfur.

So far we have no experience in using wooden support structure for biogas dome,
therefore, i wish to get some advice from expert all around the world.

Please share your experience

Thanks,
Charles
 
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