The updated biogas plant control system from Weltec Biopower includes new functionalities for process optimization as well as a user interface that provides a quick and comprehensive overview of the entire plant.


  • Easier feeding processes thanks to FellowFeed and GuidoFill 
  • Clear display of processes for the entire system 
  • Short click paths, thus saving time in day-to-day work 
  • Wide range of business evaluation options 
  • Exportable reports as proof for authorities, banks and experts 
  • Energy planning and avoidance of peak loads thanks to a graphical overview of the stirring intervals 
  • Alerting according to prioritization 
  • Intuitive user interface, tooltips 
  • Integrable into other systems
  • Web-based use on mobile devices 
  • User management with rights assignment and simultaneous access

Staying atop industry needs is of prime concern across the biogas sector. As such, the biogas plant control system from Weltec Biopower is receiving a general update. This includes new functionalities for process optimization as well as a user interface that provides a quick and comprehensive overview of the entire plant thanks to a symbolism designed according to the latest findings and clarity in the display. The control system sections previously known as LoMos and CeMos will also merge under the new name WB Control in future. WB Control can be used for both small and complex industrial systems.

The web-based software gives operators complete and fast access to all important system parameters. A customizable dashboard provides a quick overview of the most important process data at any time. Several users can access WB Control simultaneously.


The intuitive, logical navigation through the software offers maximum transparency and security for an efficient workflow. 

“The increased requirements of plant operators and investors for comprehensive and clear monitoring of plant data, especially for continuous process optimization, were the guiding principle for us when designing the modern control system,” emphasizes Wolfgang Bokern, head of technology at Weltec Biopower. 

Diagrams and reports can be created individually according to defined values and summarized into daily, monthly, or annual overviews at the click of a mouse. Optimum energy planning to avoid peak loads is achieved, for example, through overviews of the agitator intervals. This allows agitators to be controlled individually.

The new user interface enables a wide range of business evaluation options, such as trend analyses and other graphical evaluations of individually defined values such as consumption data or production figures. Thanks to the archiving and export functions, all data is available at any time as proof for authorities, banks, and external experts. 


Newly integrated functions such as FellowFeed and GuidoFill simplify the feeding process and make everyday work easier. FellowFeed measures the target filling level of the gas and automatically adjusts the feeding quantities if required. GuidoFill provides operators with a tool that supports the correct filling of their solid matter feeders with a mixture of input materials. On the basis of job lists, pumping and feeding processes can be precisely timed and displayed using the filter function. Overviews of gas management and water distribution allow other material flows in the system to be monitored.

Individually configurable alarm management informs users immediately in the event of system malfunctions. This allows the operator to react quickly and the Weltec Biopower service team can connect to the control system at any time via remote control to resolve any malfunctions that arise. 

WB Control: Comprehensive monitoring of the entire biogas plant for optimum performance, as here at a plant in the Czech Republic.


One of Weltec Biopower‘s strengths is the construction of individual, technically sophisticated solutions up to a plant size of ten megawatts. A central element here is the high proportion of components developed in-house. Stainless steel technologies also ensure flexible substrate use, fast assembly with low effort, and a consistently high-quality standard regardless of location. After commissioning, Weltec‘s mechanical and biological service significantly ensures economic efficiency.

The company has just as much experience in the field of biogas production and utilization. At ten of its sites the plants produce biogas. Some of this is processed into biomethane and made available to energy suppliers and filling station operators throughout Germany via the public gas network. Furthermore, at sixteen locations, municipalities and companies, such as those in the gardening, housing, and healthcare sectors, are supplied with decentralized heat as part of Weltec‘s energy contracting.


Weltec Biopower GmbH is one of the world’s leading enterprises in the field of stainless-steel biogas plant construction. The company has planned, developed, and built anaerobic digestion plants since 2001. Today, the medium-sized company has about eighty employees at the headquarters in Vechta, Germany, and has established more than 350 energy plants in twenty-five countries worldwide. The global distribution and service network spans six continents. The range of customers includes businesses from the agriculture, food, waste, and wastewater industries. For more information visit,

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