The AGAMA BiogasPro 6 has been certified by SAPGA.

TANK FITTINGS. Biogas is stored at low pressure, but for safety reasons, we recommend using the best quality approved gas pipe and stainless steel fittings. The fittings on top of the tank are supplied with the tank.

Each AGAMA BiogasPro comes with an accessory box including :

Contents: Items
1 AGAMA BiogasPro Manual 1
Product Datasheet
Tank and Plumbing Installation Guidelines
Gas Installation Guidelines
Operations and Maintenance Manual
Valve Configuration at Digester
Gas Configuration at Appliance
2 110mm rubber seal rings for liquid inflow and overflow 2
3 10 kPa Pressure gauge and backing flange 1
4 Desulphuriser 1
5 Flammable gas stickers 2
6 3/4″ stainless steel nipple 2
7 3/4″ stainless steel T 1
8 3/4″ stainless steel ball valve 1
9 1/4″ stainless steel ball valve 1
10 1/4″ stainless steel nipple 1
11 1/4″ x 3/4″ reducing bush 1

The manifold comprises – 3/4″ Nipple, 3/4″T-piece; 3/4″Nipple and 3/4″ball valve to the appliance; 3/4″x 1/4″ reducing bush ; 1/4″nipple; 1/4″ball valve for venting

PIPING – AGAMA Biogas recommends using multilayer Ginde SABS approved gas pipe – 16mm or 25mm. The pipe is flexible, safe and can be connected using special Ginde clamps .

Please watch the short Youtube video on using the DIY clamp and reamer.

This is the 3/4″ Male x 16mm Ginde fitting to make the connection from the gas manifold to the gas pipe.

A simple gas line installation from the top of the tank to the kitchen uses:

a 3/4″ male x 1/2″ Male reducing nipple, then a

1/2″ female NPT x Ginde 16mm Ball valve

16mm Ginde gas line – R19.00 per m ex VAT

16mm Ginde gas * 8mm barbed hose connection –

This links the AGAMA BiogasPro tank to the kitchen by LPG flexible hose.

The only tools needed are :

FITTINGS – In the kitchen is a desulphuriser  to remove the sulphur smell of the gas, a 0-10 kPa pressure gauge  to show the gas level in the tank, a ball valve  to close off the biogas supply, then the cooker   or in multiple installations the water heater .