Baisch has exceeded my expectations with their design work, timely delivery of materials, and has done so at reasonable rates. There have been various times I needed Baisch’s help with my customers after hours and on weekends and our project manager has been there for us with a positive response without fail.  I would highly recommend Baisch to any prospective client.

—Managing Director, Omni Sulphur LLC


BioEnergy & BioFuels

Baisch provides complete engineering solutions for corn, sugar and cellulosic ethanol facilities, biorefineries, biodiesel plants and other biofuel-related projects.

Our expertise spans multiple categories, including:

  • Design engineering
  • Design of solids handling systems
  • Material handling systems
  • Design of distillation systems with solids
  • Design of solids liquid separation systems

Corn and Cellulosic Ethanol Experience

In the US, corn has been the leading ethanol source.  Currently, ethanol is blended with gasoline in two formulations – E10 and E85.  E10 is a mixture of 10% ethanol and 90% gasoline.  E85 is a mixture of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline. Baisch Engineering provides engineering services to corn-based ethanol and cellulosic biomass to ethanol facilities.

Baisch is the engineering resource for:

  • Pilot plants
  • Upgrades
  • Expansions

Biodiesel Experience

Biodisel is a diesel replacement fuel made from natural, renewable sources such as new and used vegetable oils and animal fats. Baisch Engineering provides services in several facets of biodiesel production, distribution, and use.  Services include:

  • Biodiesel plant process engineering
  • Testing and optimization
  • Energy efficiency in the production of biodiesel

Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information and how we can help you on your next important project!

Featured Project

Pilot Plant Expansion – Detailed Engineering

American Science and Technology – Wausau, Wisconsin Baisch Engineering assisted in the scale up of their bio-refinery pilot plant which increased their processing capacity from 200 pounds of lignocellulosic biomass per day to 2 tons per day. Baisch was be responsible for detailed design for all disciplines as well as cost estimating, programming of the DCS, and...
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