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Sattler Ceno Biogas GmbH operates internationally in the field of renewable energies. We produce gas storage, covers and earthquakes at our production sites in Graz (AUT), Rudersdorf (AUT) and Greven (DE).

Sattler Ceno Biogas GmbH is an internationally active industrial company located in Graz and three production plants, in Graz, Rudersdorf and Greven in North Rhine Westphalia. More than 15 million m² of fabrics are produced each year for the world market, mainly awnings and shading fabrics as well as technical fabrics for the highest demands. Products and utilization concepts for the areas of environment, textile architecture and industry complete the offer. Whether sun protection fabrics, coated textiles for truck tarpaulins and advertising media, textile architecture or industrial applications such as biogas storage tanks and traglufthalls – with Sattler you realize textile visions.

Products & Service

Gas storage
The double diaphragm gas storage system allows the storage of large amounts of gas at low investment and operating costs

Baisins made out of soil
CENO baisins enable the safe storage of large amounts of manure or digestate at low cost

Container covers – pressure or mast-supported – are suitable for highest snow and wind loads. They combine memory function and coverage.

Success story

Highest quality “Made in Austria” in Australia
The Sattler Ceno Biogas GmbH was awarded the contract for the planning, construction and installation of a textile double-membrane gas storage unit (DMGS) for the storage of biogas in Brisbane, Australia. With a storage volume of 6,000 m³, it is one of the largest in the world and the No. 1 in Australia. A gas sales volume of 50,000 gigajoules per year is expected, which corresponds to an energy requirement of 3,000 households.

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Sattler Ceno Biogas GmbH
Sattlerstraße 45, 8077 Gössendorf, Austria

Contact person:
Dipl.Phys. Stefan Teuber
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