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MagneGas Corporation, Lynch, Rodriguez, Marton and Conz | Date: 2017-05-24

A system for producing a gas includes a pressure vessel containing in its interior a feedstock that is oil-based and at least one set of electrodes in which an electric arc is formed between the electrodes. The system includes a mechanism for exposing the feedstock to a plasma of the electric arc thereby converting at least some of the feedstock into a gas. The gas comprises from 50-60% hydrogen, from 9-16% ethane, from 8-12% carbon monoxide, from 5-12% ethylene, from 3-8% methane, from 2-3% other trace gases, and from 1-2% carbon dioxide (all %Vol/Vol).


Patent
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2016-12-15

A system for incinerating bio-hazardous waste includes a chamber having there within a hydrocarbon feedstock and a plurality of electrodes between which an electric arc is formed, producing an arc-based gas. The system includes at least one primary combustion chamber in which an amount of bio-hazardous waste is incinerated. A source of combustion is interfaced to each of the at least one primary combustion chambers, thereby providing heat and ignition to the bio-hazardous waste. A secondary combustion chamber accepts fumes from the at least one primary combustion chamber and combines the fumes with the arc-formed gas and then the fumes mixed with the arc-formed gas are combusted.


A method of processing excrement of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, insects, and/or humans includes sterilizing the excrement to create a sterile fluid, adding one or more nutrients and adding microorganisms such as genus bacillus to the sterile fluid creating a processed fluid. The good microorganisms multiply and divide in the processed fluid, thereby reducing the growth of harmful or unwanted microorganisms in the processed fluid. The processed fluid is then, for example, released into waterways or used to water/fertilized crops.


Patent
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2015-06-12

A system for producing a gas includes a reactor (pressure vessel) containing in its interior a feedstock and a set of electrodes. A computer is operatively interfaced to a power supply, the power supply providing power to the electrodes. Software stored in a non-transitory storage that is accessed by the computer, runs on the computer and accepts operator control commands. Responsive to the operator control commands, the software instructs the computer to control the power supply and form an electric arc between electrodes. The software controls a pump to flow the feedstock through a plasma of the electric arc. The electric arc converts at least some of the feedstock into a gas. The gas is collected for later use. The software reads a level sensor that is interfaced to the reactor. When the level sensor indicates a feedstock level is low, the software initiates flow of additional feedstock into the reactor by way of controlling a second pump.


Patent
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2015-07-17

A system for generating energy from biomass uses an arc-produced gas, either in the primary burn process to achieve higher burning temperatures, in a secondary after-burn process to reduce pollutants, or in both the primary burn process and after-burn process. The use of arc-produced gas results in increased efficiency, reduced emissions, and additional heat energy. Heat produced is used, for example, to generate electricity. In some embodiments, the arc-produced gas is combined with another fuel such as oil or natural gas for desired burn characteristics and/or for economic reasons.


Patent
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2015-07-17

A system for producing a gas includes a pressure vessel containing in its interior a feedstock and at least one set of electrodes in which an electric arc is formed between the electrodes. The system includes a mechanism for passing of the feedstock through a plasma of the electric arc thereby converting at least some of the feedstock into a gas. The system has a way to controlling the electric arc by, for example, a controller adjusting the position of the electrodes of the arc and/or voltage applied to those electrodes. The system collects the gas and during the production of the gas, the system measures at least one of a conductance of the feedstock and a viscosity of the feedstock and, based on this/these measurements, the system introduces a material into the pressure vessel such as fresh feedstock, a solvent, tap water, distilled water, etc.


Patent
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2015-07-14

A system for producing a gas includes a pressure vessel containing in its interior a feedstock that is oil-based and at least one set of electrodes in which an electric arc is formed between the electrodes. The system includes a mechanism for exposing the feedstock to a plasma of the electric arc thereby converting at least some of the feedstock into a gas. The gas comprises from 50-60% hydrogen, from 9-16% ethane, from 8-12% carbon monoxide, from 5-12% ethylene, from 3-8% methane, from 2-3% other trace gases, and from 1-2% carbon dioxide (all % Vol/Vol).


An application for a recycler includes a pressure and temperature resistant metal vessel that is filled with a liquid. Within the vessel is at least one submerged electric arc between a pair of electrodes (e.g. carbon based electrodes) powered by either a DC or AC current. The electric arc produces a combustible gas as the liquid is pumped through a bore in one or both of the electrodes, delivering the liquid directly to the location of the arc, thereby reducing or eliminating any ignition of the gas by the arc. Should ignition occur, at least one vent in the electrode(s) or electrode holder(s) vents pressure from within the bore to the vessel area outside of the electrode(s).


Patent
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2015-04-09

A system for incinerating waste using Magnegas either in the primary burn process to achieve higher waste burning temperatures, in a secondary after-burn process to reduce pollutants, or in both the primary burn process and after-burn process. The use of Magnegas results in increased efficiency, reduced emissions, and additional heat. Heat produced is optionally used to generate electricity. In some embodiments, Magnegas is combined with another fuel such as oil or natural gas for desired burn characteristics or for economic reasons.


Patent
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2015-05-04

A system for producing a hybrid gas includes a pressure vessel containing in its interior a feedstock with at least one set of electrodes between which an electric arc is formed. The at least one set of electrodes is within the pressure vessel and submerged in the feedstock. A fluid system passes the feedstock through a plasma of the electric arc, thereby converting a portion of the feedstock into an arc-produced gas. The arc-produced gas is collected and mixed with at least one supplementary fluid to produce the hybrid gas.

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