MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2015-12-18
A system for reducing pollutants from the burning of a fossil fuel includes a pressure vessel containing in its interior a feedstock (e.g., methanol) and at least one set of electrodes. An electric arc is formed between the electrodes and the feedstock is exposed to a plasma of the electric arc thereby converting at least some of the feedstock into a gas. There are controls for the electric arc and a way to collect the gas. The gas is mixed with flue gases from burning of fossil fuels and secondarily burned (the mixture of flue gases and the gas in combination are ignited), thereby reducing the amount of pollutants.
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).
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2015-02-04
A combustible fluid that includes sufficient suspended charged carbon particles or nanoparticles as to affect the burning characteristics of the combustible fluid that includes the suspended charged carbon particles or nanoparticles.
MagneGas Corporation | Date: 2014-04-03
A method with various related apparatus polarizes the orbits of atomic electrons by strong magnetic fields creating in the atomic structure a magnetic field. The polarized atoms are introduced onto fuels, improving an efficiency of the fuels, including but not limiting to, new forms of gaseous, liquid and solid fuels with a bonded-in content of Hydrogen, Oxygen and/or other gases to enhance energy output and decrease contaminants in the exhaust. Further, methods of coating computer chips and other surfaces for their protection against oxidation, new fuels with energy content and flame temperatures greater than those of the conventional form of the same fuels, etc.
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.