DESCRIPTION

Overview

A portable system is offered to process hazardous materials in a more economical and highly ECO-FRIENDLY way – using Brown’s gas (HHO). The principle is as simple as adding Brown’s gas to internal combustion engines, with one major difference only – here the combustion is external.

Science validation – and explanation of the factors involved in better incineration and lower emissions – are described in this 2012 study by brilliant Malaysian scientist Kho Boon Kie and American Professor Ashwani K. Gupta (University of Maryland):

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Source: APEC Youth Scientist Journal Vol. 4

Description

This system is designed for one general purpose: hazardous waste treatment, using Brown’s Gas (HHO) as shown in the video below. The system shown is NOT ours and this video is presented for educational purposes. The system and video were created by a highly professional company from Taiwan, Epoch Energy Technology Corporation.


We, WaterfuelPro Limited, do not intend to build standardized system because this industry is greatly diverse in terms of waste processing plant size, target materials, country regulations, etc. There are also unpredictable conditions such as epidemics and emergencies anticipated by neither regulators nor waste disposal industry.


Positioning


SPEC SHEET

Highly configurable.

Based on our standard SISBG units, see specs here.

A tailored system can have any number of such Brown’s gas generators. We start system design with the assumption that 1,800 litres of Brown’s gas would be required to assist incineration performed with 1 million BTU. Then, trials must be performed with the client’s own application, materials and environmental conditions (especially ambient temperature and humidity).

Emission levels are impossible to calculate prior to such trials, but known science (shown above) dictates that emissions from any given incinerator would be lowered when Brown’s gas is added.

System strength is also highly dependent on the required incineration level (reduction in contaminates and toxins) which is of course very different between:

regular incineration (e.g. municipal)

hazardous materials (e.g. industrial waste)

bio-hazards.

Block Diagram, Principal

Based on diagrams from Environmental Protection Department.

Pricing


SPOPP systems needs to be tailored on a case-by-case basis. Waste disposal operations will vary by whole order of magnitudes.>

The following factors provide a generalized idea on pricing but should not be construed (interpreted) to mean any kind of promise regarding pricing:

$15-20k per 1 million BTU/hr

$75k per 1 tonne/hr

These rough prices take into account (i.e., include) the costs of necessary SISBG units, control units and labour.

Pricing certainty: 85%, configurable by application.