Fuel Oil Treatment
Treatment of fuel oils represents a significant new application of the h2O Energizer Industrial.
By activating the fuel through the use of Omni Enviro’s magnetic resonance technology, it is now possible to change its structure and destroy its long molecular bonds of compound hydrocarbons.
This essentially reduces or reverses the creation of free radicals and the intensification of the burning process.
It’s widely known that hydrocarbon fuels create myriad environmental hazards. Yet protection against these harmful wastes and the recycling of oil-contaminated water can be quite expensive.
The h2O Energizer Industrial technology has been designed to protect the atmosphere and water resources alike against NOx, CO, soot, multiple-nucleus hydrocarbons, oil products, and other hazardous substances.
How it works
Our technology is based on the idea of fuel oil burning as water and fuel-oil emulsions.
For this to be effective, it is necessary for the water and the fuel-oil emulsion to be readied as a homogenous mixture of fuel oil and moisture.
A stable combustion and burning process may be secured, provided these conditions are observed with the moisture of the water and fuel-oil emulsion reaching 20% and, at times, rising beyond 50%.
Enhanced efficiency of the emulsion burning – even at extremely low excesses of air – accounts for a micro-explosion of the emulsion drops, owing to the boiling temperature differences of water and fuel oil.
Once further atomization of emulsion drops is employed, their evaporation rate accelerates and, consequently, the fuel mixes with the air more readily.
The application of this technology at existing power stations and boilers creates yet another benefit. There are no considerable design-related modifications required for the gas line.
Once the boilers switch over to the water and fuel-oil combustion, some slight corrections will be introduced to the fuel-oil line of the heat power station or the boiler.
This technology is quite compatible with the technologies for fuel combustion performed by contemporary industrial equipment.