Hydrogen Gas System Applications
Our hydrogen power system is ready to be manufactured at scale and installed on any four-stroke, internal combustion engine running any hydrocarbon fuel. On average, this will result in an over 50% reduction in particulate matter and 10% reduction in fuel. In some cases for stationary power generators, we have cut fuel costs by 50%. Our systems are also modular which means that companies selling cars, trucks, construction equipment or stationary power generators can install our systems under a licensing agreement at any OEM facility. This conversion of their existing products into hydrogen hybrids will allow these legacy manufacturers to meet all government emission standards.
Our Electrolysis Process Chambers
We use a circular process chamber, built to ASME pressure vessel standards that can safely store the hydrogen and oxygen at over 1,000 psi. This chamber has operated in temperatures ranging from -40C to +70C with over a million miles of on-road, real world usage. You can plug our system into any solar, wind or other intermittent power source, store the gas, then use the gas to produce the power as needed.
We developed our own linear generator with help from a financial award from the Canadian Department of Defence. We are also using off-the-shelf linear compressors to produce power from the compression created when we combust our hydrogen-oxygen mixture along with external air. In simplest terms, we are using air pressure to move a magnet that creates electricity.
We are also partnering with leaders in the developing Linear Generator market to diversify the power production portfolio. There are many different applications for the power and different ways to use the gas as a fuel, and we are interested in helping further the technology as a whole. Although you will need more complexity and moving parts, some companies prefer more traditional combustion processes to move the piston. In scenarios where the power stored is expensive or in short supply, having above 50% conversion efficiency will be more valuable than simplicity of design and manufacturing.
Our Hydrogen Oxygen Combustion Chamber (HOCC). We have designed a combustion chamber using our electrolysis process chamber design. We add a few PSI of hydrogen and oxygen gas to the HOCC and ignite the gas. The ignition causes outside air to be sucked into the HOCC to support the combustion. The outside air and gas pressure combined is stored in our Air Pressure Chamber. For safety and longevity, the air pressure chamber also shares the electrolysis process chamber design.
Our Electrolysis Power Supply
Recently, we were able to use combined concepts from rapid charging technology for lithium ion batteries along with electronic motor controller technology to develop a power supply for electrolysis that can produce more gas for less power. The system is ‘intelligent’, and is constantly reading the state of our electrolysis process chamber. Every few milliseconds, our power supply pulses a different voltage, amperage, and polarity, based on what the process chamber needs. We also use Canadian made power supplies that are designed to military grade and have a ten year lifespan. The oscilloscope allows for detailed collection on power generation and consumption analytics, and we have the ability to remotely monitor or update systems.