HYDROGEN PRODUCTION

 

Hydrogen on demand:  In addition to our former business (pharmaceuticals), we have used our catalytic chemistry capability to create a new catalyst which efficiently splits water, retains the oxygen in the liquid, and releases pure hydrogen for use as a fuel or for use as a fuel supplement.


This new catalyst, called CATALYTIC CARBON, has been patented.  The published patent can be reviewed online at

http://www.google.com/patents/WO2013016367A1?cl=en


This technology is currently being developed by a European research group (potenfial licensee) for use as a low-cost alternative fuel source for turbo-generation of electrical power.


The technology is also available for non-exclusive licensees who want to develop this technology for other applications or in other parts of the world.

Endorsement for Commercialization of Veer Singh's

Hydrogen Production System for Trucks -- Reduced fuel cost

 

Phillips Company has endorsed and encouraged the research being planned and carried out

by Veer Singh. 

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Endorsement for Commercialization by PhusionH2

 

Phillips Company has endorsed and encouraged the research being planned and carried out

by PhusionH2.  Licensing of the Phillips Company patented technology (described above) can be negotiated at the pleasure of PhusionH2.

 

Executive Summary

 

PhusionH2 is developing hydrogen (H2) generators that are based on the chemical
reaction between aluminium (Al) or iron (Fe) and water. The proposed system has a
potential to offer a low cost solution to H2 production contributing to the decarbonisation of
various applications. The Energy Innovation and Collaboration (EIC) team reviewed the
potential markets for the H2 generators; industrial applications such as ammonia and
methanol production, hydrogen-cooled electrical generators in power plants, material

handling equipment, back-up power, H2 refuelling stations, decarbonisation of heat and on-
board generators. Amongst those, existing industrial processes relying on H2 feedstocks

such as ammonia and methanol production and hydrogen-cooled electric generators, which
could also benefit from low cost on-site generation, could be early markets.

More information about the commercialization plan is described in the PDF file -->

Best cell design for HHO generation using electrolysis

Features are:

  1. Uses catalytic carbon technology to increase water splitting rate with low power input.

  2. Uses any water (tap, distilled, or sea water).

  3. Uses CLEAR water, not black water (much cleaner).

  4. Uses a carbon neutral plate.  Not necessary to make an electrical connection to the carbon material.

  5. Can use ANY metal for anode and cathode electrodes, including lead and iron.  We prefer lead but other metals work fine.

  6. Works well for any voltage ranging from 6 VDC to 20 VDC.

  7. Cells can be designed to work either with or without a PWM.

  8. Low power input causes low temp increase, with no thermal runaway.

More info:  Contact Phillips Company for engineering and construction details.

 

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