The Cost of Oxy-hydrogen
In the world of energy, and in particular in the world of combustion, nothing comes close to the economic efficiency of Brown’s Gas Oxy-hydrogen generated from water.
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By taking one liter of distilled water as its raw input, and adding four kilowatts of electricity, a Brown’s Gas generator produces 1,866.67 liters of clean and combustible gas per hour with a calorific value of 32 Kcal per liter.
This means at an electricity price of 13 Rupees per kilowatt hours that 59,733 Kcal is generated for a cost of 52 Rupees, meaning a cost of 0.0009 Rupees per Kcal generated. For western readers that converts to about US$0.00001 cents per Kcal.
As a comparison, the Table below presents data obtained from clients in India showing the cost per kilocalorie for a variety of fuels used in industry.:
|Fuel||Kilocalories||Cost in Rupees||Cost per Kcal|
|Furnace Oil||8000 per liter||55.0||0.007|
|Natural Gas||8500 per m3||40.0||0.005|
|Indian Coal||3600 per|
|Oxy-hydrogen||32000 per m3||27.9||0.0009|
The cost per kilocalorie in Indian Rupees is shown visually in the graph below.
It is easy to see that a company’s fuels costs are immediately reduced when the kilocalorie value of a fuel is replaced with Oxy-hydrogen kilocalories.
Oxy-hydrogen is a combustion catalyst fed into the air-intake of combustion plant, and for two decades has been proven to substitute for traditional fuels efficiently and cost-effectively in the combustion process.
The Oxy-hydrogen catalyst causes fuels to fully combust.
This means more heat is extracted from the same volume of fuels, simultaneously reducing the volume of unburnt hydrocarbons (by 96%) going up the smokestack as emissions into the atmosphere and surrounding environment.
Oxy-hydrogen is cheapest
Oxy-hydrogen is cleanest
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