PLASMA ARC FLOW
The Plasma Arc Flow™ is a patented technology based on flowing the target liquid waste through a submerged electric arc between two electrodes. The arc decomposes the liquid molecules into atoms and forms a plasma around the tips of the electrodes at about 10,000°F / 5,500 °C. The Plasma Arc Flow moves the plasma away from the electrodes and controls the formation of Syngas that rises to the surface for collection.
The Syngas is a cost-competitive synthetic gas made from many liquid wastes such as sewage, sludge, animal manure, glycerin, used antifreeze, some oil-based liquids and waste water. Syngas is a hydrogen-based fuel that has a combination of hydrogen, carbon monoxide and inert trace gases.
The Plasma Arc Flow exhaust has been certified by an automotive laboratory accredited with the US Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) to surpass all E.P.A. requirements without a catalytic converter, and is the only fuel that produces oxygen when it burns, making it dramatically cleaner than gasoline, diesel, and natural gas. The synthesis gas produced is composed of hydrogen (55-65%), carbon monoxide (30-35%), carbon dioxide (1-2%), water vapor (2%), and trace gases (0.5-1%).
The PLASMA ARC FLOW™ process gasifies or sterilizes a number of liquid wastes into usable byproducts.
GASIFICATION MODE: is suitable to completely gasify target liquids for the maximum conversion of liquid to fuel and is most suitable for oily or hazardous wastes that require elimination. The waste is converted into Syngas and carbon precipitates. In this mode the liquid is completely gasified.
STERILIZATION MODE: is intended solely to sterilize target liquid wastes such as sewage, agricultural wastes or any effluent where eliminating bacteriological activity is beneficial to convert the waste liquid into a fertilizer and irrigation water. This results in the production of Syngas, carbon precipitates and the same quantity of sterilized liquid. In this mode the liquid is retained but completely sterilized.
EAWC Waste to Energy Power Plant
Waste-to-energy (WtE) or Energy-from-Waste (EfW) is the process of generating energy in the form of electricity and/or heat from the management of waste.
The system is able to produce energy from waste and other fuels without direct combustion. These technologies have the potential to produce more electric power from the same amount of fuel than would be possible by direct combustion. For Example, 1000 tons-per day of waste is processed at a typical large municipality. The operation's daily output, could be hundreds of thousands Kilowatt hours, millions of gallons drinking water and millions of cubic feet of valuable hydrogen gas for sustainable power generation.