Gas Separation System
Sequestration systems capture and store the carbon emissions resulting from combustion. These systems consume energy in order to sequester emissions. As usual, Purify Soluitions has come up with a way in which sequestration, via gas separation, can occur while actully generating extra power, instead of consuming it. This sequestration method is retrofitable onto most all fossil-fuel combustion systems, such as cars, trucks, ships and power plants. Today, we clean up our emissions by regulating the emisssions of small number of new engines created any particular year, but leave the existing far-dirtier engines which make up the majority unregulated. With Purify's gas seperation technology, it is profitable to retrofit the massive number of existing dirty engines, turning the worst polluters into the cleanest engines and making the largest possible emissions reduction with the smallest number and cost of units installed.
The Gas Separation System takes exhaust gas from a combustion source, for instance. The Gas Separation System cools the exhaust with heat exchangers and compresses the exhuast with compressors. At the resulting conditions, the NOx, SOx, COx (Meaning carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide), and hydrocarbons emission condense, are separated, and are stored. Particulate matter emissions are also separated and stored. The result is 99+% emissions reductions, verging on the point where the exhasut gas is less polluted then the air we breathe. The remaining gas, nitrogen and oxygen, is warmed and expanded as it cools the incoming flow, regenerating its energy.
While typical sequestration systems consume energy and add to operational costs, Purify's Gas Separation System is different because it generates additional revenue. The outer turbochargers in the gas seperation system turn waste heat into extra electrical energy.
Smaller versions of the Gas Separation System, like for cars, store all of the emissions in the same tank, while larger versions, like for ships, further separate the emissions into their own separate tanks. The captured emissions are another source of revenue. NOx and SOx gases are used to create fertilizer. CO2 is used to enhance oil drilling operations. Likewise, smaller versions of the Gas Separation System just cover their energy demands with recaptured waste heat energy making them completely energy neutral. Larger versions of the Gas Separation Systems are more efficient and thus generates additional power.
Smaller versions of the Gas Separation System can be as small as for a 20hp generator. Larger versions of the Gas Separation System can be applied to a 40,000 hp marine diesel engine.
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