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Saturday, April 22, 2006

Electronic Catalytic Convertor cum Fuel Synthesizer

Hydrodrive Systems offer Electronic Catalytic Convertor cum Fuel Synthesizer, Hydrodrive FW-1. The product has received patent rights from the Government of India (vide Patent No: 200286) and from the Government of Great Britain (vide Patent No: GB 2397782). It is a pre-engine device used to control the exhaust emissions of all four stroke internal combustion engines using diesel, leaded, unleaded petrol and gaseous fuels. It improves fuel properties for better combustion, works with all fuels and offers fuel savings. The Convertor is a retrofit in between the diesel/gasoline engine fuel filter and before the fuel injection pump/carburetor. The Convertor cum Fuel Synthesizer provides molecular engineering of the fuels for improved combustion, lower emissions, reduced fuel consumptions in diesel generators/diesel engines used in many industrial applications. In automobile applications, it is powered by the 12V battery present in the vehicle. It comprises of an open ended fuel passage cum nano-wire wave guide for obstruction free fuel flow in the fuel system, a co-axial resonator made of nano-structure/nano-wire wave guide mechanisms for propagation and transmission of one or all waves - microwaves, photon emissions, sound waves, surface waves and other types of waves including electrostatic ion-cyclotron waves, Alfen waves, and quantum waves in the presence of a transverse direct current. It enhances engine performance. The changes in the kinetics of the combustion process make the combustion full and complete resulting in reduced emissions than in an exhaust catalytic Convertor. When used along with a conventional exhaust catalytic Convertor, it facilitates moving towards zero emissions in gasoline engines tuned towards lean mixture. With diesel engines, it reduces the smoke and suspended particulate emissions by over 60%. In general, the microwave heating melts the wax, sulphur for full combustion and changes the viscosity and density of the diesel under magneto-hydro-dynamic flow conditions. The wax and sulphur in melted conditions flows freely without clogging the diesel injection nozzles and maintains the original diesel spray pattern within the combustion chamber, which worsens with usage otherwise. The peak cylinder pressure and peak cylinder temperature are reduced. This is reflected in the smoothness of the engine operation with enhanced power and pick up and extension of the slow speed limit in the top gear avoiding frequent gear shifts. In all engines, the soot within the combustion chamber is automatically de-carbonized in about 1500 kilometer of vehicle run after fitment.


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