Certification of Magnegas Flame Temperature by the Institute of UltraFast Spectroscopy and Laser of the City College of New York
CERTIFICATIONS OF MAGNEGAS RECYCLERS
Various certifications dated August 23, 2008, of sterilization by PlasmaArcFlow Recyclers of municipal sewage and sludge. Note the Total fecal Counts after treatment below the detection limit of the instrument.
MG Sewage Sludge Results (pdf)
Certification dated February 15, 2010, of the processing of sewage of the City of Dunedin, Florida, with a 200 kW PlasmaArcFlow Recycler. Note again the Total fecal Counts after treatment below the detection limit of the instrument.
Dunedin (word doc)
Certification dated April 23, 2010 for the removal of copper from sewage of the City of Clearwater, Florida, by PlasmaArcFlow Recyclers.
Certification Copper Test (pdf)
Certification of electrode consumption for Magnegas Refineries Model 2011-V4 operated at 150 kW showing the duration of 15 (fifteen) hours for carbon poor liquid feedstock with bigger duration for carbon rich feedstock.
Certification of the production of Magnegas Fuel by the Magnegas Refineries Model 2011-V4 showing the production under 270 kW of 3,000 scf/hour or 83 m3 of Magnegas per hour.
Certification of Commercial Energy Efficiency (CEE) for Magnegas Refineries Model 2011-V4 operated at 166 kW showing that the total energy output, computed as the sum of the thermal energy content of magnolias produced plus the thermal energy in the heat acquired by the reactor, is 2,5 times the used electric energy, the excess energy being due to carbon combustion in the plasma surrounding the arc. It should be noted that, as explained in detail in the scientific web pages, that the Scientific Energy Efficiency (SEE) is always smaller then one when given by the ratio between the total energy out divided by the total energy in, the latter including carbon combustion.