James Tracy, President 1506 W. Randolph St. Enid, OK 73703 580-478-8131
The 'Oxidant Generator'
Pure Power Inc. has filed for a provisional patent for the Oxidant generator #61131553. We are working on a prototype generator that synthesizes Nitrous Oxide (N20) and Ozone (O3) from earths atmosphere. The device uses a microwave plasma to ionize input gases, breaking the chemical bonds which releases solids such as carbon, and the gases reform as nitrous oxide and ozone. While these are greenhouse gases, they are to be used to increase fuel efficiency and reduce carbon emissions. Exhaust gases are recycled back into the oxidant generator, which releases solids, and reforms the gases into oxidants. Nitrous Oxide has a proven record of increasing fuel efficiency and reducing emissions, but the conventional method of heating ammonium nitrate is not feasible and very explosive, and high compression tanks are too dangerous to be used.
Injection of nitrous oxide into the combustion chambers of an internal combustion engine as a way to increase power output was discovered by the German air craft industry early in the Second World War. Thousands of German fighter and reconnaissance aircraft were equipped with the so-called "GM-1" system which added nitrous oxide to the intake charge to compensate for reduced air density and less oxygen high altitude. The British Royal Air Force also used aircraft engines with performance enhanced by nitrous oxide. Interestingly, there was no use of nitrous oxide injection by the American military air forces other than very limited experimental use. Race cars have used nitrous oxide to increase performance. An increase of 35% is possible with standard engines, but 60-75% when designed for this fuel mixture. While Ozone has not been used, its unstable nature makes it ideal to oxidize fuels. The goal is complete combustion of the fuel being used.
Oxidant Generator Operation
In operation the oxidant generator synthesizes oxidants from earths atmosphere, which consists of 78% Nitrogen, 20% Oxygen, and other trace gases. A microwave chamber of 700+ watts of energy, with a plasma containment, the antenna and arc plate, and gas input and output ports. The microwave energy flows across the antenna and arc plate igniting a plasma. The plasma ionizes the gas compounds and elements, breaking the chemical bonds. Solids are released and the gases recombines as Nitrous oxide (NO2), and Ozone(O3), thus making oxides on demand for use to increase fuel efficiency and reduce carbon emissions. Further: the Oxidant Generator is used to clean exhaust gases from fossil fuel carbon emissions. The Oxidant generator is applicable for use in electrical generation, automobiles, furnaces, jets, rockets, and all other fossil fuel energy uses. Further: the generator is used to produce Nitrous Oxide (N2O), and or, Ozone (O3) for pharmaceutical and Industrial uses. Oxygen can be added to the atmosphere mix to increase potency of oxidants.