MagneGas files provisional patent for producing fuel blends

May 9, 2014 By    

MagneGas Corp., an energy and technology company that counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into a hydrogen-based fuel, announced the filing of a provisional patent to blend MagneGas with cutting fuels such as propane for the metal working industry.

The Florida company says its latest provisional patent is part of an effort to strengthen and broaden its intellectual property. In this case, the application is to improve the cutting speed and flame temperature of fuels such as propane, natural gas or other cutting fuels by blending it with MagneGas. The company believes that the blended gas will complement and broaden its existing metal cutting business line and will allow expansion into other metal cutting markets.

“Taking advantage of its higher flame temperature, MagneGas intends to work with partners to blend MagneGas with legacy cutting fuels,” says Terry Vernille, executive vice president of MagneGas, in a press release. “Think of it as a high-octane boost for other lower-temperature cutting fuels.”

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