Emissions Technology, Inc.
|Emissions Technology, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120085320||High Volume Combustion Catalyst Delivery System - A high volume combustion catalyst system of the current invention delivers an aerosol liquid catalyst into a diesel engine for the express purpose of enhancing combustion efficiency, thus, lowering fuel consumption and emissions. This invention is capable of extremely precise catalyst delivery and can service the full range of commercially available diesel engines.||04-12-2012|
|20120085317||Method for Reducing Engine Emissions Using a Liquid Aerosol Catalyst - A catalyst composition and method of improving fuel efficiency and reduced emissions in combustion engines is disclosed. A liquid aerosol catalyst is introduced in to the air intake stream of a combustion engine and allowed to react during the oxidation of the fuel in the combustion chamber. The catalyst mixture contains platinum, rhenium, cerium, alcohol, and water.||04-12-2012|
|20090152372||FUEL COMBUSTION CATALYST DELIVERY APPARATUS - Efficient and effective fuel combustion catalyst delivery apparatus is disclosed. A fuel combustion catalyst delivery apparatus may include a receptacle containing a material such as a liquid. The liquid may include one or more catalytic materials. The apparatus may further include a vibration pump configured to convert the liquid to an aerosol to be delivered into an intake air of a combustion zone, a pressure equalizer configured to maintain the pressure level of the receptacle at about the same pressure level as that of the intake air of the combustion zone, and a liquid delivery device configured to deliver the liquid to the vibration pump. The apparatus may further include an electronic control module and a mounting bracket or a docking station. The electronic control module may be used to control the vibration pump. The apparatus may further include a pressure sensor for sensing the pressure level of the intake air of the combustion zone so that the vibration pump can regulate the delivery rate of the liquid into the intake air as the aerosol based on the pressure level of the intake air. The vibration pump may be also configured to regulate the delivery rate of the liquid into the intake air as the aerosol, based on an actual fuel consumption rate in the combustion zone.||06-18-2009|
Patent applications by Emissions Technology, Inc.