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 GROUND BREAKING NEW ALTERNATIVE ENERGY

PROCESS

APPLICATIONS

REPORTS

THE TECHNOLOGY

Hydro Refined Fuel Process (HRF-R3) is simply as follows:

 

A net realized savings of 5% to 10% after technology costs, processing and all related costs are factored in.

 

Features

• An extension of the base fuel with our proprietary technology.

• Improved specifications of fuel with the same or less water content than in regular diesel fuel samples that meet specifications.

• Virtually the same physical characteristics as the base oil.

• Test results show almost the same (usually improved)specifications as the base oil.

• Compact systems.

 

Benefits

• Superior Technology – Since almost no water is present in the finished product, separation and freezing of R3 fuel does not occur.

• Significant Savings - Consumption of the fuel oil (base oil) is greatly reduced offering savings after all factors of up to 10%.

• Environmentally Friendly – Up to 50% reduction in harmful emissions.

• Improved Operational Savings & Efficiencies – Reduced need for additional maintenance of the burning process appliances.

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THE PROCESS

The foundation of “HRF-R3” technology is to focus on an extension of the base fuel oil.  The HRF-R3™ process is as follows:

 

1) Preprocessing - Energize the molecule of fuel oil.

 

Energize the base fuel oil by adding small amount of additives which does not obstruct the burning process, and/or applying natural mineral and/or physical stimulation.

 

2) Extending process – through proprietary technology, extend the base fuel oil.

This results in a high quality extended base fuel oil, but it needs the next processes to stabilize.

 

 3) Stabilization process - Stabilize the extended fuel oil.

 

This is the most unique process of “HRF-R3”. With this process the extended fuel oil to become completely stabilized.

 

After this final process, the mixture will virtually be the same color and density as the base oil. There is no water or other undesirable traits detected in the final product.

 

“HRF-R3” is very valuable both economically and environmentally.

 

Since HRF-R3 keeps the same calorific value as the base oil, the consumption of fuel oil can be reduced providing savings of as much as 10% (after all related costs are factored).   The emission of Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Sulfur Oxide (Sox) and  Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) coming from the extended fuel oil are reduced by as much as 50%.

 

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HRF-R3 (Finished Product from Original Heavy Oil)

Original Heavy Oil

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APPLICATIONS

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Diesel Oil : What is it used for?

• Buses, trucks and tractors and other heavy road vehicles.

• Cars and SUV’s.

• Trains.

• Military vehicles, tanks and trucks.

• Ships, tankers, liners and yachts.

• Power generators.

• Backup power for major industries like telecom, hospitals.

• Construction and farming equipments.

 

Crude oil is pumped from the ground in the Middle East (e.g., Saudi Arabian Arab Light), West Africa (e.g., Nigerian Bonny Light), the Americas, and Asia (Russia), then it is pumped into ships called tankers, and it is sailed across the ocean to oil refineries.

 

Refining is a complex series of process that manufactures finished petroleum products out of crude oil. While refining begins as simple distillation (by heating and separating), refiners must use more sophisticated additional process and equipments in order to produce the mix of products that the market demands. Generally, this latter effort minimizes the production of heavier, lower value products (for example, residual fuel oil used to power large ocean-going ships) in favor of middle distillates (jet fuel, kerosene, home heating oil and diesel fuel) and lighter, higher value products (liquid petroleum gases (LPG), naphtha, and gasoline).

REPORTS

Comparative Specification chart of “HRF-R3” with Base Oil (JIS)

Fuel Oil and HRF-R3/F1

TEST ITEM

Unit

Fuel Oil

JIS K2205 Class1 #2

Flash point

60min.

94.5

Kinematic viscosity (50℃)

mm²/s

20max.

2.779

Pour point

5max.

-20

Residual carbon content

mass %

4max.

0.06

Water content

volume %

0.3max.

0.23

Ash content

mass %

0.05max.

0.004

Sulfur content

mass %

20max.

0.47

Gross heating value (※)

j/g

39.1-45.2

44.3

Net heating value (※)

j/g

36.7-42.7

41.6

HRF-R3/F1

TEST ITEM

Flash point

Pour point

Cold filter plugging point

Carbon residue in 10% residual o

Cetane index(b)

Kinematic viscosity(30℃)

Sulfur content

Density (15℃)

Gross heating value (※)

Diesel Fuel

JIS K2204 Class1

HRF-R3/D

71.5

-17.5

-15

0.01

55.1

3.619

0.0006

0.8329

45.1

Net heating value (※)

42.0

(※)This item is not included in JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard).

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Diesel Fuel and HRF-R3/D

Unit

50min.

-2.5max.

-1max.

mass %

0.1max.

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50min.

mm²

2.7min.

mass %

0.0010max.

g/cm³

0.86max.

j/g

j/g

37.7-42.8

35.5-40.1

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