Next-Fuel: Next Alternatives Diesel Emulsion Fuel
What is it?
Emulsion Fuel is water and petroleum blended at a sub-micron level. In basic terms, emulsion fuel (EM fuel) is an emulsion of fuel and water, yielding a 100% new fuel.
Emulsified diesel fuel is made up of at least three components, diesel, water and additive (surfactant).
Depending on the application the amount of water used can vary from 20% to as high as 40%. In an open flame/burner application NAI has successfully developed viable Next-Fuel using 40% water.
Typically, 10 to 20% water content is the best we have seen in the marketplace for internal combustion engines. NAI has been able to achieve good results with up to 30% water and promising results with 35% water.
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DM-Fuel is water and petroleum blended on a sub-micron level. This mixing of fuel oils and water creates a new fuel product that is called emulsified fuel, which we call DM-Fuel.
In basic terms DM-Fuel is an emulsion of 80% fuel and 20% water, yielding a 100% new fuel that exceeds all EPA emission regulations. DM-Fuel cost less than 20% of the same quantity of preprocessed fuel. The fuel is 95% - 107% more efficient than the preprocessed oil, and emits 20% less emissions too (dust, ash, NOx, CO, CO2 and SOx at 40%).
DM-Fuel is a stable homogeneous mixture of fuel and water with a stabilizing additive. DM-Fuel will remain stable for one year under normal temperature conditions. This fuel does not require stirring to maintain the emulsion. DM-Fuel emulsions will be marketed for transportation diesel fuel, bio-diesel, and power generation (combustion turbines, boilers) applications.