CENTRIFUGAL BOILER PROJECT
OUR GOALS AND VISION
Having dedicated almost two decades on boiler technologies we came up with several inventions in the past, namely, the Induction Boiler and the Cavitation Boiler which proved that thermal energy generation industry is one of the most significant contributors to CO2 in the atmosphere. The idea was to build a device that would satisfy needs for heat during a cold season while outperforming all existing technologies in terms of efficiency and energy saving. So the Centrifugal Boiler technology (CB) is an evolution that combined all our previous boiler technologies (including the Hydraulic Generator) into one device that we are now preparing for a worldwide commercialization.
The greatest potential of the CB tehnology can be obviously unlocked in countries with severe winter climate when needs for heating consume a biggest portion of all generated energy. Here in Korea, especially, we see how many benefits this product can bring if adopted nationally. Practically every residential and industrial household utilizes gas boilers that generate heat by burning natural gas supplied from the national distributor. All that relience on burning natural gas has put Korea alonside with China regarding presence of atmospheric particulate matter in the air (PM). In addition, Korean peninsula is not rich with natural resources so all that natural gas has to be imported from abroad which makes it very expensive even according to local price standards. That is why we see implementation of the CB technology in Korea as one of the short-term goals in order to help this country battle air pollution and reduce its dependancy on fossil fuels as a technologycally advanced country.
The development of the CB had taken place fairly recently, back in 2017, when we were studying the effects of centrifugal force on liquids in a controlled environment. When we combined positive effects of the centrifugal force with capabilities of jet propulsion and cavitation, we noticed how combination of these three forces can significantly contribute to heat generation in a liquid they all act on. It was a matter of engineering to precisely calculate size and select correct metal alloys of each component in order to enhance available capacity of each prototype. As the development was progressing, we also realized that substance of liquid plays a significant role in heat generation effect and overall reliability of a device, we have tested over 30 different kinds of hydraulic oil in order to identify what viscosity, density, demulsibility, foaming formation and fire resistance levels are best for use in the CB.
To this date, we have built 7 prototypes of CB and every next other prototype greatly exceeded capabilities of a previous one. The latest prototype of the CB which we heavily tested in 2019 demostrated tremendous results of heat generation – a little over 17,000 Kilocalories of thermal energy. That led us to development of the first production model of this technology – the CB20, a boiler that is able to generate up to 20kW of thermal energy while consuming as little electricity as a few LED light bulbs.
Expectedly, all that work consumed a fair amount of our budget and time – approximately $0.5mil in expenses and almost 3 years of work. In fact, the development of MG10 and CB20 had been going in parallel, until in late 2019 we had to shift focus to the MG and place the CB project on a shelf. The CB technology, however, is waiting for its turn and once enough resources can be dedicated to this project, it will not take long for us to complete it.
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