Swirl at the Inlet and Nucleation Enhancement Results in Increased Separation Efficiency
Generating swirl at the inlet results in increased dwell time of the gas. The use of a partial expansion prior to the expansion of the separation nozzle, causes condensation into molecular clusters, resulting in larger droplet size and mass difference of the condensate. Larger more massive condensate results in an increased separation factor when exposed to the centrifugal forces generated by the curved nozzle.
Technological Breakthrough in Gas Separation
Tenoroc has developed patented nozzles that separate gases, and have transformative use in multiple energy sectors. Although Tenoroc’s technology is classified as "Clean Technology", it was not developed to replace polluting technologies, and does not rely upon tax incentives for feasibility. For example, these nozzles can be used to make use of vast natural gas reserves which are unviable using today’s cleansing technology, or as part of a system for generating enormous quantities of electric power without the need for additional fuel by making use of massive amounts and sources of waste heat.
Organic Rankine Cycle
Electric Power from Waste Heat
Natural Gas Cleansing
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Game Changer
Development And Prototype