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Waste Products from Distructive Distillation Become Fuel for External Combustion Engine Technology

 Cyclone Power Technologies Inc. has signed a letter of intent with Unified Fuels LLC of Foley, Alabama regarding the co-development and systems integration of Cyclone’s heat-regenerative external combustion engines.

 Under the LOI, Cyclone and Unified will perform certain business and technological feasibility studies related to using Cyclone’s Mark V and Waste Heat Engines with Unified’s waste-to-fuel systems. Unified’s process uses a form of destructive distillation in which manipulation of the carbon chains in the biomass occurs with the end resultant being a liquid fuel. The final products of this process are diesel fuel, gasoline, methane and heat. The latter two energy forms, which would otherwise be wasted, can be used in the Cyclone Engines to power Unified’s total system and, possibly, create additional revenue streams for the facility owner.

 Harry Schoell, CEO of Cyclone had this to say about the new agreement,

“This is an interesting application for our technology in a very important field of converting waste to usable fuel and power. We look forward to seeing how our companies can work together in the future.”

Source: Cyclone Power Technologies

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