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JOHN DORSETT OUR SUBSTITUTE FOR WATER HEATING AND STEAM GENERATION DEVICES WORLDWIDE PATENT PENDING.

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1 JOHN DORSETT OUR SUBSTITUTE FOR WATER HEATING AND STEAM GENERATION DEVICES WORLDWIDE PATENT PENDING

2 Current Boiler Environment US Industrial sector annually consumes 24.7 quadrillion Btu of water Water heaters do not produce a continual supply of hot water, they heat one batch at a time Boilers are able to provide continuous hot water/steam Conventionally, boilers are powered by fossils fuels or electricity derived by burning fossil fuels Or: nuclear power/renewable resources Introduction Our Product OperationScience

3 Conventional Water Heaters Storage Water Heater Keeps water tank hot regardless of consumption Tank-less Water Heater Heat water on demand using a faster method No standby losses The savings of tank-less heaters are lost in installation costs, and maintenance costs, so it lacks widespread use Introduction Our Product OperationScience

4 Conventional Steam Generation Current steam generators require large amounts of space Steam Boilers are usually installed off-site For safety reasons (gas leakage/explosion) Loss of energy in transport of steam Too noisy to have on-site Introduction Our Product OperationScience

5 Current Need Reduce reliance on foreign fuel supplies Reduce environmental impact Cost savings Increased efficiency Introduction Our Product OperationScience

6 Our Product Can remove impurities from liquids while heating Alternative application of product: Cleaning water During steam generation only Much safer because it does not utilize gas power Can be located on-site, therefore reducing transport of steam Flexibility in input voltage Reduced carbon footprint Green product, environmentally friendly Affordable N0 special installation Introduction Our Product OperationScience

7 Costs of Operation: Example 1-Water Variable Activators Installed4 Amperage28 Amps (18.48 kW/hr) Water Amount100 Liters Temperature Initial15° C Temperature Final60° C Time Period4 Minutes Energy Cost (Our Product)$ USD Energy Cost (Conventional Gas Boiler)$ USD Energy Cost (Conventional Electric Boiler)$ Introduction Our Product OperationScience

8 Costs of Operation: Example 2-Steam Variable Activators Installed4 Amperage28 Amps (18.48 kW/hr) Water Amount20 Liters Temperature Initial15° C Temperature Final170° C Time Period5 Minutes Energy Cost (Our Product)$ USD Energy Cost (Conventional Boiler)$ USD Introduction Our Product OperationScience

9 Operation: Transfer Unit Our Product operates on the principles of molecular friction and nucleation The transfer unit efficiently heats the water Positioned in the vessels interior Houses the two or more activators (customizable) Transfer Unit housing allows water to enter and contact the activators Equipped is a drain valve which empties accumulated impurities during steam generation Introduction Our Product OperationScience

10 Operation: Activators Manufactured from conductive material In contact with both a power source and the liquid which is to be heated Activators may only be energized when there is enough liquid present in the vessel Input voltage will vary depending on number of activators installed Sensors regulate the electricity flow to activators and monitor other parameters of operation Introduction Our Product OperationScience

11 Operation: Activators One activator is always grounded, the remaining are connected to the power source Example of activators : voltage ratio Activators are only powered if they are needed For example, if 2 suffices, only 2 of 5 will receive power ActivatorsVoltage 2120 AC 3220 AC 4440 AC 5680 AC Introduction Our Product OperationScience

12 Operation: Summary 1. The liquid sensor detects enough water in the vessel 2. The control unit energizes the activators 3. The current flows to the activators 4. Energy is transferred from activators to the liquid 5. Activators in contact with liquid superheat it 6. Impurities from the liquid may be removed 7. Continuous hot water or steam output released Introduction Our Product OperationScience

13 Our Product: Tankless water heater

14 Our Product In Action


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