Technology "IZON-flow"

The gas flow in the form of an artificial tornado in a confined space is called Intensively Swirling with Negatively Stressed intermolecular bonds - the "IZON-flow".

What is it?

In a multicomponent gas mixture, twisted into a tornado, separation of the components according to the molar mass occurs: the heavier molecules are pressed to the periphery of the tornado, and the light ones are collected in the middle. In this case, solid particles, dust and aerosols also collect in the middle of the tornado.

The IZON stream is closed on itself and has a self-sustaining function. IZON equipment creates an “artificial tornado” and controls its speed, which leads to a redistribution of pressure and temperature in the swirling flow.

1.1. - Inlet gas stream.
1.2. - High speed swirl.
1.3. - Confuser, reactor working area.
1.4. - Electromagnetic coils.
1.5. - Outgoing gas stream.
1.6. - The accumulator of waste and finished raw materials.

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Scientific value

The discovery of this effect clarifies the foundations of physics, namely the molecular-kinetic theory, the foundation of modern gas dynamics. The second position of the MKT states: particles are in continuous chaotic motion. In an artificial tornado, or ISON flow, the arrangement of gas molecules is ordered according to the vectors of the intensity of intermolecular bonds. This explains the beneficial effects of the phenomenon described below.

The introduction of the IZON effect will change the existing way of life in the world: it will purify the air in megacities, give water to arid regions, and make garbage recycling self-sustaining and profitable.

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Useful application of IZON technology

Separation of smoke emissions by components for recycling.

The technology is similar to separate collection of garbage in relation to smoke from factory chimneys: the smoke is separated into its constituent gases and dust particles without residue. Each component is used as a recyclable material. Thus, for example, a CHPP from its own smoke can produce engine oil and not spoil the air.

Air purification in megacities.

Smog clouds hang over large cities, and the air is filled with factory smoke, exhaust fumes and road dust. IZON-installations will clean the air in cities. The benefit is obvious: in terms of investment and plant productivity, they are ahead of other cleaning technologies and allow you to earn money by producing recyclables from city dust.

Getting fresh water from the air.

The problem of fresh water is relevant for the Arab countries, Israel, Africa. Desalination of sea water is expensive. Moreover, even in the Sahara desert, air humidity is 30-50%. So, IZON-technology is able to separate water from the air. And you can use solar energy to power IZON installations.

Vortex combustion.

A tornado in a coal furnace increases the path of a fuel particle due to spiral motion. This allows the fuel to burn out as completely as possible, thereby increasing the combustion efficiency, which means reducing the dimensions of the furnace and fuel consumption.

Synthetic oil production from garbage and smoke from a thermal power plant.

Almost everything that burns and smokes. The production of synthetic petroleum products is constrained by the low price of natural oil and the high cost of synthesis units. The use of the IZON effect reduces the cost of the units so much that each thermal power station and waste incineration plant can produce oil as a result of processing its own smoke.

Unlike other known methods of industrial oil synthesis with tornado, in IZON-technology the efficiency (completeness-speed-continuity) of the reaction is increased by 2–4 times due to an increase in the number of contacts of the reagent and oxidizer particles with a simultaneous increase in pressure and temperature of the reactants. This allows you to significantly save money when refusing compressor stations and removes the rigorous design requirements for units. All this makes the production of synthetic oil and its products cheaper.

We have developed real installations

Based on the IZON-flow technology, we have developed a number of installations; for more details, see the equipment section:

Industrial installations

And water from the air, and smoke in recyclables, and even oil ... Very optimistic. Where is the catch?

The gas mixture is separated at the molecular level: the heavier molecules are pressed to the periphery of the tornado, and the light ones are collected in the middle. The IZON effect has only an upper limit on the size of the filtered particles, 0.5 mm. For example, the thickness of a human hair is from 0.04 to 0.12 mm. Particles ranging in size from the smallest molecule, a hydrogen molecule (23.06 ∙ 10-11 m) to small grains of sand (0.5 mm), the IZON-technology is able to sort perfectly.

Thus, water can be extracted from the air - water molecules are the largest and heaviest in the composition of air. It is also possible to obtain recycled materials from factory smoke: sulfur and nitric anhydride, carbon dioxide and others.

The subtlety of sorting depends on the speed of the tornado. A tornado with a sound speed of rotation (320 m / s) will divide air into its components: nitrogen, oxygen and others. Such a high speed is not needed to release water from the air.

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What does oil have to do with it?

The technology for the production of synthetic oil and petroleum products from coal has been known since the 20s of the twentieth century. It was created in Germany, where there is a lot of coal and no oil at all. In 1944, the annual production of synthetic fuel in Germany reached ~ 6.5 million tons. There are factories for the processing of coal into petroleum products in the USA and South Africa, and they were in the USSR. However, synthetic fuels made from coal are competitive at an oil price above $40 per barrel. At the same time, capital investments range from $7 to $9 billion for 80,000 barrels of capacity for the production of synthetic fuel from coal. At the same time, similar refining capacities of natural oil cost about $2 billion.

How is oil made from coal?

Coal is pure carbon. Oil and petroleum products are hydrocarbons, i.e., compounds of carbon with hydrogen in various combinations. When heated, coal emits carbon monoxide, carbon monoxide. Overheated steam, i.e. gaseous water H2O, is passed through hot coal. This produces synthesis gas, hydrocarbon -CH2-, the basis of complex hydrocarbons: oil and derivatives.

IZON flow and oil from waste.

The first part of the installation - the smoke separator - is a replacement for traditional systems for cleaning atmospheric emissions of industrial enterprises. The new IZON-installation costs approximately equal to the repair of the existing cleaning system. Adding an IZON reactor to the IZON-cleaner, we obtain the by-product production of oil products from flue emissions. The benefit is obvious: even the incinerator is turning into a manufacturer of synthetic petroleum products at the price of a major overhaul of the emissions treatment system.

There is already CO gas in the factory smoke. If it is isolated using IZON technology and mixed with water vapor in the second IZON chamber reactor, that is, in a tornado, where the gas contact area will be as high as possible, and the necessary reaction condition - high temperature - is already obtained from the friction of rotating gases against the walls chambers, we will also receive synthesis gas -CH2-, which is then converted into the desired oil product.

Why such an installation is cheaper than the extraction and processing of natural oil.

The first part of the installation - the smoke separator - is a replacement for traditional systems for cleaning atmospheric emissions of industrial enterprises. The new IZON-installation costs approximately equal to the repair of the existing cleaning system. Adding an IZON reactor to the IZON-cleaner, we obtain the by-product production of oil products from flue emissions. The benefit is obvious: even the incinerator is turning into a manufacturer of synthetic petroleum products at the price of a major overhaul of the emissions treatment system.

Practical Technology Research

1

2004, Ust-Kamenogorsk.

Cavitation treatment of water vapor. Received the transformation of the energy of "anti-explosion" into thermal energy.

2

2006, Omsk.

Installation with the 1st step. Hot gas cleaning. Got gas purification and adhesion of particles whose size is less than 5 microns.

3

2008, Omsk.

Installation with 2 steps. Separation of hot gases. Got the separation of the gas stream into separate components.

4

2017, Tomsk.

Installation with 3 steps. The synthesis of hot gases. Received an increase in the concentration of synthetic methane at the output.

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2019, Omsk.

Installation for treating water vapor with cavitation. Got an ionized drink with the properties of a "compressed spring".

More than $3 million was invested in the experiments. Practical research of the technology has been conducted for 15 years. Received numerous conclusions and test reports of equipment.

Test reports

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