Enterprise Europe Network (Profile ID: TOBG20161218003)

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Innovative ultrasound device intended for improving and retaining the quality of liquid fuels

A Bulgarian SME has developed a very efficient device for enhancing the quality and exploitation properties of liquid fuels such as diesel, gasoline, aviation fuel, etc. It prevents polymerisation and has no analogue. The company seeks commercial agreements with technical assistance with industrial partners in fuel storage, interested in the implementation of this technological product.

The Bulgarian company has more than 20 years of experience in developing specilised devices intended for liquid treatment and enhancement of liquid properties. The SME has experience in joint research and business activities with foreign partners. 

Fuel properties have the greatest and most direct effect on the performance of the equipment that uses them. When stored for a certain period of time (it differs with the type of fuel) deterioration in the quality occurs. All kinds of fuels also tend to polymerise with time and temperature which leads to a decrease in their quality.

The effect of the innovative device on the processed fuel is based on a physical treatment technology - through alternating high-pressure (compression) and low-pressure (rarefaction) cycles. During the low-pressure cycle, high-intensity ultrasonic waves create small vacuum bubbles or voids in the liquid. When the bubbles attain a volume at which they can no longer absorb energy and cavitation occurs. When the fuel passes through the device a stabilisation effect is achieved.  Once processed with the innovative product the initial physical and chemical properties of the fuels are retained. Wax formation is avoided by using less chemical additives. The devices could be used for different types of fuels: diesel, gasoline, aviation fuels, etc. The technology is especially appropriate for long-term storage of reserve fuel, keeping its properties at an optimum constantly. The technology could be used by fuel producers, airports, fuel storage facilities, etc.

The company seeks commercial agreements with technical assistance with industrial partners operating in the field of fuel production and storage, fuel management facilities for the implementation of the invention, providing adaptation to the specific storage process.



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Saturday, 6 January, 2018