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Catalytic Inc. ---Waste in Diesel Out (MT) Closed

Postby Robsonien » Tue May 17, 2011 11:17 pm

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The producers of synthetic Diesel

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Dr. Ernst, explored the catalytic depolymerization process (KDV)
and founded The company Catalytic Inc. in 2010.
And now, the factory is ready for production

Board of Directors
(CEO) Chief Executive Officer Dr. Ernst
PROCESS DESCRIPTION

The situation

World supplies of crude oil are running out and their cost is spiraling upward.

The future of civilization and the security of our societies depend on the production of affordable fuels that can substitute for natural crude oil. New approaches using renewable biomass and organic waste are an attractive alternative, especially when fuel can be produced through a low cost zero-emissions process. And when the process is capable of converting huge volumes of biomass and organic wastes which may include toxins, including plastics, municipal waste, sewage, used oils into diesel. Such a process is even more attractive when the conversion process can be used on site where organic wastes are produced and the diesel produced can be used on site to substitute diesel fuel, for process or building heating or to power truck fleets, company cars and industrial equipment.

Consider the huge volumes of biomass and organic wastes generated every day around the world wastes which cause so much damage, degradation and cost to the environment in their disposal.

Consider what it might mean if there were a process capable of cleanly converting all these organic wastes into diesel without any toxic airborne emissions or solid toxic residues?

Well, it has now been proven possible to do this and at a cost considerably cheaper than extracting and converting crude oil to petrol or diesel.

This new KDV patented process uses a purpose-designed reactor to simulate, within minutes, the natural production of oil / hydrocarbons that otherwise has to take place below earth's surface over millions of years. This process can be scaled from small mobile units to large scale refinery-size designs.

The process mimics the natural crude oil production in the earth and then mimics the oil refinery process to produce diesel all in one convenient contained reactor / refinery.

Waste in Diesel Out

It sounds to good to be true, but after 25 years of R&D beginning in Robsonien laboratories followed by a buy-out of the rights to the technology by the inventor Dr. Daniel Ernst , units are now in operation worldwide and have proven successful producing diesel at a cost as low as NS$ 0.23 per liter!
Basic process parameters:

*Temperature of 270 °C to 350 °C

*Ion exchanging catalysts

*100% crystalline and extreme active y-catalysts

Key to this process is the catalyst developed over decades of intense research and optimized for minimal catalyst consumption, resulting in low operational costs.

The process unit is very low maintenance, reliable and safe. Energy demand, heat and power, for processing is supplied by a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, consuming only about 10% of the diesel produced. Apart from the organic waste material there is no need of any other input.

In a closed loop the organic waste / raw materials, mixed with the purpose-designed catalysts, produce the following catalytic reaction:

*Depolymerization of long hydrocarbons at low temperature (290 °C 350 °C) and low pressure ( 0.9 bar)

*Unique high output of more than 80% of the input hydrocarbons

*Fixation of hazardous halogens into salts

*Output of standard diesel fuel


FAQ's

What raw materials can be converted into KDV-Diesel?

All organic matter like:
•Biomass (C-3 and C-4 plants), wood, biogenous residues like leaves, straw, etc.
•Waste oil (also contaminated oil), refinery residues, bitumen. etc.
•All kinds of plastics and synthetic materials (PVC, PP, PET, etc.)
•Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)and Industrial Waste.


What is the advantage of the KDV-Technology vs Ethanol or Biodiesel?

•Maximizes Land Utilization. Produces diesel with 4x Ethanol and 5x Biodiesel net energy yield per acre.
•No Food vs Fuel Trade Off. Can convert into KDV-Diesel a wide variety of feedstocks, including Municipal Solid Waste, agricultural waste (straw, husk, bagasse) and grown energy sources like Jatropha.
•Economical. KDV-Process will enjoy a 42% per BTU cost advantage over Ethanol, and a 51% BTU cost advantage over Biodiesel.
•Immediate Market Acceptance. KDV-Diesel is cost-effective and universally usable, requiring no new infrastructure investment. It is compatible with existing engines, pipelines, and fuel pumps.
•Catalyst not Bugs. Catalysts have been proven to be the most effective way to produce fuels and petrochemicals and have greater success utilizing cellulosic biomass than fermentation methods.
•Carbon Neutral. KDV-Process produces a net gain in energy recaptured.

What is the quality of the produced KDV Diesel?

The produced Diesel (chemical composition) fulfills the European norm DIN E590 for automotive fuels, once the product has been desulphurized ( the amount of Sulphur depends of the type of feedstock), and its main properties are detailed as follows:

-Cetane index of around 59
-Density at 15 °C around ,830
-Viscosity at 40 °C around 3.2
-Flash point (°C) around 57
- Sulphur content (it depends of the feedstock
-Lubricity around of 255


What are the benefits of a fuel with a high Cetane index?

The KDV Diesel is expected to have a cetane index of around 58 which is quite a high value.

High cetane fuels are faster burning fuels. The fuel ignites spontaneously as soon as it is injected into the combustion chamber. Provided the fuel is injected smoothly and forms a well-controlled spray pattern, it will burn smoothly leaving little or no unburned fuel remaining by the time the piston reaches top dead centre.

The benefits are a cleaner engine, less engine stress, improved fuel economy and reduced emissions.


What are the benefits of low-sulphur diesel?

The KDV Low sulphur diesel order to reduce particulate emissions. Fine particulates, often referred to as PM10 or PM2.5 are now known to exacerbate respiratory and cardiovascular conditions. This can lead to hospital admissions and even early deaths in a few cases.

Particulates are reduced by reducing the sulphur content of the fuel but the real benefit of 50 ppm (or less) sulphur diesel is that regenerative particulate filters can be fitted to engines without the risk of a reduction in performance over time.

Low sulphur diesel has benefits for engines. Sulphur oxides generated during combustion can react with water vapour to generate sulphurous and sulphuric acids. Modern heavy-duty engine lubricants contain alkalis to neutralise these acid gases but the risk of premature engine wear such as corrosive ring wear is reduced if low sulphur fuel is used.


How does the desulphuration process works?

Sulphur in diesel is mainly in the form of substances called benzo- and dibenzothiophenes.These can be broken down by reacting gas oil refining streams with hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst under high temperature and pressure conditions. This process is called hydrodesulphurization.

Reducing sulphur in diesel need not affect the bulk composition of the diesel greatly but three important effects can arise. Some less stable components are removed, the aromatic content (especially poly-aromatic hydrocarbons, PAH) of the diesel can be reduced and trace nitrogen and oxygen-containing substances that give diesel good lubricity are also reduced.

The first two of these effects are beneficial. The resulting fuel is more stable to oxidation, and its cetane quality is improved. One downside of lower aromatics is the effect this can have on injector pump seals in direct contact with the fuel.

The last of these effects is detrimental to injector pumps that rely on the fuel to lubricate their moving components.

What are the air emissions produced by the KDV process?

The KDV-process is performed in a special plant called KDV unit. The plant must ensure a safety operation of the KDV-process. The whole plant is a closed system and is operating with temperatures around 300°C and with a light under pressure. The under pressure in the system is maintained with special vacuum pumps. These vacuum pumps suck the in the KDV-process synthesized gases (burnable gas).

These burnable gases will be directed to the air supply duct of the diesel generator. In the diesel generator these gases are recycled in a thermal post combustion. This way of operation ensures that no harmful emissions can pollute the environment.

The only emissions are the emissions of the diesel generator.


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Postby Free Commonalities » Thu May 19, 2011 6:55 am

From: Marta Cruonia, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative
Re: Catalytic Inc.

We are interested in knowing if you have any shares available on the open market for your company. Please let us know the price and amount available.

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Postby Shnercropolis » Thu May 19, 2011 8:10 am

Why exactly do you need zeolite?
it is my firm belief that I should never have to justify my beliefs.

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Postby Robsonien » Thu May 19, 2011 1:56 pm

Shnercropolis wrote:Why exactly do you need zeolite?


From: Dr. Ernst
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We need Synthetic zeolites as catalysts for the for the chemical process
The long-chain hydrocarbons in the short-chain aliphatic hydrocarbons converts
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Postby Robsonien » Thu May 19, 2011 4:21 pm

Free Commonalities wrote:From: Marta Cruonia, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative
Re: Catalytic Inc.

We are interested in knowing if you have any shares available on the open market for your company. Please let us know the price and amount available.


From: CEO Dr. Ernst
To: Marta Cruonia, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative

The Catalytic Inc. would like to go on the Yohannesische Börse
We would give you a option right on a stock packet. value per unit 10NS$ availabel for you 500,000 Stock this are 10% of the Stock.
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Postby Free Commonalities » Fri May 20, 2011 2:05 am

Robsonien wrote:
Free Commonalities wrote:From: Marta Cruonia, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative
Re: Catalytic Inc.

We are interested in knowing if you have any shares available on the open market for your company. Please let us know the price and amount available.


From: CEO Dr. Ernst
To: Marta Cruonia, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative

The Catalytic Inc. would like to go on the Yohannesische Börse
We would give you a option right on a stock packet. value per unit 10NS$ availabel for you 500,000 Stock this are 10% of the Stock.


From: Marta Cruonis, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative,
$5,000,000 in Nation State dollars has been wired to you for 500,000 shares. We would like a single seat on the board of directors if this is possible. Thank you for this opportunity.

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Postby Robsonien » Fri May 20, 2011 3:01 am

Free Commonalities wrote:
Robsonien wrote:
From: CEO Dr. Ernst
To: Marta Cruonia, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative

The Catalytic Inc. would like to go on the Yohannesische Börse
We would give you a option right on a stock packet. value per unit 10NS$ availabel for you 500,000 Stock this are 10% of the Stock.


From: Marta Cruonis, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative,
$5,000,000 in Nation State dollars has been wired to you for 500,000 shares. We would like a single seat on the board of directors if this is possible. Thank you for this opportunity.


From: CEO Dr. Ernst
To: Marta Cruonia, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative
As member of the board of directors you get a non-executive director (NED, also NXD) position.

ooc: Have you a Storefront link for Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative?
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Postby Free Commonalities » Fri May 20, 2011 7:03 am

Robsonien wrote:
Free Commonalities wrote:
From: Marta Cruonis, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative,
$5,000,000 in Nation State dollars has been wired to you for 500,000 shares. We would like a single seat on the board of directors if this is possible. Thank you for this opportunity.


From: CEO Dr. Ernst
To: Marta Cruonia, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative
As member of the board of directors you get a non-executive director (NED, also NXD) position.

ooc: Have you a Storefront link for Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative?


From: Marta Cruonis, NCEO, Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative.
The Undersea Salvage and Recycling Cooperative is part of a consortium of companies that sells through the Free Commonalities Ministry of Trade. viewtopic.php?f=6&t=16470&start=25&hilit=free+commonalities

OOC: I have to update the storefront a bit. It is PMT technology.


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