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Hydrogen is one of the renewable energy resources. When used as energy,
hydrogen burns and combines with atmospheric oxygen to form water. In other
words, hydrogen taken from water is burned to supply energy and bonds with
oxgen to re-form water.
Our earth has virtually inexhaustible amount of water, which is approximately 15 billion k㎥ of water consisting of hydrogen and oxygen.
Our immediate assignment is to find the best solution to reduce NOx emissions at the hydrogen combustion; Hydrogen generates 3000 ppm of nitrogen oxides (NOx) or more, because the combustion speed is extremely fast (nine times of gasoline’s combustion speed). We believe that we can realize the clean energy society in the true sense when we solved this problem; reducing NOx emissions down to 15-60 ppm.
Again, hydrogen energy is infinite, renewable, and clean, so that effective use of hydrogen gas as power fuel, by-product hydrogen particularly, is the most important toward the cleaner environment, because 55 % of oil production is consumed as power fuel in the world. We could stop polluting the environment with our innovative products.
There is no harmful exhaust, causing global warming at the hydrogen combustion,
such as sulfur oxides (SOx), nitrogen oxide(NOx) and carbon oxides(COx),
unlike other fossil energies do.
The great feature of "HYDROGEN"
- No harmful exhaust
- Clean Energy unlike other fossil fuels emit CO2, or SOx.
- Colorless and scentless
- No spontaneous combustion easily; the ignition point of hydrogen is 570℃
comparing to the one of petroleum is 500℃
- The lightest gas on the earth
- The temperature of liquid hydrogen is 253℃
- The combustion temperature is high as 3000 degrees
- The flame is invisible; the combustion speed is nine times as fast as petroleum