FLUX maxiox

The dynamics of combustion of hydrocarbon fuel has forever been a subject of intense research the world over; as also the problems associated with it such as decrease in equipment efficiency through incomplete combustion, consequent carbon deposits and high emission levels.

Flux Hi-Tech, Inc. has conducted exhaustive research into the utilization of permanent magnetic fields in alleviating these problems currently associated with hydrocarbon fuel combustion. These studies led to the invention of the FLUX maxiox™, with its rare earth metallurgy and the unique patented flux-collimator-pervader. The on-field success of this device and continuous research has now given way to the new FLUX maxiox™ (β-series) which, with its patented fusion technology and a better availability of magnetic field, promises to give rapid and effective results.

The FLUX Technology

The most important factors in the flux products are the magnetic field intensity and the collimation of the magnetic lines of flux. It is these two aspects that render the flux products different from any ordinary permanent magnets. The intensity of the magnetic field is far superior to that generated by regular permanent magnets and the collimation of the magnetic fields renders the magnetic lines of flux exactly parallel to each other at extremely high densities (to the order of millions of lines of flux per sq.cm.).

These devices are external online installations without cutting or modifying the fuel pipes and the magnetic energy generated through the FLUX maxiox™ (β-series) is rendered concentric and exactly perpendicular to the flow of the fuel.

Working Principles

Working Principles: A

The hydrogen atom has one positive charge (proton) and one negative charge (electron), i.e. it possesses a dipole moment. It can be either diamagnetic or paramagnetic (weaker or stronger response to the magnetic flux) depending on the relative orientation of its nucleus spins. Hence, it occurs in two distinct isomeric forms – para and ortho, characterized by the different opposite nucleus spins. In para H2 molecule, which occupies the even rotation levels (quantum number), the spin ortho molecule atoms, and therefore is paramagnetic and a catalyst for many reactions.

This spin orientation has a pronounced effect on physical properties (specific heat, vapor pressure ), as well as behavior of the gas molecule. The coincident spins render ortho-hydrogen exceedingly unstable and more conversion of para to ortho state, it is necessary to change the energy of interaction between the spin states of the H2 molecule.

At 20 deg. C (room temperature) 75% of hydrogen is in the para (i.e. stable) form. It is only when we drop the liquid hydrogen temperature to -235 deg. C that 99% of the hydrogen is in the ortho state. In the fifties an American rocket scientist , Simon Ruskin realized that para-hydrogen could be converted to higher energized ortho-hydrogen through magnetic stimulation, i.e. the application of the proper magnetic field to change the spin state of the hydrogen molecule. This greatly enhances the energy of the atom and the general fuel reactivity, i.e. the combustion efficiency. Simon Ruskin was granted a U.S. Utility Patent no. 328, 868 for this discovery.

The same principles is utilized and the same effect is achieved by the action of the FLUX maxiox™ (β-series), where a strong enough flux field is developed to substantially change the hydrogen in the hydrocarbon molecule from its para state to the higher energized ortho state. The combustion of a molecule energized as such will give a better BTU output than the same molecule in para state. This results in higher energy output for the same quantum of fuel burnt.

Working Principles: B

Hydrocarbons have basically a “cage like” structure. That is why during the combustion process oxidizing of their inner carbon atoms is hindered. Furthermore they bind into larger groups of pseudo compounds. Such groups form clusters (associations). The access of oxygen in the right quantity to the interior of the groups of molecule is hindered and it is this shortage of oxygen to the cluster that hinders the full combustion. In order to combust fuel, proper quantity of oxygen from air is necessary for it to oxidize the combustible agents.

The exhaust should theoretically contain carbon dioxide, water vapor and nitrogen from air, which does not participate in the combustion. Practically the exhaust gases contain carbon, CO, H2, HC, NOX, O2. In reality, complete combustion of fuel is never achieved and the incompletely oxidized carbon is evident in the from of HC, CO or is deposited on the internal combustion chamber walls as black carbon residue. The incomplete combustion process causes all this.

Hydrocarbon fuel molecules treated with the magnetic energy of the FLUX maxiox™ (β-series) tend to de-cluster, creating smaller particles more readily penetrated by oxygen, thus leading to better combustion. They become normalized & independent, distanced from each other, having bigger surface available for binding (attraction) with more oxygen (better oxidation). Thanks to de-clustering of hydrocarbon molecules, in the combustion chamber, increased saturation & reactivity of the fuel mixture with oxygen is achieved, resulting in a better oxidation of the primary hydrogen elements and further oxidation of carbon (C), the secondary fuel element. In accordance with van der Waals' discovery of a weak clustering force, there is a very strong binding of hydrocarbons with oxygen in such magnetized fuel, which ensures optimal burning of the mixture in the combustion chamber.

Installation

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Advantages

  • Increases BTU Output
  • Increases thermal efficiency of the fuel
  • Eliminates use of fuel additives
  • Reduces maintenance of the fuel side
  • Reduces carbon builtup
  • Increases the combustion efficiency, reducing the fuel consumption
  • Reduces stack emission levels
  • Leads to cleaner environment
  • Online installation
  • Zero-Maintenance
  • No external power required
  • Free product replacement guarantee of 10 years

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3.0%
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2.6%
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4.0%
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D.G. SET
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