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IPCO Power fid injector water in fuel system
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IPCO Power fid injector water in fuel system

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IPCO Power’s FID Injector is a combustion improvement system designed to create a stable “water in fuel” emulsion. The system is installed before the mixing tank. The implementation of emulsified fuel …

IPCO Power’s FID Injector is a combustion improvement system designed to create a stable “water in fuel” emulsion. The system is installed before the mixing tank. The implementation of emulsified fuel significantly enhances fuel atomization and distribution in the combustion chamber. This results in more effective combustion, lower fuel consumption and a reduction of NOx, HC and PM pollutants, while the engine’s combustion chambers, pistons, exhaust system and lube oil will stay much cleaner.

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  • 1. Fuel Improvement Device FID Injector Water in fuel system IPCO Power provides the shipping, power and petrochemical industry with environmental solutions.
  • 2. The FID Injector Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) is not homogenous and has an average droplet size of 70 micron and larger. It contains numerous much larger clusters of asphaltenes and complex long-chain hydro-carbons. It is a refinery waste stream product with a high BTU content used as fuel oil. Centrifuges and automated filters are used to clean the fuel. A percentage of the purchased fuel ends up in the slop tank. HFO needs to be heated and pressurized before it can be used to operated engines or boilers. Exposing fuel to heat and pressure will unavoidably increase the size and mass of the fuel droplet, change the physical condition of the oil and negatively impact the combustion process. Implementing IPCO Power Fluid Shearing Technology reduces fuel droplet size to 3 micron and smaller to enhance the cleaning process and reduce the waste stream going to the slop tank for disposal. Smaller fuel droplets enhance combustion, lower emissions, improve fuel economy, extend engine overhaul intervals and lower overall operating costs. H2O Water added to fuel, before treatment by homogenizer IPCO Power homogenizer Fuel emulsion, after treatment by homogenizer Water in fuel emulsion IPCO Power’s FID Injector is a combustion improvement system designed to create a stable “water in fuel” emulsion. The implementation of emulsified fuel significantly enhances fuel atomization and distribution in the combustion chamber. This results in more effective combustion, lower fuel consumption and a reduction of NOx, HC and PM pollutants, while the engine’s combustion chambers, pistons, exhaust system and lube oil will stay much cleaner. NOx reductions using water in fuel emulsions are significant; approximately 1% NOx reduction is achieved for every 1% injected water. Using existing fuel systems, water content is limited to 20%. The FID Injector has a cost advantage over other systems, primarily due to its simplicity in system installation and operation. Operational costs are low as the only major requirement to the Injector is the water addition. The FID Injector has a small footprint and all necessary components are available inside the frame. Injector production at IPCO Power workshop
  • 3. Schematic representation of combusting water in fuel emulsion 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 2 3 4 Water in fuel emulsion as it enters the cilinder When the air/Fuel mixture is compressed in the combustion chamber, the water starts to evaporate The water turns to steam, in this proces the fuel droplets are atomized thoroughly The forming of steam and the thoroughly atomized fuel causes a better and more complete combustion of the fuel (more surface area of the fuel and more oxygen from the steam). The steam also reduces the peak flame temperature, thus reducing NOx. MV Schieborg with FID combination Advantages of the FID Injector: Piston crown after 4400 running hours Fuel savings - Up to 1,25 % savings on 4 stroke engines - Up to 2,4 % savings on 2 stroke engines Maintenance - Less engine maintenance Environment - Up to 20% NOx reduction - Less black smoke - Up to 70% PM reduction Before installation of the Fuel Improvement Devices Type approval of: After installation of the Fuel Improvement Devices More information on www.ipcopower.com
  • 4. Location in the fuel system Low pressure, Low temperature High pressure, High temperature 3 Bunker tank Settling tank Heater Separator Day tank Dump cooler Mix tank Heater Auto filter Visco Fine filter 1 Bunker tank transfer pump 1 = FID Injector IPCO Power BV Spinel 400 3316 LG Dordrecht the Netherlands T.: +31 78 65 21 866 F.: +31 78 65 21 867 info@ipcopower.com www.ipcopower.com Purifier / Separator feed pumps Booster feed pump Booster circulation pumps Engines

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