System for producing energy from waste, without CO2 emissions

What is the « Breath System»?

The “Breath System” generates electrical and thermal energy from organic and plastic substances treated in such a way as not to produce or release harmful substances into the environment.

The processes are based on the fundamentals of chemistry, physics and thermodynamics, but above all on the observation of what has been happening in nature for millions of years.

These processes of molecular degradation, or more precisely “sublimation”, have been observed in natural gas and other fossil deposits. The same happens with the “Breath System”.

This system converts biomass, plastic or waste into SYNGAS (synthetic gas), which is used in an internal combustion engine connected to a generator for energy production. The heat generated, not used by the system, can be fully made available for private or industrial consumption.

The main objective of the system is not to produce harmful emissions to the environment. The brilliant idea of the 1912 Nobel Laureate Paul Sabatier was used for the recovery of carbon dioxide: the ''Sabatier Reaction''. This reaction converts carbon dioxide into methane and water.

"Breath System" in operation

All equipment and components of the BREATH System are installed by the manufacturer in a 40' long container ready for operation, being possible to install several modules in parallel, ready for operation.

This Plug & Play solution allows total mobility and availability so that the BREATH System can be transported and installed, whenever necessary, close to the intended fuel source, with a high reduction in logistical and fuel transport costs, resulting in a competitive advantage in relation to all current fixed systems for the production of electrical and thermal energy.

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