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All TCOM system byproducts have been tested by independent laboratories in Hawaii and the U.S. Mainland. Test results are available on request.
TCOM produces clean-
Gaseous Fuels (“Syngas”)
Gaseous fuels are a mixture of methane, propane, and lighter gases. They can be fed as they are produced directly into variable speed generators to power the TCOM process or stored for future or external uses.
Solid carbons are valued for manufacture. Much of what we use, including much of our clothing, household and commercial items, construction materials, equipment, vehicles, and aircraft contain carbons.
Charcoal is familiar to families all over the world. It is an essential ingredient at barbecues and as a standard fuel source for heating and cooking in developing countries nearly everywhere.
Charcoal used as a soil
amendment is often known as biochar. The University of Hawaii
College of Agriculture and Human Resources has found that TCOM-
Activated Carbon/Activated Charcoal
Activated carbons are essential for industrial, commercial, and domestic filtration. It is used in machinery, water filters, and chemical processes.
The retention properties of their porous surfaces also make them an excellent productivity enhancing soil amendment, where their performance may surpass that of standard biochars.
Fuels produced by the
TCOM process can be used to run generators to create
electrical energy. Because fuels not immediately used can be stored
for later use, TCOM-