Renewable Alaska Gas Energy
“The Gas We Can Live With”
- When wood burns it releases gasses.
- Wood smoke is full of tar gasses.
- If the gasses are not burned up during combustion they cool.
- When tar gasses cool they leave behind soot, tar, and creosote
BUT WHAT IF…
The fuel has all the heat it needs to crack the tar gasses, but not enough oxygen to combust all the gas?
- Wood is a solid fuel.
- In the presence of enough air, heat, and an ignition source (say a match), wood will combust.
- When wood heats up it releases complex gasses, some of which are combustible (pyrolysis).
- If the wood has all the right stuff, it will completely combust leaving only water, carbon dioxide, heat, and ashes (the minerals found in the wood).
Finally! A Clean-Burning Energy System
We Can All Live With!
Infrared Photos of the 401K Wood Gasifier
Sustainable – Ecological – Cost Efficient
Easy Maintenance and Operation
Eliminates Waste and Improves Air Quality
401K Wood Gasifier
401K Wood Gasifier Housing