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•Using Agri waste to wealth through carbon generator special pyrolysis process creating Bio-products.
• Integrated technologies to sustainably increase energy efficiency, effectiveness while reducing energy losses to have a green footprint.
• A holistic 50Kw Carbon Generator is proposed to be installed, which will produce 4 bi-products (Bio-Oil, Activated carbon, Syngas and Heat).
• The process of generation of the by-products is completely pollution-free & leaves no residue with each material including energy evolved being best utilized.

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Produced gas from the carbon generator generally is known as weak gas or Synthesis gas, some of its composition match with the natural gas. In actuality, we would say it Hydrogen-Rich Gas because it is being produced by the cellulosic or Hemicellulos biomass. While in the produced gas, there is some percentage of Inert gases we found like Nitrogen N2, Carbon dioxide CO2 etc. Due to the presence of inert gases the calorific value of this gas is low. To improve the calorific value of this gas we have designed a filtration medium that reduces the inert gas percentage from the gas coming out of the reactor. The filtration chamber of the carbon generator is designed with all the safety premises, it does not clean all inert gases throughout. This filtered gas directly connect with electricity generator all process works in the continuous motion.

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Renewable Electrical energy

Biomass is renewable organic material that comes from plants and animals. This is the conversion of solid fuel made from plant materials into electricity. Although fundamentally, biomass involves burning organic materials to produce Green energy or electricity, and nowadays this is a much cleaner, more energy-efficient process.The use of biomass fuels for transportation and electricity generation is increasing in many developed countries as a means of avoiding carbondioxide CO2 emissions from fossil fuel use. In 2020, biomass provided nearly 5 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) and about 5% of total primary energy use in the United States. By converting agricultural, industrial and domestic waste into solid, liquid and gas fuel, biomass generates power at a much lower economic and environmental cost.

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Biochar (charcoal) that is produced through partial pyrolysis of biomass in the absence or reduced oxygen. It is defined by the International Biochar Initiative as "The solid material obtained from the thermochemical conversion of biomass in an oxygen-limited environment". It is a high-carbon, fine-grained residue that is produced via pyrolysis; which produces a mixture of solids (the biochar proper), liquid (bio-oil), and gas (syngas) products. The specific yield from pyrolysis is dependent on process conditions such as temperature, residence time, and heating rate. These parameters can be tuned to produce either energy or biochar. The increasing heating rate leads to a decrease in biochar yield. It is a stable solid that is rich in carbon and can endure in soil for many years.Biochar is being investigated as a means of carbon sequestration, and it may be a means to mitigate climate change. It results from processes related to pyrogenic carbon capture and storage. Biochar may increase the soil fertility of acidic soils, increase agricultural productivity, and protect against some foliar and soil-borne diseases. Our carbon generator generally produces 20-25% biochar again yield directly depending on the working condition. We have designeda wide range of biochar according to the desired application. We also convert it into a different form of carbon like Hard Carbon, N-Doped Carbon, and Activated carbon. Hard carbon we directly produce with further treatment of biochar via carbon generator in a continuous manner.

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It is a liquid substance produced in precisely controlled pyrolysis of biomass the produced oil known as Bio-Oil. Due to the high moisture content present in this oil, it is called wood vinegar, it cannot convert into Bio-diesel. Wood vinegar is often referred to as pyroligneous acid or wood acid. While a variety of biomass types can be used to produce wood vinegar, such as wood, crops, agricultural residues or different materials of biological origin, the most common types of biomass used are hardwood chips and sawdust. Wood vinegar is produced in the pyrolysis process, which is a type of treatment that can be applied to any organic (carbon-based) product. When the biomass is exposed to high temperatures in the absence of oxygen, it goes through chemical and physical separation into different molecules. The decomposition takes place thanks to the limited thermal stability of chemical bonds of materials, which allows them to be disintegrated by using heat. Wood vinegar is a natural, biological product that can be used in a variety of segments. While there are many possible applications, one of the most promising markets for wood vinegar is related to agriculture and organic farming. The highest quality and standardised wood vinegar are produced under accurately designed conditions according to the producer recipe.

We have tested and found various benefits of wood vinegar for organic and conventional farming:

• Increasing vitality and quality of crops by spraying diluted wood vinegar on plant leaves Protection from the harmful insects and specific plant diseases Control of the biological activity of the soil by helping to influence the concentration of useful microbes.
• Wood vinegar is an excellent pesticide and fertilizer that improves soil quality, helps eliminate pests and assists in plant growth control by being able to accelerate the development of plants. It is often used to increase the amounts of fruits produced in orchards.
• Help in the development of stronger roots for the plants.
• Reduction of odours from produced manures.
• Facilitation of composting – wood vinegar as a compost activator helps to accelerate the conversion of the material into organic compost.

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The excess heat generated by the carbon generator, we are trying not to dissipate in the atmosphere. Also innovative integration of existing technologieswith ourpartner companies, for designing systems to capture the wasteheat/energy. We are testingto run a Thermal Frost cooling unit with this heat energy. The holistic approach was behind this idea to utilise all aspects of energy, as we all know the first law of thermodynamics “the Conservation of energy, which says that energy can be neither created nor destroyed, but can only change form”