The LPP Combustion System converts conventional liquid fuels into a synthetic natural gas, called LPP gas.
(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 18, 2006) COLUMBIA, MD -- LPP Combustion, LLC is pleased to announce that on August 15, 2006, it was awarded a patent (U.S. Patent # 7,089,045) for its "System for Vaporization of Liquid Fuels for Combustion and Method of Use," which LPP Combustion is calling the "Lean, Premixed, Prevaporized (LPP) Combustion System."
The LPP Combustion System converts conventional liquid fuels into a synthetic natural gas, called LPP gas. This LPP gas can then be burned in place of natural gas in low emissions gas turbines or other combustion devices providing the flexibility to burn most fuels while meeting the local environmental regulations.
"The award of this patent for the LPP Combustion System, along with the benefits of fuel savings and flexibility and contingency to curtailment, places LPP Combustion, LLC in a strong position in its markets," said John Sams, COO. "We see great success for the technology which can be used in a wide range of combustion applications and global markets."
LPP Combustion, LLC is a Maryland-based, limited liability company and is currently pursuing partners to assist in further operational development. For more information, please contact:
John Sams, President & COO
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