Patent for Sale:

Fuel Emulsion Technology    

Technique involves passing fluid mixture over many obstructions


- Utilized within most of the top NASCAR & Indy race teams
- Proven results in horsepower and fuel efficiency
- Verified over 950 times over the past 12 years

Fluid emulsification involves passing a first fluid through a primary passage, mixing a second fluid with the first fluid by introducing the second fluid to the primary passage through an inlet located upstream, and passing the fluid mixture over an obstruction located within the primary passage

Benefits: Enables the fuel droplets to break-up into finer droplets and to be more evenly distributed in the mixture, resulting in much better fuel combustion, increased horsepower, and efficiency. Tests have shown a fuel savings of 9% to 15%, and increased horsepower by 10%.

Primary Application of the Technology

Oil Refineries (Pumping sub-stations)
Liquid Natural Gas Facilities
Bio-Fuel Engines
Natural Gas Engines
Diesel Engines
Heavy Equipment Industries
Energy Companies
Construction Industries
Chemical Companies & Pharmaceutical Companies that mix two fluids together for better emulsification.

The seller would like to be granted a license back.

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 516: Colloid Systems And Wetting Agents; Subcombinations Thereof; Processes Of Making, Stabilizing, Breaking, Or Inhibiting

Subject matter provided for in this class: colloid systems (also called colloid dispersions or colloid suspensions) of the following six systems (dispersed phase/continuous phase): solid/liquid; solid/gas; liquid+/solid; liquid/liquid; liquid/gas; gas/liquid (+liquid in gels may be dispersed or continuous in the continuous solid phase); wetting agents (compositions for wetting surfaces, including spreading, penetrating, or leveling); subcombination compositions of colloid systems or wetting agents containing at least an agent specialized and designed for or peculiar to use in making or stabilizing colloid systems or in wetting agents, which includes: (a) compositions fully compounded for and intended to be made into a colloid system, such as an assemblage of compounds merely requiring non-material input (such as agitation) to effect a colloid system; (b) compositions consisting of a potential dispersand* combined with a colloid system making or stabilizing agent; (c) compositions consisting of a mixture of colloid system making or stabilizing agents, or, of one such agent* and an adjuvant*, or, of a mixture of adjuvants, in each instance the composition lacking both the material to be dispersed and the material in which it is to be dispersed, including thickening, suspending, stabilizing agents, or protective colloid compositions.

Subclass 10: Having discontinuous gas or vapor phase, e.g., foam:

Class 44: Fuel And Related Compositions

A liquid or solid composition designed primarily to react chemically, usually with oxygen in air, to produce heat in controllable amounts, included are most compositions designed to produce both heat and a deoxygenating effect in metallurgical and similar processes, designated to be dispersed in air for explosive combustion in an engine and/or designed to produce illumination light along with heat upon combustion. A process for making such composition by adding substances, by removing components (using chemical or physico-chemical procedures) by shaping or reshaping or arranging fuel elements or object in a particular relation to each other, except where provided for in another class. An additive which imparts desire aesthetic, handling or burning properties to a fuel, or a composition useful only for scratching a match or removing soot from a combustion-related apparatus. Certain combinations of fuel with an igniting composition, an incombustible carrier for the fuel, a wrapper of bundling material or an additive. A process for treating coal not elsewhere classifiable.

Subclass 301: Emulsion fuel (e.g., water-gasoline emulsions, etc.)