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    What is a Jet-Spouted Bed?

    The Jet Spouted Bed (JSB) is a robust fluidization method that is not been widely used in industry, although there are several key advantages compared to more traditional fluidization methods, such as the Bubbling Fluid Bed (BFB) and the Circulating Fluid Bed (CFB). For example, […]

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    Reforming Carbon-Char with CO2 — Enriching Syngas with CO

    Taylor Energy proposes to resolve the problem of carbon-char waste produced during biomass gasification by reacting it with recycled carbon dioxide making useable carbon monoxide in a process called dry-reforming. Biomass derived carbon-char at 900 °C is a very reactive form of carbon, and we […]

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    Jet Spouted Bed

    The video shows the Taylor Energy Jet Spouted Bed (JSB) in operation feeding biomass. The JSB is powered by a Pulse-Jet Burner (a pulse deflagration burner) that imparts momentum to the bed as hot exhaust gases flow into the bottom the bed at 300 feet/second.

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    Taylor Energy uses subcontractors to perform on-site and off-site fabrication work. Typically, we use specialists with experience in construction methods associated with thermal processing.      

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    We are looking at the bottom section of the Taylor Energy gasification reactor. A Pulse-Deflagration-Burner, provided by Pulse Combustion Systems (PCS of Payson, Arizona,) is attached to the bottom of the gasifier and is used to input hot-air (or oxygen-enriched air) that is employed for […]

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    The image below shows the feeding-section of our gasification reactor being hoisted into place by All Star Crane Company of Riverside, CA. The gasifier spool-sections were bolted together on the ground in groups of three or four sections, so the crane could easily lift the […]

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    Mother Earth Needs Our Help

    Modern engineered landfills are ok, environmentally speaking. On the other hand, burying MSW in any landfill is a huge waste of energy. For example, 1-ton of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) contains the same amount of energy in 2-barrels of oil. Third-world landfills are a nightmare […]

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    EISG Grant Award — Syngas Process Development

    In May 2015, Taylor Energy was awarded a grant from the California Energy Commission under their EISG Program.  The project title is “Syngas Process Development for Renewable-Methane Production.” The EISG Statement-of-Work focuses on proof-of-concept testing of a novel steam-hydrogasification method; whereas, the CEC program, PON-14-303, (discussed […]

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    Fischer-Tropsch Alliance

    Taylor Energy has formed a business alliance with two companies with key technology needed to demonstrate a novel low-cost path to Fischer-Tropsch synthesis of liquid fuels. Novel XTL Process — Executive Summary XTL is the naming convention that refers to making liquids through the Fischer-Tropsch […]

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    California Energy Commission Grant Award

    Taylor Energy has been awarded a grant from the California Energy Commission to develop low-cost waste gasification technology.  The technology developed by Taylor Energy will be accomplished at the University of California Riverside CE-CERT facility. The key technology advancement by Taylor Energy will utilize a […]

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