Renergi is the manufacturer of MERGI Combustion Catalyst. MERGI promotes combustion by reducing the ignition delay in the combustion process. Improving this figure will lead to various beneficial effects, such as reduced maintenance costs, fuel savings and reduced emissions.
Renergi AS is a Norwegian company that has been conducting fuel ignition studies since the 1970s. As a result, the MERGI combustion catalyst has been completed. This catalyst improves the quality of fuels so that more energy is released, hydrocarbon residues are reduced and residues are cleaner. It is a non-metallic catalyst.
MERGI Combustion Catalyst reduces the ignition delay of the fuel, which increases combustion efficiency. This, in turn, first reduces maintenance costs (piston rings break less often and do not jam so often, wear on rings and cylinder liners, contamination of turbochargers and catalysts, etc.), as well as fuel consumption. It also allows the use of lower quality fuels and reduces CO, NOx and HC emissions. MERGI improves the combustion of fuels such as heavy fuels, marine diesel, gas oil, petrol, car diesel. It can be used in both marine and onshore engines, as well as in boilers.
Field and laboratory tests have been performed at the following institutions: Det norske Veritas, Fueltech, Wroclaw University of Technology, Marintek, Delft University of Technology, New Sulzer Diesel. Renerg also has data on tests performed by supply companies. Regarding quality control, the MERGI Combustion Catalyst is constantly tested by the Swedish National Testing and Research Institute.
1.Reduces the ignition rate of fuel by 8.8% for heavy fuels and 10% for light fuels
2.Reduces exhaust gas temperature between 15 ° C and 40 ° C
3.Reduces heating consumption by up to 10%
4.Reduces CO, HC and Nox emissions up to 53%, 40% and 11% respectively
Use MERGI Combustion Catalyst
MERGI Combustion Catalyst reduces the ignition delay of the fuel, which increases combustion efficiency. This in turn reduces maintenance costs and fuel consumption. It also allows the use of lower quality fuels and reduces CO, NOx and HC emissions. petrol, automotive diesel.
Used in systems:
Marine and stationary engines (low, medium and high speeds), boilers, cars and trucks , etc.
Special dosing bottles are available for cars and trucks.
MERGI Combustion Catalyst contains kerosene distillate, which is harmful if swallowed. Product safety data sheets are available on request.
Data from field and laboratory tests performed by the following institutions are available:
DNV, Fueltech, Wroclaw University of Technology, Marintek, Delft University of Technology, New Sulzer Diesel. In addition, we have documentation of tests performed by well-known supply companies. The management of these companies has decided to continue using the MERGI product after extensive research.
The Swedish National Testing and Research Institute is constantly testing the MERGI Combustion Catalyst. .
< EGYENNAL COMBUSTION PROCESS̋
Petroleum-based liquid fuels contain many hydrocarbons. In order to convert such fuels into energy, combustion must take place. The product of complete combustion is water and carbon dioxide. Incomplete combustion leaves carbon monoxide, soot and tar.
Small and light molecules of bicarbonate, such as those found in gas and oil, burn easily. The large and heavy hydrocarbon molecules in the residual fuel oil do not ignite so easily, which is why they require a higher temperature for complete combustion. During the combustion process, the formation of free radicals affects the rate of combustion. Thermal cracking of molecules (cracking accelerates the cleavage reactions by means of catalysts) occurs when a sufficient temperature is reached. The components formed during cracking (cracking accelerates the cleavage reactions with the aid of catalysts) are very reactive and immediately look for oxygen molecules to join. Oxidation releases heat, which in turn causes further thermal cracking. This triggers a chain reaction.
MERGI Combustion Catalyst improves the ignition of fuels so that more energy is released, hydrocarbon residues are reduced and residues are cleaner. The catalyst is designed to reduce ignition delay and improve combustion efficiency. Better combustion quality means that the piston rings are cleaner, which in turn allows for closer contact between the rings and the cylinder liner. MERGI contains components that are subject to thermal cracking (cracking accelerates the cleavage reactions with catalysts) at significantly lower temperatures (about 200 ° C) than hydrocarbon molecules. The concentration of free radicals increases in the earlier phase of ignition. This improves the quality of the combustion process by making it more intense as soon as oxidation begins. The result is a higher flame temperature and more complete combustion of the fuel.
An increase in temperature allows the oxidation of soot and tar (low-hydrocarbon hydrocarbons) that would otherwise simply remain in the engine (see pictures on the left) or be emitted as polluting exhaust. Complete combustion reduces carbon monoxide production and increases energy emissions from the fuel. The higher temperature also improves the condition of the valves and piston rings, burning off soot and carbon residues and thus increasing the compressive force. Reduced cylinder leakage increases engine efficiency and reduces fuel consumption.