The Phoenix-40 is the next generation of technology that is capable of utilizing waste oil products, such as used motor/equipment oil, to produce electricity for transfer to the power grid. Utilizing the award-wining, clean burning Cyclone Mark V External Combustion Engine, preliminary designs rate the P-40 generator system as producing upwards of 60kW of electrical power.
The P-40 is a more complex genset than the P-10 with higher operating temperatures and pressures. This allows it to produce 3 to 6 times more elelctricity. It is designed for larger waste oil producer with monthly quantities of 800 gallons or more.
The benefits of the P-40 are the same as the P-10. It is a green alternative energy source, that eliminates a potential contaminate and produces an additional revenue stream.
The Phoenix 40 is still in development and not scheduled for pilot testing until early 2013.
Size (with cover): 36"wide x 36"deep x 108"tall
Weight: 600 lbs
Power Source: Mark V external combustion engine by Cyclone Power Technologies
Location Requirements: Interior or exterior
Facility Requirements: Compressed air
Fuel: Used on-specification motor oil (i.e. #2, #4 or #5 motor oil or from industrial operations)
Fuel Consumption: Approximately 3.5gal/hr at full output
Electrical Output: Up to 60kW
Exaust Stack: Through roof or exterior wall
Exhaust Temperature: Approximately 400°F (at engine top)
Emission Data: NOx and CO2 particulates essentially eliminated