CCA harvests Algae Blooms at $10.00 Dry Weight Ton
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Algae Blooms? We Make Fuel
Powdered Algae-Algae Industry Magazine
Recent press about the seemingly novel concept of powdered algae as a jet engine fuel has raised eyebrows in the airline industry, and among competing algae processing technologies. However, Robert Fulton, president of Utah-based Compact Contractors for America (CCA), sees dry processed algal biofuel as a serious contender for JP-8 replacement in military aircraft engines and aero-derivative gas turbine power systems.
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Penn State University ARL Lab Raw Data
5% TBF replacement of A-1 kerosene yielded the following results: SG-16 engine immediately began to exceed operational limits. Temperature increased to 650 C, and RPMS exceeded 22, 000. The testing had to be stopped. The engine ran within operational limits on A-1. Conclusion? A bigger, more robust test engine is required. Most recent testing at PSU/ARL confirmed earlier demonstrations that TBF has specific properties that blend well with current liquid fuel. TRL 5
Florida alone has spent $15 million to reduce or stop algal blooms.
And now Red Tide!
CCA will harvest bloom algae at $10 per dry weight ton. $1 million 500,000 tons would have been removed from Florida waterways.