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Urban Pollution & HVAC

Versatile LPP Combustion Power Systems

Lower operating costs for building boilers using liquid fuels.  Install low-emissions, liquid-fueled combined heat and power (CHP) systems, providing heat, hot-water and air conditioning (AC) for buildings.  Emissions are on par with natural gas.

LPP Combustion Fuel Preparation Skid

Modular, front-end, add-on unit upgrades in-place gas-turbine or boiler to multi-fuel capability.

LPP Combustion Power System

The special-order turnkey LPP Combustion multi-fuel power system includes a modular LPP Combustion Fuel Preparation Skid integrated with a new (COTS) gas-turbine.

LPP Combustion Fuel Preparation Skid - Biofuel

Modular, front-end, add-on unit upgrades in-place gas-turbine or boiler for biofuel capability optimized for bio-ethanol or bio-diesel.

LPP Combustion Power System - Biofuel

The special-order turnkey LPP Combustion biofuel power system includes a modular LPP Combustion Fuel Preparation Skid integrated with a new (COTS) gas-turbine.  Optimized for bio-ethanol or bio-diesel.

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LPP Combustion equipment enables low-emissions use of heating oil in existing boilers used for building heating systems, ensuring compliance with air-quality regulations and significantly reducing the amount of soot (particulate matter) released into the air.


In-place boiler systems can be up-graded to low-emissions, multi-fuel capability via installation of the modular LPP Combustion front-end Fuel Preparation Unit.

Liquid fuel vaporization capability also removes an obstacle to wider adoption of the more highly-efficient gas-turbine combined heat and power systems (CHP) for urban building HVAC by utilizing the existing heating oil fuel distribution infrastructure to create a substitute for natural gas on-demand.  The substitute gas is created at the site where it is consumed - at the building.

In urban areas, heating oil fuel distribution piping and on-site storage are not easily replaced.  (For example, it would be difficult to dig up the entirety of Madison Avenue in Manhattan in order to lay a new natural gas piping distribution system to fuel gas-turbines for low-emissions power and building heat.)

Turbine-based building heat and power systems, fueled by heating oil vaporized on-site via LPP Combustion equipment, obviate any need for funding new natural gas distribution infrastructure.

Gas-turbines configured for combined heat and power and boilers gain multi-fuel capability with LPP Combustion equipment, providing some options for fuel procurement.  For example, some on-site fuel storage would enable use of biofuels in urban heating and power applications and would also provide emergency back-up fuel supply.  Owners of urban gas-turbine CHP systems can forego a costly 'dual-fuel upgrade' which would otherwise be needed to use diesel fuel (yielding high-emissions and spewing soot) in addition to natural gas.

LPP Combustion Advantage