Ok Guys, I am launching 2022 models early this year; all new orders from here on out will be 2022 models. I generally launch 2022 models in September, however, I have completed updates for manufacturing, made some improvements to the water drip systems and redesigned the Fusion module to directly integrate onto the M-1 SE and M-1 Utility Gasifier.
One improvement I wanted to accomplish was to increase fuel capacity by simply removing the internal filters. This is where the Fusion redesign comes in as it can now integrate directly onto the units and serve as the filter. So you now get the Fusion with the SE and Ute RTR versions. The Fusion is network ready so you can easily add on units to expand run times as well. You can also separate the Fusion and make it a stand alone filter and networking module. In this configuration you can add the shut off valves for each gasifier module to make refueling on the fly possible.
The water tank got an over haul as it was just plain ugly. lol. We now fully fab this tank and its just as easy to build as using the square tubing and it looks much better makes the units look more streamline.
The water drip nozzle system is much improved. The major reason for this design change was create some sort of flash back arrestor. If the unit has a flash back with the open nozzle it can shoot ambers out and that is not good as it can start a fire. So I experimented with a few designs and come up with this design that was a back up plan for a more elaborate design. This plan worked better and improved the water drip system plus accomplished the core design goal of creating a flash back arrestor. So now the water is fed into the end of the air intake pipe rather than from the side like originally. The intake air is then feed through an array holes that surround where the water drip feed tube terminates inside the intake. So now the air is rushing in at a high velocity and then grabs the water drips as they form on the feed tube. The water is then atomized and or form a mist fully coating the nozzle plus some mist is direct fed into the hot zone. The water that coats the walls of the nozzle is then evaporated into steam and carried into the machine. This has improved flow consistency of the water drip plus evening out how the steam vapors enter the hot zone for thorough reaction processes.
Other changes are for manufacturing purposes. My goal is to get to mass production of these systems; the build to order model must go as soon as possible. But there are steps to get there; however, the new design is ready for this.