Research is conducted using the reactors powered by hydrodynamic cavitation technologies.
Research is conducted using the laboratory units powered by the adsorptive purification method.
Research is conducted using the devices that operate with the principle of vortex layer of ferromagnetic particles applied.
Research is conducted using the laboratory equipment that operates according to the “wet” colloid grinding principle.
Research is conducted using the laboratory equipment to obtain small batches of bitumen emulsions.
Research is conducted using the laboratory instruments to measure moisture, breakdown voltage, dielectric loss tangent, and hydrogen in transformer oil.
• production of water-fuel emulsions using the hydrodynamic cavitation and a vortex layer of ferromagnetic particles;
• purification and regeneration of used petroleum oils using natural adsorbents;
• decontamination of wastewater from pathogenic microorganisms using a rotating electromagnetic field, etc.
In addition, the Alternative Fuels Research Institute provides the services for carrying out experiments in its laboratory using the customer’s source raw materials.