The MagneGas team has been keeping busy so far this fall. Check out some of our recent happenings over the past month, including an update on our ongoing MagneGas2® customer demos, expansion announcements and participation in local community events!
MagneGas2® Customer Demonstrations
Great news on the MagneGas expansion and distribution front! We are pleased to report that MagneGas2® has been successfully demonstrated to several large potential customers this month, showcasing our renewable fuel’s many advantages with fantastic results.
“The initial test phase produced 33-37% gains in production speed, with no need to perform any post-cut preparation,” stated Steve Voight, MagneGas Director of Business Development, when explaining the demos and many benefits of MagneGas2®. “We also established that there was no preheat necessary. This reflects a substantial decrease, as much as 30%, in additional fuel consumption to the customer.”
You can see our demonstrations for yourself in our MagneGas2® Public Demo Video here.
MagneGas Participates in WWAR 2016 Event
Earlier this month, MagneGas’ Director of HSE and United States Marine Corps veteran, Bruce Gane (pictured left), participated in the Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch, WWAR Alive Ride 2016 event which took place on September 8th in Pinellas Park, FL.
This event raised awareness of our Wounded Warriors and also helped build a community park to honor the military. Veterans and general cyclists from all over joined in on this ten mile bike ride around the city of Pinellas Park. You can view pictures from the event in the full gallery here.
The Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch and Park was founded in 2013 by Wounded Warrior Mike Delancey, a Pinellas Park resident who himself was critically injured in a sniper attack during military combat in Iraq and has confronted his own life changing injuries.
MagneGas was honored to participate in this wonderful event and looks forward to continuing to support our hometown heroes! To learn more about the Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch program, please visit: www.woundedwarriorsabilitiesranch.org
Pictured Above: Wounded Warrior and WWAR and Park founder, Mike Delancey, reaches out to his community with his second annual Alive Ride event aimed at raising money for the Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch park construction and continuing to help veterans in the Tampa area. Photo Credit: Joe Leone Photography
ICYMI: September Press Highlights:
- Sept. 26: MagneGas Completes Purchase of 2,000 Additional Fuel Cylinders to Accommodate Accelerating Demand for MagneGas2®
Company Receives Final Shipment of Previously Announced 2,000 Cylinder Purchase Order to Accommodate Growing Demand
- Sept. 22: MagneGas Successfully Completes Gasification System Construction for Expansion into Gulf Coast
Agreements Call for $775,000 Equipment Sale, Royalty Payments and Future Expansion Rights with Additional Equipment Sales
MagneGas2® will be Provided to Six Locations in One State; Expansion to Eight Additional Regional States Expected
REMINDER: MagneGas Encourages Florida Voters to VOTE NO on Amendment 1 on Florida’s November Ballot
As a Company that remains focused on and committed to sustainable technology and renewable energy practices, MagneGas doesn’t support the utility monopolies blocking solar power with more fees and regulations under the deceptive guise of “protecting consumer rights.” Don’t be fooled!
As you may have read about in our recent blog post, there have been two Florida amendments concerning solar power, but one is backed by the utility companies trying to charge and limit solar.
Want more solar in the Sunshine State? Join us in Voting NO on Amendment 1 on Florida’s November Ballot!
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