Cavitation Technologies, Inc.
10019 Canoga Ave.,
Chatsworth, CA 91311 USA
Phone: (818) 718-0905
Cavitation Technologies, Inc. Buisness Description
Cavitation Technologies, Inc. OTCBB: CVAT specializes in cavitation technologies. Our vision is to become the technology and worldwide market leader in the manufacture and sale of modular biodiesel production systems using revolutionary, 2-stage, continuous flow, hydrodynamic, cavitation-based NANO technology. Our mission is to make the world better through renewable energy. Although we recognize that cavitation has numerous potential commercial applications in markets such as water sanitation, alcoholic beverage instant aging, milk pasteurization, water - diesel emulsification, and crude-oil up-grading, our focus is to apply our technology to the manufacture of biodiesel production systems, biodiesel reactor systems, and the production of biodiesel. We may adapt our strategy to take advantage of other opportunities as they arise.
The Company Advantages
Cavitation Technologies Inc. (CTI) plans to attract customers not only with promotion
of product advantages but also with the following:
Education and Training: Every customer has opportunity to train staff on our production facilities in Chatsworth, CA; additionally our qualified technicians will follow up customers on their facilities.
General Knowledge Database: CTI maintains a continually updated knowledge database for all biodiesel related information including; general information to help in pre-project considerations, principal project planning as well as a wide variety of production and product relevant information.
Project Planning and Consulting: business plan preparation, making necessary calculations, preparations and installations (tanks, pipes, compressors, generator, office rooms, pumps etc.)
Process Consulting: planning, design, assembling, placing into operation biodiesel testing laboratory, training of personal by experienced trainers; offering sets of pre-assembled lab test kits for the most common biodiesel production parameters; training for plant chemists. After sales consultancy is also maintained.
What is Nanotechnology?
The diameter of an atom is about 0.15 nm. The diameter of an olive oil molecule is about 2 nm. In homogeneous fluid, the critical nucleus size corresponds to the volume of 10-100 atoms, e.g. to 1.5-15 nm (Insepov Z, Bazhirov T, Norman G, Stegailov V (2007) Computer simulation of bubble formation. Joint International Topical Meeting on Mathematics & Computation and Supercomputing in Nuclear Applications (M&C + SNA 2007), Monterey, CA, USA, April 15-19, 2007).
The term "nano cavitation" means that in some cases the cavitation nucleus size is less than 1 micron, that the developed technology allows to both synthesize and modify nanoparticles and produces dispersions and emulsions composed of the submicron-sized particles. In addition, coating inner parts of our cavitation generators with the nanoparticles that are surface-modified with the catalytically active compounds is underway.
If the multistage cavitation generator, the repeated bubble implosion is accompanied by the successive elevation in both pressure and temperature, generation of local jet streams, shock waves, vigorous shearing forces, emission of ultraviolet and/or visible light, which may induce photochemical reactions. As a result, a significant amount of energy is released, which activates atoms, molecules and radicals located within the cavities and those in the surrounding fluid, and initiates chemical reactions and processes and/or dissipates into the surrounding as heat.
The term ‘nanotechnology' encompasses a huge range of activities. 'Nano' is used in the world of science to mean one billionth. E.g. a nanometer is a billionth of a metre. A nanometer is only ten atoms across! So generally nanotechnology is used to mean technology at the nanometer level. Nanotechnology attempts to achieve something useful through the manipulation of matter at this level.
Molecular nanotechnology (MNT), applies to building organic and inorganic structures atom-by-atom, or molecule-by-molecule. Here we are using the forces of nature to assemble nanostructures.