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Powerhouse Ener Share Chat (PHE)



Share Price: 1.075Bid: 1.05Ask: 1.10Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Powerhouse Ener
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 4.76%Open: 1.175High: 1.175Low: 1.075Yesterday’s Close: 1.075


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Piltick
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RE: Feedstock
Today 10:26
Thank you, pomander, for acknowledging that the waste has to be segregated first and that only one type of feedstock at a time can be gasified. So no mixed waste going through the system at a time. The same as the other systems.

That is the point that I have been trying to get across for ages, so at last we have got there.

So now can we stop talking about processing mixed waste streams?

As far as the tyre crumb is concerned, I assume they have stuck to one particular type of feedstock up until now in order to get as much data as possible during testing the prototype, and to enable them to "fine-tune" the system. At some point they will probably move on to another type of waste, perhaps plastic as there are mountains of that stuff lying about. But I can't say for sure because I haven't asked them.

But if they are able to successfully gasify tyre crumb and if that will give them (i.e. us shareholders) a profit, then what is so wrong in sticking with one or two specific feed-stocks? The environment needs someone to clean up old tyres and plastics.
 
pomander
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RE: Feedstock
Today 10:13
Piltick - you seem to be sensible chap so why you keep saying you cannot have mixed waste streams.'' The waste has to be segregated first''is beyond me. We are all aware that mixed waste has to segregated,
but surely the point is that Phe have only tested the systems on one type of waste stream- pre-screened tyre crumble.

The MouseCrap video even indulges us by having humanoids manually segregating the waste
jabberba
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RE: Feedstock
Today 09:30
That's why you don't see trolls on their respective bbs
jabberba
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RE: Feedstock
Today 09:28
Gasification at lower temperature causes mechanical breakdown, bunged up , corroded parts and residue that is costly to clean up and costly to get rid of. Not competitive
Piltick
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RE: Feedstock
Today 09:09
Having had a quick read of this, it seems to me that there are some similarities and some differences. It appears that they do not process mixed waste, and that the feedstock consists of chips or pellets. So they may be able to process several different materials, but one at a time, similar to PHE's system in that respect. I also note that quite a lot of up-front preparation is done, segregation, chipping (of wood), drying etc. So this is similar to the pre-gasification of tyre crumb in PHE's case.

No dumping of mixed domestic waste straight into the hopper!

The main difference, as I see it, is that this system operates at up to 600 or 700 degrees. KA has said in the past that PHE's main competitive edge is its high operating temperature of 1200 to 1500 degrees. This is what makes it different to the other gasification systems, and it is achieving this ultra-high operating temperature that has caused most of their problems during the prototype stage, and that has been the cause of past delays that is often mentioned on this BB from time to time.
wazzza
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Today 08:58
Noticed all my positive posts in last couple days after demonstration days have been removed from ADVFN someone on that site does not want any good posts wonder why that is?
BumbleB
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RE: Feedstock
Today 07:18
Rossannan. This does not seem to be a directly comparable technology. More of a focus on woody materials and less emphasis on hydrogen production.

http://www.eqtec.es/fitxer/570/EQTEC%20gasifier%20Technology_EN.pdf

I note that they talk about sorting waste into different types.
rossannan
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RE: Feedstock
Today 01:53
Sorry about the £, not sure why that is happening in recent posts, may be an IOS issue.
rossannan
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RE: Feedstock
Sat 18:34
BumbleB

EQT is the main one that we£ve discussed on here.
jabberba
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RE: On the rampage
Sat 18:21
More flannel. PHE will be executing on it's stated plan, doing enough to satisfy our global suitors.
Things are going well and we have them eating out of our hands. As soon as the contract lands then the market will change its tune




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