Hydrogen Plasma

Solid Waste Decomposition

SEARCHES will dedicate resources to the research and development of novel and existing Hydrogen Plasma combustion systems for en-mass solid waste processing. 

Hydrogen Energy Cycle Management

SEARCHES will dedicate resources to maximize efficiency of proven energy conversion systems used to electrolyze water to generate Hydrogen and Oxygen requisite of the technology required for storage, distribution and re-composition of the H2O water molecule.

Hydrogen Combustion Systems

SEARCHES will dedicate resources to analyze trends in global experimentation, critical review and adoption of Hydrogen as an energy carrier to drive internal combustion and turbine driven systems.

Hydrogen Production / Distribution

The Electrolyzer

In its most basic form, any water subjected to an electrical current above just a few millivolts will break the electron bond between the Hydrogen and Oxygen gases which may be easily individually collected and pressurized into containment vessels for later use.

The Fuel Cell

in its most basic form a fuel cell is a device in the form of a mesh screen that will allow a molecule of Hydrogen to pass through to bond to the larger Oxygen molecule on the other side setting up an electrical potential between the two sides of the screen which is then connected with an electrical conductor which is then charged with voltage that may be put to work.  Fuel cells when set in repeating sequence enable high volume H2/O2 oxidation to generate a large electrical potential potentials and large volumes of water.

The Containment Vessel

The most basic of materials may be used for low pressure containment of hydrogen gas, yet, with the maximum density storage of compressed Hydrogen or even liquid hydrogen in a super-critical cryogenic slush, requires materials of great strength and resistance to thermal expansion.   From a glass bottle to a steel cylinder to a multi-layer carbon-fiber over-wrapped 10,000 PSI pressure vessel, Hydrogen can be stored easily, yet the future consumer markets will require new standards for simple domestic / commercial / consumer containment vessels of all shapes and sizes.