Makhachkala, August 2, 2014. Japanese company Japan Low-Carbon Development Co. LTD’ presented their latest technology at Daghestan State University, the university’s press service informed RIA "Dagestan". Japanese guests visited the university on August 30. The delegation – mainly representatives of the "Support of Russia" Russian public organization in Japan – was accompanied by Daghestan authorities.
For the Japanese delegation, this is the second visit to Daghestan, but now it’s an expanded team. The visit can help the guests see today’s Daghestan with a market free for businesses and open for investment projects.
During the visit, in Daghestani government "Dagestanenergo" JSC and "Japan Low-Carbon Development Co. LTD" signed an agreement on establishing a joint venture. Also, they were proposed to consider collaboration with Daghestan in opening a medical center.
At the DSU, welcoming the guests Rector Murtazali Rabadanov briefed on the university’s history and contemporary activities including development of industrial technology. The meeting proceeded into the university’s conference hall where there were the DSU leadership, lecturers, and young scientists from the physical, chemical, ecological, and biological faculties.
President of the Japanese company Kassuia Makoto made a first presentation of a new project he had taken here with him. The technology is that you add up to 24% water to an oil volume and you get fuel identical to the original after running it through a technological cycle. To turn water into fuel, you need a chemical reaction – the liquids are mixed under high voltage. Methanol, water and diesel fuel pass through a complex filter coming up with fuel nicknamed "Aruko" which is indistinguishable from the original.
Makoto told about the step-by-step process of getting fuel energy from water. He emphasized that the technology is of great importance to environmental protection, rational use of fuel resources, and facilitating the supply of fuel to some regions. His presentation rose great interest in the audience to entail an interesting discussion of the new invention.
New technology by Japanese ‘Japan Low-Carbon Development Co. LTD’ presented at DSU02 September 2014 18:26 Posted in: SOCIETY Source : RIA "Dagestan"