Patent Issued for Method and Appratus for Applying Plasma Particles to a Liquid and Use for Disinfecting Water.
InterContinental IP Client Alfredo Zolezzi-Garreton was issued a patent on his invention of Method and Apparatus for Applying Plasma Particles to a Liquid and Use for Disinfecting Water.
The invention provides a method and apparatus for creating plasma particles and applying the plasma particles to a liquid. Liquid feedstock (e.g., water and/or hydrocarbons mixed with biomass) is pumped through a pipeline; the single-phase stream is then transformed into a biphasic liquid-and-gas stream inside a chamber. The transformation is achieved by transitioning the stream from a high pressure zone to a lower-pressure zone. The pressure drop may occur when the stream further passes through a device for atomizing liquid. Inside the chamber, an electric field is generated with an intensity level that exceeds the threshold of breakdown voltage of the biphasic medium leading to a generation of a plasma state. Furthermore, the invention provides an energy-efficient highly adaptable and versatile method and apparatus for sanitizing water using plasma particles to inactivate biological agents contaminating water.
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The design patent consists of a Hair Styling Brush with a detachable handle. It was issued by the USPTO on May 8, 2012 and the Patent number is US D658,892S; to view it in more detail please visit the United States Patent and Trademark Office website.read more