The Logical Solution

To energy pollution

THE LOGICAL SOLUTION
TO ENERGY POLLUTION
The device is called Power Tube, model Argus A-1 . It is a clean energy, closed loop, geomagmatic, renewable power plant. The technology is the subject of a twenty-two (22) point complete systems patent based on 4 new technologies and 11 disciplines. The patent was granted in June 2001, and is owned exclusively by the corporation Power Tube, Inc.

GEOMAGMATIC

Few locations worldwide are ideal for this, as generating power from today’s mainstream geothermal plants require: a) high temperature heat resource (usually 500 degrees or higher) b) access to large bodies of water, and c) a market which can support a production price of 5 cents per kilowatt-hour or more. Geothermal is also a mature industry, where most of the growth occurred by the late 1980′s.

ECO-FRIENDLY

ARGUS UNIT 
POWER TUBE
Argus units are designed to be minimal maintenance units.
The maintenance is performed by a remote supervisory center via satellite.
The system is designed so that the supervising controller can adjust (tweak) the settings of the on-board programmable logic controller (PLC)

WORK 24 HRS

PERFORATION

The Heat, Fuels the World

The Argus A-1 unit does not rely on water to drive a turbine. Since it is completely enclosed, it releases no pollutants into the air.
Management

Having the right hands on the job makes a difference

When we see companies say things like "a century of collective experience," we all look around and laugh. We can count pretty high, but not high enough to tally the years of experience we have managing job sites of every size.

POWER TUBE

74,000 tons of carbon dioxide 200 tons of sulfur dioxide 10 tons of aerial particulates 200 tons of nitrogen oxide 14.40 tons of carbon monoxide 440 tons of hydrocarbon 3.4 tons of mercury 4.5 tons of arsenic 2.5 tons of lead. 

With an equivalent 10 MW Power Tube unit "NONE  of the above!".

SERVICES LIST

MORE ABOUT POWER TUBE TECHNOLOGY

Few locations worldwide are ideal for this, as generating power from today’s mainstream geothermal plants require: a) high temperature heat resource (usually 500 degrees or higher) b) access to large bodies of water, and c) a market which can support a production price of 5 cents per kilowatt-hour or more. Geothermal is also a mature industry, where most of the growth occurred by the late 1980′s. The Argus A-1 unit does not rely on water to drive a turbine. Since it is completely enclosed, it releases no pollutants into the air. Due to the significant differences between Argus and standard geothermal technologies, we have coined the term geomagmatic. Boiler: The boiler is a shell and tube heat exchanger used to convert the working fluid into a high temperature, high pressure vapor for inlet into the turbine. The working fluid is inside the tubes, enters the boiler as a liquid, and exits as a vapor. A heating fluid flows through the thermal riser up from the hot geothermal resource and enters the vertically oriented boiler on the shellside. The heating fluid is in intimate contact with the tubes.