Emulsion Fuel Systems for Industrial,
Cushman & Wakefield Team Reduces Costs Through Nonox Emulsion Fuel System
119 West 40th Street, New York, NY
After more than a year of onsite testing, Cushman & Wakefield's Building Management Team at 119 West 40th Street in New York City found the Nonox Emulsion Fuel System increased efficiency and saved fuel, even with the unseasonably warm weather this past year.
The system produces a cleaner more comprehensive burn which significantly reduces fuel oil consumption and emissions. The cleaner, more comprehensive burn produced by the Nonox system reduces the amount of maintenance and extends the life of the boiler system.�
Ground level ozone is created by a chemical reaction between oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOC, P/M) in the presence of sunlight. In the earth's lower atmosphere, ground-level ozone is considered "bad" and is the primary constituent of smog. Industrial emissions from building's heating plants, boilers, furnaces as examples produce large amounts of NOx and Particle Matter (P/M) that help form ground-level ozone.
The Nonox emulsion fuel system significantly reduces ground level ozone creation by oil fired plants and most importantly and unlike other options pays for itself through fuel savings over a relatively short period. Beyond payback the Nonox emulsion fuel system provides an escalating, exponential return on investment (ROI).