Francoeur Installs Fuel Vaporizer on GMC CrewCab
System uses 200-degree engine coolant to vaporize the lighter chemicals
out of gasoline into an isolated chamber system. Inventor is working on a
way to crack the heavier part of the gasoline.
Adapted by Sterling
Pure Energy Systems News
B.C., CANADA -- Inventor, Alan L. Francoeur announced Friday that he has
installed his vaporizer fuel system in his GMC CrewCab 4x4 one-ton test truck.
He said the present vaporizer system was first operational Dec 26, 2005
"after many long hours of work well into the early mornings."
"At this point the stainless steel vessel circulates the 200-plus-degree
heated engine coolant, and vaporizes the lighter chemicals out of the gasoline
in an isolated chamber system while circulating the heavier part of the gasoline
through the closed-loop circuit."
Francoeur reports that "the 454 cid engine runs very well using the vapour
part of the fuel."
The truck on which the vaporizer system is installed is a full-size 1986 GMC 4x4
1-ton crewcab truck with a 454 cid engine. It is the older style truck with the
very same big block engine that the newer trucks have. "The concept will
work with all internal combustion engines, big or small," Francoeur said.
He is planning, as he describes it: "a new design secondary reactor SS
vessel to crack the heavy part of gasoline with a catalyst to optimize the fuel
atomizing effects that will eventually evolve to form a two vaporizer
operational isolated chamber heat exchanger stages in one single vessel
Earlier diagrams and pictures of Francoeur's early SS vessel design and test are
shown at the JLNLabs
Francoeur said that new pictures of the present system will soon be made
available in the files section of his alfvaporizer
Yahoo! group, which has been very active in the past few months.
He said he still has plenty more work to do to continue developments, work out
the bugs, install sensors and meters and computerized circuits to optimize the
He said he still has plenty more work to do. Developments will include
installing sensors, meters and computerized circuits to optimize the control
systems, and ironing out any bugs.
Though this fuel system is his present focus, Francoeur has other energy
technologies that he has been pursuing as well, including an electromagnetic
generator system in the tradition of Nikola Tesla.
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- Email correspondence from Alan L Francoeur, Dec. 30, 2005
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D. Allan Dec. 30, 2005
Last updated December 24, 2014