GM Testing Alternative Metal-Working Fuel In Grand Blanc, Michigan
MagneGas Corporation is supplying General Motors with their MagneGas fuel. MagneGas’ products converts liquid-based materials to hydrogen-based fuel, which removes acetylene in the process.
GM is testing the fuel in maintenance and metal-working processes at their Grand Blanc Weld & Tool Center. MagneGas is shipping their fuel cylinders from their production facility in Michigan.
When testing MagneGas’ products. GM found that it was cleaner, faster, and more cost-effective than acetylene. MagneGas has a free iPhone app on the Apple App Store.
“We are always in pursuit of technologies that enhance quality and efficiency while also performing well on a holistic business case,” stated GM’s John Bradburn, the manager of waste-reduction efforts at GM. “In its current state, this technology does just that. We’re working closely with MagneGas to discuss possible future applications with potential to reduce our environmental impact.”This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at +AmitChowdhry