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(12) Brevet: (11) CA 2361730
(54) Titre français: SYSTEME D'AIMANTS POUR CONDUIT D'ALIMENTATION EN MELANGE AIR-CARBURANT
(54) Titre anglais: FUEL AIR MAGNETIC SYSTEM

Abrégé français

Un dispositif de traitement de combustible appelé « système d'aimants pour conduit d'alimentation en mélange air-carburant » comprenant deux paires d'aimants, une paire disposée sur chaque entrée pour le carburant et l'oxygène de telle sorte que le carburant entrant est exposé à un champ magnétique. Chaque paire d'aimants est positionnée de façon diamétralement opposée sur la ligne d'entrée avec le pôle Nord magnétique de chaque aimant placé en amont le plus proche de la zone de mélange.


Abrégé anglais

A fuel-treating device called Fuel Air Magnetic System comprises two pairs of magnets, one paired positioned on each inlet for fuel and oxygen so that the incoming fuel is exposed to a magnetic field. Each pair of magnets are positioned diametrically opposed about the inlet line with the north magnetic pole of each magnet placed upstream closest to the mixing zone.


Note : Les revendications sont présentées dans la langue officielle dans laquelle elles ont été soumises.


CLAIMS

1. A fuel air magnetic system device for a combustion chamber having a
hydrocarbon
fuel inlet line and an oxygen inlet line comprising;
a pair of substantially diametrically opposed magnets longitudinally
positioned around
the fuel inlet line with the north magnetic pole of each magnet located the
closest to
the combustion chamber.

2. A fuel air magnetic system device as in claim 1 wherein:

non magnetic spacers to retain the magnets diametrically opposed are provided.

3. A fuel air magnetic system device as in claim 1 wherein:

each magnet is an electromagnet.

4. A fuel air magnetic system device as in claim 2 wherein:

the pairs of magnets are positioned about the inlets with clamps.

5. A fuel air magnetic system device for an automobile internal combustion
engine
having a combustion chamber, a hydrocarbon fuel inlet line, and an air inlet
line,
comprising:

a pair of substantially diametrically opposed, longitudinal, permanent magnets

longitudinally positioned around the fuel inlet line, with the north magnetic
pole of
each magnet located closest to the combustion chamber;

a pair of substantially diametrically opposed, longitudinal, permanent magnets

longitudinally positioned around the air inlet line, with the south magnetic
pole of each


magnet located closest to the combustion chamber, wherein each magnet has a
curie
temperature sufficiently high that the magnet retains its magnetic
characteristics at
the operating temperatures of the engine and wherein each magnet is positioned
as
close to the combustion chamber.

6. A fuel air magnetic system device as in claim 5 wherein:

the device is retrofit to an engine by attaching the magnets in their
locations on the
air and fuel inlets with a clamp.

7. A fuel air magnetic system device as in claim 6 wherein:

the clamp includes means for ensuring that the magnets remain substantially
diametrically opposed about their respective inlet.

Note : Les descriptions sont présentées dans la langue officielle dans laquelle elles ont été soumises.


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Fuel Air Magnetia System Device

ftELD OF THE tNENE11L310N

i,Uo-.J The present Fnverrtion relates generafly an improvement in fuel
combustion chamber to a longitudinal magnetic field_ The invention
more particularly relates to ptacing a pair magnets substantially
diametricafly opposed around the fuel and oxygen inlet lines so that the
north magnetic pole ofeach magnet is thrthest from the combustion
chamber_

~n

j3AGKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

(002] With the increase in fuel cost and the increase In environmental
consciousness, many devices to improve fuef economy or to reduce
pollution have arisen_ From our investigations many patents requests

have been using magnetism to improve combustion with not a great
amount of success. After many attempts of designing the positioning of
the magnets and devetopment of manufacturing of the magnet the last
three3 years, it was found that by using the north pole of the magnets to
treat the fuel in the southem hemisphere and the south pole of the

magnet to treat the air in the norihem hemisphere, fuel economy is


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improved_ Other samples of dewices that have deployed rnagnetism to
improve fuel combustion are:

-M3] U.S. PatNo_ 4,050,426 Sanderson
M4] U.S. Pat No. 3,349,354 'M'rya'ta
5[0053 U.S. Pat No. 3,266,7$3 KrrigFrt

'[0p6] U.S. Pat_ No_ 3,177,633 Mc'Donald
['0073 U.S. f'at. 'No. 3,118,726 Kwartz
10081 U.S Pat No. 3,059,910 91orrya
SUMMARY OF TWE 94VEN'TtaN

1.010091 A fuel air magnetic system device for a cambustion chamber with a
hydrocarbonfuel inlet line and an oxygen inlet line has a pair of
substantially diametrically opposed magnets longitudinally positioned
around the fuel fFntet Eine with the north rrragnetic pole of each magnet
located the closest to the combustion chamber.

15f0010l In a preferred enybodiment, non magnetic spacers to retain the
magnets
substantially diametricaRy opposed.


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(OOf 1) In an a-temate errrbodiment; eacri rrragrret is an electromagnet.
[0012] The pairs of magnets are positioned about the inlets with clamps.

[()01;i] In yet another embodiment of the fuel air magnetic system device for
an
automobile intemal combustion engine having a combustion chamber, a
5 hydrocarbonfuef inlet line, and an air inlet Gne, there is a pair of
substantialty diametricaly opposed, longitudinal, permanent magnets
longitudinally positioned around the fuel inlet iine, with the north
magnetie pole of each magnet located closest to the combustion
chamber. A pair Qf substantiaily diarnetricafly opposed, iongituqinal,
permanent magnets IongitudinaNy posiiioned around the air inlet line,
with the south magnetic pole of each rtldgnet located closest to the
combustion chamber, wherein each rrtagnet has a curie temperature
sufficiently high that the magnet retains its magnetic characteristics at
the Qperafrng temperatures of the engine and wherein each magnet is
positioned as close to the combustion chamber.

[0014] The device is retrofit to an engine by attaching the magnets in their
locations on the air and fuel iniets with a clamp.

10015.1 The ciamp includes rrreans fvr ensuring that the magnets remain
substantiaity diametrkaitiy opposed about their respective iniet.


BRiEE DESCRIPTION Oi' ME DRAWING
[0016] Fig. I Schematic view of the invention.


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[00171 Fig. 2 f-erspeciive view of a magnet.

(qO18] Fig. 3 Front view of magnets on an air intake fine_
f00191 Fig. 4 Front view of magnets on a fuel intake line,
DETAILED DESCRIP DN

5(00201 The fuel air magnetic system device of this invention may be used in
any
combustion devfce. That is any combustion device where hydrocarbon
fuel and an oxygen-containing fluid are mixed prior to combustion. Pairs
of magnets are mounted on the isliets before the mixing prior to
combustion. Pairs of magnets also are mounted on the inlets before the

mixing zone to densify the fuels to promote more efficient combustion.
Fuel economy is increased and polkrEants are decreased. In achieving a
system that operates effectively, it has been found that the magnets
need to be placed on both the hydrocarbon fuel inlet and the oxygen
inlet. Magnetizing only the oxygen or the hydrocarbon inlet fails to

achieve the best combustion efficiency. Also, it has been found that the
magnets need to be particularly oriented to achieve the optimal
efficiency. Referring now to fig. 1, a pair of longitudinat magnets is
posiiioned about the fuel fine of an interrtal combustion engine. Each
rrtagnet has its north pole upstream from the carburetor or EFI. Fuel

passes initially through the {fux of these opposed north poles, and then


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through the fieid of opposed south poles. The magnets shouid be placed
as close to the mixing zone as possible. The magnets on an intemal-
combustion engine are positioned after the fuel fifter and fuel pump. If
the engine were a diesel they would be placed next to the carburetor or

5 EFI. Because different sizes and types of engines consume at different
rates and because various engines have different configuri3rtions, then
the amount of magnets depending on the t9ow and size of the pipe
results in the magnets giving better fuel economy and performance. As
shown in ftg_ 1, for an intemai-combustion engine a pair of magnets is

1(? also positioned on the air line to expose the inlet oxygen to a magnetic
field. These pair of magnets have the south pole of each magnet closest
upstream to the carbunetor or EFI. The magnets are longitudinally
positioned and are substarrEiagy diantetrfcally opposed to one another.
They are placed, as near to the carburetor or EFI as the air scoop will

allow. Again, fine-tuning for the optimal positioning wiil be requfred as
with the fuel inlet magnets.

EXAMPLE 1

[00211 1997 Ford Taurus SE 3.01. 200,000 km. A fuel pass ferrite magnet 40 x
25 x 10 mm using north pole of magnet was installed lengthwise along
the length of the fuel line. A similar magnet, but using the south pole was
used on the air iine as weiF. The diameter of the air line decides hdw
many magnets to instafi_ Magnets irtstaiied on irecoming fuel line after
,o


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the fi,el pump and fuelf iJter was as civse as possible to the EFI.
EXAMPL,B, 2

i00221 1994 Toyota PiGtcup 22 R 4 cybnder 112 horsepower 330,000km. The
same type of installation was done as in example 1.The initial test
showed a fuel consumption reduction of over 90%. Future testing wiil be
done to examine pollutants.

[0023] As seen in the drawing each pair of magnets is held around the inlet
with
a clamp, keeping the magnets substantially diametrically opposed. As
the clamp is tightened the spacers are compressed to assure that a
locking frt is attained. This type of clamp leads to no modifica4on to the
engine and are commonly available, and are thus inexpensive.

15[0024] The practical aspect of this invention should not be timited to auto
motive engines. The magnets densify the incoming fuels to allow more
efficient and cleaner combustion. They may be placed on any inlet line
after the fuel pump and the air filter, closer to the carburetor or EFI for a
complete bum off aF air and fuel.


[00251 After carefuily looking at our system, it can be seen that there are
few
modifications to the preferred embodiment shown and described. But
this invention should not f'imit itself to what is iESustrated in the fgures.

Une figure unique qui représente un dessin illustrant l’invention.

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États admin

Titre Date
Date de délivrance prévu 2009-01-27
(22) Dépôt 2001-10-29
(41) Mise à la disponibilité du public 2003-04-29
Requête d'examen 2007-01-26
(45) Délivré 2009-01-27
Périmé 2015-10-29

Historique des paiements

Type de taxes Anniversaire Échéance Montant payé Date payée
Dépôt 150,00 $ 2001-10-29
Le complètement de la demande 200,00 $ 2003-06-09
Rétablissement: taxes périodiques sur la demande impayées 200,00 $ 2004-09-01
Taxe périodique - Demande - nouvelle loi 2 2003-10-29 50,00 $ 2004-09-01
Taxe périodique - Demande - nouvelle loi 3 2004-10-29 50,00 $ 2004-09-01
Rétablissement: taxes périodiques sur la demande impayées 200,00 $ 2006-08-16
Taxe périodique - Demande - nouvelle loi 4 2005-10-31 50,00 $ 2006-08-16
Rétablissement - absence de requête d'examen 200,00 $ 2007-01-26
Requête d'examen 400,00 $ 2007-01-26
Rétablissement: taxes périodiques sur la demande impayées 200,00 $ 2007-01-26
Taxe périodique - Demande - nouvelle loi 5 2006-10-30 100,00 $ 2007-01-26
Taxe périodique - Demande - nouvelle loi 6 2007-10-29 100,00 $ 2007-09-26
Taxe périodique - Demande - nouvelle loi 7 2008-10-29 100,00 $ 2008-09-26
Final 150,00 $ 2008-10-06
Taxe périodique - brevet - nouvelle loi 8 2009-10-29 100,00 $ 2009-09-16
Taxe périodique - brevet - nouvelle loi 9 2010-10-29 100,00 $ 2010-09-09
Taxe périodique - brevet - nouvelle loi 10 2011-10-31 125,00 $ 2011-08-17
Taxe périodique - brevet - nouvelle loi 11 2012-10-29 325,00 $ 2013-10-29
Taxe périodique - brevet - nouvelle loi 12 2013-10-29 125,00 $ 2013-10-29
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Description 2007-06-28 6 140
Revendications 2007-06-28 2 38
Dessins 2007-06-28 2 12
Dessins 2001-10-29 3 31
Revendications 2001-10-29 4 151
Description 2001-10-29 26 913
Abrégé 2001-10-29 1 16
Page couverture 2003-04-04 1 23
Revendications 2008-03-17 2 41
Dessins représentatifs 2008-06-25 1 4
Page couverture 2009-01-13 1 27
Poursuite-Amendment 2007-04-03 5 226
Correspondance 2001-11-26 1 26
Correspondance 2001-12-10 2 63
Correspondance 2003-04-09 1 18
Correspondance 2003-06-09 4 131
Taxes 2004-09-01 1 73
Taxes 2010-09-09 1 27
Taxes 2006-08-16 1 50
Correspondance 2007-01-16 2 50
Poursuite-Amendment 2007-01-26 2 48
Correspondance 2007-02-27 1 12
Taxes 2007-01-26 1 23
Poursuite-Amendment 2007-06-28 17 349
Poursuite-Amendment 2007-09-25 2 43
Correspondance 2007-10-15 1 35
Taxes 2007-09-26 1 24
Correspondance 2007-10-22 3 89
Poursuite-Amendment 2008-03-17 4 95
Correspondance 2008-10-06 1 29
Taxes 2008-09-26 1 25
Correspondance 2010-04-06 1 20
Taxes 2009-09-16 1 24
Taxes 2011-08-17 1 21
Correspondance 2010-04-15 1 14
Taxes 2013-10-29 1 27