Florida’s MagneGas to supply metal industry with prototype fuel


Florida’s MagneGas to supply metal industry with prototype fuel.  

Innovative Tampa-based technology company MagneGas Corporation, credited with inventing a process converting liquid waste into fuel, will distribute MagneGas2, its signature product, via Harris Industrial Gases for metal cutting, the firm announced Tuesday.

“As notoriety of our gas increases, MagneGas2 will continue to attract industrial gas distributors who have seen firsthand that our product will help them achieve their own aggressive growth strategies," MagneGas Corporation CEO Ermanno Santilli said. “We are happy to welcome Harris to the growing MagneGas family of distributors.”

Harris Industrial Gases is a fourth-generation, family-owned, full-line supplier of industrial, medical and specialty gases and steel, with four locations in the Sacramento, California, area and Nevada. Supplying the fuel from northern Nevada, Harris anticipates a productive partnership with MagneGas Corporation.

“We have worked extensively with MagneGas2 and are impressed by its cutting speed and pre-heat time; we are excited to distribute MagneGas2 and see it as a game changer -- a door opener for business expansion," said Aaron Haupt, Harris Operations Manager. “The green factor is also important to us; we enjoy knowing we are part of something environmentally friendly and sustainable. The added safety benefits of MagneGas2 will win over end users and potential new customers.”

MagneGas Corporation, founded in 2007, provides MagneGas as an acetylene replacement. It also sells equipment for sterilizating bio-contaminated liquid waste for various industrial and agricultural markets, and is working to develop additional uses for its fuels.

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