Florida-based MagneGas Corporation, holder of a patent for converting liquid waste into fuel, recently moved into its new headquarters just outside of Tampa with an accessible location and enhanced space for customer demonstration and production.
The 18,000-square-foot plant’s setting in an industrial area is also strategically located closer to current and prospective clients.
"The entire MagneGas team is extremely excited regarding our new headquarters,” Ermanno Santilli, MagneGas CEO, said. “This new location will provide impressive space to demonstrate MagneGas while allowing room for growth and a sufficient area for research and development.”
The company plans a grand opening and customer appreciation day beginning at 10 a.m. on June 15. Company spokespersons noted that additional details would be provided in the near future.
“Now that we are finally occupying our new location, we will be bringing three gas production units online over the next 90 days, doubling our current capacity,” Santilli said. “These units will operate in several shifts, which will allow us to finally meet existing demand and expand our business.”
MagneGas manufactures fuel for diverse clients in the industrial sector. Its products are utilized for metal cutting in lieu of natural gas or acetylene, cutting costs and proactively conserving resources.
The firm plans to collaborate with third parties to make its products more feasible for government and military use.