In Ohio, Arisdyne and United Ethanol have collaborated to refine verification test procedures and demonstrate that controlled flow cavitation produces additional gallons daily. United has agreed to license and acquire Arisdyne’s patented cavitation system, after extensive test development and testing to prove the plant increased daily ethanol production. Bob Shank of Critical Path Management, who is a collaborative consultant representing Arisdyne, reported that some plants had increased yield as much as 2 to 3%, but no details were given for United’s plant.
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