How MagneGas’ New Gas Tech Can Gut Through Metal

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July 24 (Bloomberg) –- MagneGas CEO Ermanno Santilli and Knoll COO Lynn Utter discuss metal cutting gas, how it can help in disaster recovery efforts and its commercial applications. They speak on “Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Why do you believe your method is safer for current emergency -- then emergency metal coloring efforts will stop it is safer and safer for the actual operator as well.

The competitive gas we are working with is acetylene.

That has been around for years and years old stop the chemical properties, the -- they are inherently unstable.

Whether they are moral shock, they can spontaneously combust or it can be fine, you just don't know.

You have been doing work with the fire department and with gm.

What about the middle east?

If you were to do so, how quickly could you get that technology there?

One of the advantages of our technology is you could put it on a flight, you could install the equipment and immediately be producing gas to replace settling and you could do it quickly.

What are the costs involved?

How much do these tools cost?

Typically, we rise ourselves to be slightly below the competition.

The way we are priced right now, you would be able to cut 40% more metal for the same price.

That is our main advantage.

The cuts are cleaner and safer.

Are there commercial applications or is this purely disaster recovery?

We have commercial applications.

We sell to scrap yards and fabrication companies.

We sell to fire departments here in new york.

You were recently invited to cut up the bridge that had collapsed west of tampa.

The fire department said it would probably take two or three days and we were able to cut it up in 28 hours.

Thank you very much.

Very interesting.

And thank you to my guest post.

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