Local industrialist successfully creates diesel-substitute paddy husk gasifier

A local industrialist, U Ko Oo, has successfully invented a diesel-substitute paddy husk gasifier on his own design.
He said he had successfully invented the paddy husk gasifier that can be used for a 550-kilowatt generator and would supply it to a customer from upper Myanmar who requested to make it.
“It spends a 20-viss bag of fuel cubes to use high voltage per hour. This is the first rice husk gasifier in Myanmar. It is fired by solid paddy husk tubes and generates gas to substitute diesel to run engines. I invented it for the first time because a customer made a customized order,” said U Ko Oo.
Depending on the size, he makes it at a negotiable price, he said.
A couple of months ago, he also invented a commercial charcoal making machine that can run on any combustible material. — MT/ZS

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