IMPULSE STORM-A (S)
space variation of the Impulse Storm Technology
Thousands of the best scientists of Earth are working on the creation and improvement of jet aircraft and rocket engines of various types. Today, these technologies have reached the point of perfection, and have shown that they can be used not only for missions to Mars and beyond the solar system but also for fighting fires.
New Impulse Technologies Company and Moscow Aviation Institute established a joint team of scientists to create a space variation Impulse Storm Technology.
In 2014, in Moscow city a team of professional independent testers, also called Russian Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System (FEES) performed the first test of Impulse-Storm space variation technology on the test-field owned by company FEES. To determine the effect of the new technology these tests were compared with standard technology designed for transformers extinguishing, which are now used in Russia and around the world.
The effectiveness of the Impulse Storm space technology exceeded all expectations.
Impulse Storm-A(S) Technology is composed of two components:
1. Impulse Storm Pressure Source.
Source pressure represents a deeply upgraded cold rocket engine. This engine emits a super fast stream of cold neutral gas instead of jet flame.
2. Impulse Storm Pulverization System.
The pulverization component is a deeply upgraded system of mixing and injecting liquid rocket fuel components into the combustion chamber of a space rocket.
As everyone knows the jet stream in a rocket engine is created by three components during combustion: fuel, oxidizing agent, catalyst. These components are special parts of a space rocket. They are premixed in a uniform structure and set on fire afterwards.
The Impulse Storm-S Technology mixes water, neutral gas and powder (foam) in the fuel injector in a similar way and emits as a cold stream to fire. There are two unique ways: a two-phase technique and a single-phase technique.
In other words, our team of scientists has created a symbiosis of solid and liquid fuel rocket engines that instead of hot jet emits a stream of cold pulverized water or powder (foam) or neutral gas or a mixture of all three components.
The main advantages over any other system of fire extinguishing and cooling:
1. Very low sluggishness – less than a second from the fire detection up to the beginning of maximum stage of fire extinguishing.
2. Very little time before complete extinguishing – just a few seconds. During this timeframe fire is unable to warm up the transformer oil (or any other liquid) and metal structures, which excludes the spread of fire and re-ignition.
3. The lack of any external pressure source, pump stations, external piping or external water tanks.
4. Absence of any pressure in the system in a Standby mode.
5. Low pressure in the system during fire extinguishing (not more than 16 bars).
6. The absence of any external and internal sources of electrical power. The system is fully autonomous for at least 10 years (the term of more than 10 years has not been tested).
7. The ability to use water of any quality in a single system (e.g. sea water, water from the swamp or dirty pond). The presence of sand and extraneous elements in the water with dimensions less than 8 mm does not affect the quality of the spray.
8. The possibility to use neutral gas, water, powder, foam or a mixture of these four components in one system.
? Overall possibility new system for transformer field e.g.?
Create a fire extinguishing system for transformer field (a type of field where many transformers are located).
The new system should exclude:
1. Having a separate large water tank.
2. Having a pumping station.
3. Having a system of pipelines.
The new system should provide:
1. Autonomous work without the use the use of electrical power sources.
2. The ability to extinguish separate transformers without shutting down the transformer field.
3. Minimum water consumption.
4. Autonomous work without service for at least three years. The total lifetime for operation of the system of at least 10 years.
5. The minimum sluggishness of the system (from one to five seconds). For your information: The start time of a standard system, which is used now is minimum 2 minutes.