Member - Tuireann Energy Ltd.

Nanofluid injection technology to reduce CO2 and harmful emissions for cars, ships and generators.

Type Company
Founder 2017
Company Size 3
Member Type
Founders Samuel Kyung Hoon Jun
Headquarters 13 Hazelbrook, Ballybeg, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
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Tuireann Energy Ltd.


Tuireann Energy Limited has developed a unique nanofluid fuel additive T1, comprising over 99.99% alkaline water and under 100ppm of metal concentration. T1 is taking advantage of nanoparticle catalysis and the water injection technology, where the fuel efficiency is enhanced and harmful emissions such NOx is dramatically reduced together. The hazardous effect from nanoparticles on engines and the environment is minimised since only 0.1 ppm of nanoparticles are involved in combustion. The key technology is making a water-nanoparticle cluster in T1, which enhances air/fuel mixture in pre-ignition state at a lower temperature. The nanoparticles work as a seed of the cluster, therefore we need only a minor quantity of nanoparticles unlike other nanoparticle fuel additives. There is no other product on the market using this unique ingredient set or making the same claim. In addition we have developed our own injector/atomiser which can be retrofitted to the combustion engine system. The official test reports and patent applications are available at
Headquarters 13 Hazelbrook, Ballybeg, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

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