Arisdyne and ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company to Develop Cavitation Technology for Petroleum Industry

ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE), with a research center in Clinton, has signed a Joint Development Agreement with Arisdyne Systems Inc. (Arisdyne) to jointly develop and commercialize new applications based on Arisdyne’s Controlled Flow Cavitation (CFC™) Technology for the production of petroleum-based fuels, lubricants and chemicals. CFC™ can provide high shear forces used for superior mixing and creation of localized thermal energy.

“EMRE and Arisdyne are combining our strengths in petroleum processing technology to produce an industry-leading cavitation process to address today’s challenges across our Upstream, Downstream, and Chemicals business lines,” said Vijay Swarup, vice president research and development at EMRE. “We are optimistic that this technology will make an important contribution to improve today’s global petroleum processing.”

Peter Reimers, president and CEO of Arisdyne Systems Inc., agrees. “Arisdyne is well known as a leading provider of cavitation technology. This partnership brings together the cavitation technology strengths of Arisdyne with the process technology expertise of EMRE and makes it available to the petroleum industry.”

The new multi-year agreement covers the development and commercialization of applications based on the CFC™ Technology within the global petroleum industry.

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