Author: Dan Driscoll

SMU Geothermal Conference

The Steam Machine made its world debut at the sixth annual Geothermal Energy Utilization Conference held March 12-14, 2013 on the SMU campus in Dallas, Texas. Langson’s low cost, scalable clean energy production units are significant to the global energy landscape because traditional turbines have substantial problems with saturated steam, but the Steam Machine seamlessly […]

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March 2013 – SMU Conference, Dallas

Come hear Mr. Langson present at the SMU Geothermal Energy conference and see a demonstration of our Steam Machine. It’s happening in Dallas, Texas, March 12-14, on the SMU Campus. Mr. Langson will present on March 13th, at 11:10 am. Meet Mr. Langson, talk with our sales team and learn more about what we have […]

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What is the Gas Letdown Generator?

The Gas Letdown GeneratorTM is an efficient, power generating system that makes electricity from waste pressure. It is capable of directly utilizing and exploiting the energy in waste pressure from virtually any source without expensive, efficiency-reducing heat exchangers or organic mediums to transfer energy. Power production efficiencies approximate those produced by turbines (isentropic efficiencies exceeding 60%) […]

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What can be used to make power?

The Gas Letdown GeneratorTM is unique in that it will directly accept many renewable or waste streams or “fuel” sources that must be “pre-processed” by other power generation equipment. For example, steam turbines require 100% dry steam to generate power. The Gas Letdown GeneratorTM has patented internal coatings to allow it to directly accept and process natural […]

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What is needed to make power?

The Gas Letdown GeneratorTM  and the Langson Steam Machine produce power from a combination of the pressure drop and the flow.  Below are sample outputs from various conditions.

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