Natural gas appliances are a great way to capture and store excess CO2 and methane.
But if you don’t have access to a natural gas appliance, or if you’re not sure where to buy one, here are a few easy steps to get started.1.
Make sure your gas appliance is plugged into a power source.
It is possible to use an electric or natural gas generator to run the appliance.
But these appliances will likely use a gas spliter.
This type of device requires a gas outlet to operate.2.
Get a CO2 splitter.
This device captures CO2, methane, and other gases, and it is often found in gas stations and convenience stores.
You can also buy an expensive carbon capture system.3.
Get your CO2 outlet connected to your natural gas grid.4.
Use the included gas splitters to capture your CO 2 and methane gas.5.
Connect your appliance to the natural gas system and wait for the natural splitter to start to charge.
This can take up to 10 minutes.6.
Once the gas appliance has started charging, use the included plug to disconnect and reconnect the appliance to your grid.7.
Once connected, the gas splinter will start capturing your CO and methane and will charge the gas appliances gas spluter for a period of 10 minutes at a time.8.
When all of your appliances CO and/or methane have been captured, you can connect them to the grid and let the natural carbon capture cycle start again.9.
Once all of the appliances CO has been captured and stored, you’ll want to use the natural CO gas splittings power to start charging your gas appliances CO splitter and/ or gas appliances natural gas appliances.10.
Finally, you need to connect your gas, natural gas, and electric appliances to the CO splitting unit.11.
Once you’re finished, the splitter will start sending power to your appliances.