as you can see in the comparative table, the carbonite is substantially equivalent to the other fuel,
but as you can see on the last picture, I have a system of introduction of water where oil with the air horn, in the abutment to make air and water gas, we can produce a certain quantity of hydrogen by blowing into a gasifier in ordinary form, a mixture of air and vapor from where my device with the heat of the escape to warm the water in steam as you could see in the previous photo, the the quantity of water which may be so decomposed is bound to be limited, and if we approach the limit too much, the apparatus cools, its progress becomes irregular, and too much carbonic acid is produced therein.
Under these conditions, gases containing almost 25% hydrogen (by weight) and 35% carbon monoxide, which correspond to an ICP around 1500 calories, are produced, this process was imagined by Teissié du Motay in 1871 he was perfected e, 1879-1880 in America, where he is known as the Strong System.
the advantage of carbonite, as in the scheme above, in its manufacturing process recovers tars to make its agglomeration.
Two advantages, use of sawdust, wood B, any carbon of low values, and no wastage of fumes of distillations in the admosphere,
the cost of making carbonite is necessarily expensive, but has an ecological utility, not to fill the landfills with wood B, but to give a second use to this material which gives a fuel that does not evaporate like gasoline ,
the carbonite at its distillation giving less where almost no tar depending on the temperature of the hearth, I think it can be used in an ascending type gasifier.
(Bois B in France is a wood of old furniture of house, old frame of demolition)