When gaseous fluids such as air flow in any pipe, the molecules naturally move and interact, or hit each other on the side wall of pipe. The interactions that occur between the atoms of a molecule with the other atoms of the other molecule cause the attractive and repulsive forces to occur. These forces are known as intermolecular forces that cause the molecules to adhere together and form molecular clusters.
Clusters of these passing air molecules, O2 and N2, can be separated into single O2 and single N2 molecules by XPlateTM technology. As a result, O2 molecules will have more active molecular surface areas available for the complete combustion.