UC3 – Ultimate Cell ®
UC3 Tecnology


Greater Efficiency / Lower Environmental Impact

UC3 – Ultimate Cell ® Continuous Combustion technology is designed to optimize continuous combustion in industrial plants, such as cement plants, municipal solid waste incineration, glass, pulp, steel, great power plants and other applications.

This technology is designed and sold exclusively by UTIS, with an estimated patent of between 8M € and 12M €, has an insurance coverage of around 5M € except in the US where it is still 750k €.

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About this tecnology

A technology that increases combustion efficiency through the injection of small amounts of hydrogen.

The basic principle of this technology is the injection of small amounts of Hydrogen (H2) and Oxygen (O2) into the combustion system. When in operation, UC3 – Ultimate Cell ® Continuous Combustion technology initiates an electronically controlled electrolysis process, resulting in the chemical separation of hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) molecules, which are injected into the combustion system.

UC3 - Ultimate Cell ® Continuous Combustion technology optimizes combustion making it more efficient and with less environmental impact.


Hydrogen and Oxygen
without mid-storage

The UC3 system is in a container with standard measures (6.20m x 3.00m x 3.00m), with an approximate weight of 4.500kg that has in its interior a PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolysis system, powered only by electrical connections (up to 80 kW/h) and tap water (up to 20 l/h), cooled internally by a chiller.

The UC3 technology uses a system of hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) production by PEM electrolysis, without mid-storage accumulation in the system between the production and the point of consumption.

In practice, these gases will improve combustion efficiency, substantially reducing the use of fuels (coal, natural gas, biomass, petcoque, RDF, fuel-oil, among others), the emission of CO2 into the atmosphere and also energy costs.




Up to 10 Nm3/h of hydrogen (H2) and up to 5 Nm3/h of Oxigen (O2)

Productivity Increase

A more complete and efficient fuels burning.

Reduced Exhaust Gas Emission

Reduced consumption of fossil fuels

Speeds up the Combustion Process

Efficiency of combustion through the injection of hydrogen and oxygen.

Reducing fuel consumption

Through the optimization of continuous combustion.

Safe and Reliable

Without mid-storage between production and the point of consumption.

24 Hour/Day Control

24 hours a day Control and with emergency stop system.


Return on investment (ROI) fast and highly attractive.

Energy Savings

Significant reduction of Specific Thermal Consumption (kcal/kg).


A containerized system with easy industrial installation.

UC3 technology is provided in the form of a containerized system of easy industrial installation, requiring only electrical connections, communication, running water and sewage.


For all types of Industrial Continuous Combustion Applications

  • Cement
  • Glass
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Biomass power plants
  • Municipal Solid Waste Incinerators
  • Iron and Steel
  • Power Plants
  • Other Industries

Suited for use with all types of fuels.

  • Mineral coal
  • Natural gas
  • Biomass
  • Petcoke
  • Alternative fuels
    (waste tires, RDF, among others)
  • Municipal Solid Waste

Standard Features

  • Automatic control
  • Local control via HMI Interface
  • Modbus TCP remote control and point-to-point digital hardware
  • Automatic detection of alarms and communication
  • H2 leakage detection system
  • Adjustable gas production
  • Manual emergency stop
  • Automatic emergency stop
  • Integrated system for production of electrolytes
    from running water
  • Containerized system plug-in that only needs
    electrical connection as well as potable water.

Technical Specifications

Device Type PEM Electrolyser System
H2 Production 1 to 10 m3/h @99.5%
H2 Output Pressure3-10 barg
O2 Production 0.5 to 5 m3/h
O2 Output Pressure1-7 barg
Approximate weight4 ton
Dimensions6m x 3m x 3m
Water SupplyUp to 40 L/h
SourcePotable Water