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An Over-Performing Algae Harvester

From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, November 29, 2013

Good morning!

The Model 60 is a Model 120?A60-1

Every technology depends on achieving SCALE.

We achieved that this week with the commissioning of our new EWS Algae A60. That’s an algae harvester designed to process 60 liters of algae culture per minute.


Well, it’s not a 60.A60-2

Turns out not only that it extracts algae perfectly (check the photos), but this week we found that it can process about 120 liters per minute, DOUBLE ITS RATED CAPACITY!

And it may even be capable of 50 gpm, or 200 liters per minute.

Looks like we’ll have to rebadge this beast as the A120. So we’ll be doubling capacity (or more) without changing the price.

Welcome to the new EWS Algae A120!A60-3

Congratulations to the entire team for a job well done.

Sales Tour Next Week

With lots of interest developing in Europe for our algae and aquaculture systems, Marlene Stewart, our enterprising Global Sales Manager, will be at the Algae Congress in Hamburg, December 2 -5.A60-4

She will then tour the UK, December 9 – 12, to meet with prospective customers.

Marlene says: OriginOil is on a fast track to changing how algae biomass production farms and aquaculture farms operate. We have reached viable commercial scale.

That is very true.

If you are interested in hearing our great news on the new Algae Screen and our exciting large-scale A120 algae harvester, please contact her to set a meeting in Hamburg or the UK, or if you wish, elsewhere in Europe.

Thanksgiving Thanks

If you are in the US, I trust you had a great Thanksgiving and that you are relaxing until Monday.

Catch you next week! Expect news on the public launch of our Aquaculture Showcase in the Coachella Valley.

Riggs and Team

Riggs Eckelberry
President & CEO
OriginOil, Inc. (OOIL)

PS: Check out the final video of President of Frances visit to our demo site near Paris… Expect more big things soon from Ennesys.

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