Beautiful Machines



According to the latest survey published by the International Energy Agency [IEA, Key World Energy Statistics 2012], combustion processes remain by far the main energy resource. The world’s current annual primary energy supply is estimated with 12.7 Gtoe (16.9 TW). 81% of these are provided by conventional combustion of oil, coal and natural gas. This value is extended to 91% when considering combustion of biomass and waste.

This is what we need for our living standards. This is what is being used by all of our thermal processes. This is what our civilisation depends on.

We need time. Make a better management of the remaining natural resources, and extract more energy out of them for a lower environmental impact. Now. This is advanced combustion management, and the engineering office Combustion Bay One was designed for this.


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MethaNull is greenlit


We proudly announce that CBOne obtained the support of AWS to develop the MethaNull technology. In 2014, the MethaNull burner will become reality.


MethaNull was initiated 2012 with the support of the FFG. The idea is to provide a burner dedicated to tough combustion conditions (particularly low heat content gases), with an excellent combustion rate resulting in a least environmental impact, a lower need for additional fuels, the possibility for energy recuperation and a lower expoitation cost. During MethaNull I, the technology was assessed bit by bit. We got all parts of the puzzle, and we just had to put them together under the form of a demonstrator.

This is what we intend to do during the second phase of the MethaNull programme. MethaNull is supported by the JITU - PreSeed programme of the BMWFJ. All parties who Support MethaNull are gratefully acknowledged.

Engineering moves to a new place


A new Home


We are moving!

ENGINEERING goes to Ruckerlberggasse 13, A8010 Graz.

Tel: +43 (0)316 22 89 80


HEADQUARTERS remain unchanged at Science Park Graz, Plüddemanngasse 39, A8010 Graz, until further notice.


Thank you for updating our data. Looking forward to welcome you at our new place!

CBOne's declaration of intention

The materplan was born in 2010 when writing these three words on a piece of paper.


It was a vision of the large letters written on the big doors of the greatest combustion test rig ever built in Austria.

Read more: CBOne's declaration of intention