Combustion Generator (Ender IO)

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This page is about the Combustion Generator added by Ender IO. For other uses, see Combustion Generator.
Combustion Generator
Combustion Generator.png

ModEnder IO
TypeMachine
Tooltip textBurns liquid fuel to generate power
Requires a coolant (e.g. water)
Output dependent on fuel
Upgrades
Next tier
Energy
RF storageBase: 100,000 RF
RF production60-480 RF/t

The Combustion Generator is a block added by Ender IO. It is used to generate Micro Infinity (µI) by burning liquid fuels. It also requires a coolant.

Usable fuels include Hootch, Fire Water, and Rocket Fuel; available coolants are Water and Vapor of Levity.

The machine has two internal tanks, one for fuel and one for coolant; each can store up to 5,000 mB of liquid.

The Combustion Generator's GUI

Recipe[edit | edit source]

Statistics[edit | edit source]

The fuel and coolant usage rates, as well as the possible maximum power generation rate, depend on the capacitor used. Fuel efficiency is not increased; however, the Enhanced Combustion Generator has increased fuel efficiency.

Coolants do not affect power production. Coolant usage rates are dependent on both the capacitor and the fuel used. Therefore, using Vapor of Levity instead of water does not offer any significant benefits apart from lasting much longer.

Fuel rates:

Fuel Capacitor Fuel Usage (mB/t) Burn Time (t/mB) Power Output (µI/t) Fuel Efficiency (µI/mb)
Hootch Basic Capacitor
Double-Layer Capacitor
Octadic Capacitor
0.166
0.2
0.25
6
5
4
60
75
90
360
Fire Water Basic Capacitor
Double-Layer Capacitor
Octadic Capacitor
0.066
0.083
0.1
15
12
10
80
100
120
1200
Rocket Fuel Basic Capacitor
Double-Layer Capacitor
Octadic Capacitor
0.142
0.2
0.25
7
5
4
160
200
240
1120