Precision Combustion Inc. is developing integrated fuel processor systems to enable fuel cells to operate using a wide range of available fuels ranging from gases (e.g. methane and propane) to conventional liquid fuels (diesel, gasoline and military logistics fuels including JP-8, JP-5, and Jet A) to alternative and unconventional liquid fuels such as biofuels and waste hydrocarbons recovered from industrial processes (e.g. paint solvents). PCI is developing a range of reactors for its fuel processor systems and the fuel cell industry which have been tested in prototype integrations with fuel cell stacks. These include catalytic reforming reactors (e.g. autothermal reforming reactors, partial oxidation reforming reactors, methane reforming and diesel steam reforming reactors), water gas shift reactors, selective CO preferential oxidation reactors (PROX), desulfurizers, and anode gas burners. PCI is also developing balance of plant (BOP) components for its integrated fuel processors. These include pumps, blowers, heat exchangers, steam generators, condensers, injectors, igniters and controls.