2021 CO2 DAC Adsorbent Work

In 2021 our firm with with Georgia Institute of Technology, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Trimeric, was awarded a DOE Bench-Scale Testing of Structured Material Systems or Component Designs (TRL 3) for Optimized Direct Air Capture

Hybridizing heat-integrated 3D printed modules with mass manufacturable, low pressure drop fiber sorbents” — Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, Georgia) seeks to partner with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Reactwell Inc. and Trimeric Inc. to research, develop and evaluate a modular DAC system that is simple and scalable. This system will be based on the adsorption of CO2 into commercial polyamines supported by porous fiber sorbents, which can be produced at kilometer-per-hour scales using a pre-pilot spinning line. DOE Funding: $1,466,770; Non-DOE Funding: $366,706; Total: $1,833,476

Bench-Scale Testing of Structured Material Systems or Component Designs (TRL 3) for Optimized Direct Air Capture | Department of Energy

Our team has been working on carbon dioxide related technologies since 2011. Carbon Miner is a product line by Reactwell, L.L.C.

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