Carbon Capture

Carbon Capture

Models: CarbinX

A large amount of carbon dioxide is produced when we heat buildings and heat water within those buildings. The heating for buildings is produced in one location: the mechanical room. This is where the water heater/boiler and climate-control systems live. The carbon-capture addresses the challenge at the source, with an appliance that fits in the mechanical room and attaches directly to natural gas heating appliances. Roughly the size of two refrigerators, a Carbon Capture unit is micro in scale, but mighty in impact. It does two jobs in the mechanical room: captures carbon and reclaims heat.

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  • Up to 20% reduction in natural gas costs through a UL STD 462 certified economizer
  • CSA/UL Listed
  • Designed to pair with existing gas fired heating systems
  • Municipal water temperatures range between 40 to 60 degrees F. The unit can increase that temperature to 20 to 30 degrees F.
  • Direct air capture technology to remove carbon from the atmosphere
  • Certified technician service and maintenance for the life of the equipment

Decreased CO2 Production

A Simple Solution

By diverting a portion of your waste carbon emissions from your heating appliances, you can reuse the waste heat and combine it with the heat that is generated from the carbon capture process (exothermic) and reduce the amount of gas needed to meet your buildings energy needs.

CleanO2 Climate Change Partnership

In partnership with CleanO2, we are capturing the carbon from greenhouse gas and turning it into an ingredient in all of CleanO2 products. From dish soap to tire cleaner, the captured carbon makes a premium cleaning product that helps us fight climate change.

  1. Capture: Buildings heated by natural gas install the CO2-capturing Carbon Capture unit
  2. Convert: Captured carbon is turned into a new, cleaner compound called pearl ash
  3. Clean: Pearl ash gives the soap a smooth lather and keeps CO2 sequestered, even after you scrub

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