Ingersoll Rand and Aqualung Partner for SMB Carbon Capture System
The Executive Headlines
“The two firms have come together with a Head of Agreement (HoA) contract ensuring to harvest of more sustainable energy resources. Their partnership has already come to launching the first commercial prototype of a carbon capture system.”
With the Ingersoll Rand and Aqualung partnering, the efficacious carbon capture will be no more just used for large-scale operations in heavy industries, as together they will create a scalable, modular, and immediately deployable carbon capture solution.
The two firms have come together with a Head of Agreement (HoA) contract ensuring to harvest of more sustainable energy resources. Their partnership has already come to launching the first commercial prototype of a carbon capture system.
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The prototype includes the power of Ingersoll Rand in the form of blower and vacuum solutions with Aqualung’s membrane technology, to build a safe and greatly compact carbon capture system for industrial gas and biogas.
Together both companies are trying to create viable carbon capture systems available to far more industry names, including small and medium businesses. This is a timely development, as there is continuous pressure on governments and businesses to move faster toward Net Zero in 2050.
A Unique Partnership and Solution
With several pilot tests done across the world, the first commercial unit for the production of carbon capture is set to launch in Arkansas, USA.
The carbon capture technology will capture CO2 from a natural gas boiler, and also deliver the CO2 to its Standard Lithium. The mix of CO2 and Lithium will create a lithium carbonate for the growing EV or Electric Vehicle market.
Aqualung is on the verge of a number of projects starting over the next few years, by partnering with cement, steel, lime, iron, lithium, gas turbine, shipping, coal, and food manufacturers.
Projects can be created at a medium scale until an effective procedure is built then that process is grown to a higher scale, or small units can execute separately and then it would be connected to a common infrastructure, creating one big unit that increases efficiency throughout the board.