Opportunity NOx. Smart Adsorption of Nitrogen Oxide

New Pilot System for Smart Adsorption of Nitrogen Oxide From Exhaust Gases and Breathing Air Now With 15 Times Greater Capacity
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PASCHING, Austria - May 13, 2020 - PRLog -- Successful test in large city shows technology's potential to avert car bans; installation in vehicle exhaust systems the ultimate goal

Pasching (Austria) 13th May 2020.A specially developed filtration system that adsorbs harmful nitrogen oxide from ambient air has successfully come through initial tests, and its capacity will now be enlarged. Produced by Austrian company Krajete GmbH, the system was installed in the German city of Heilbronn, where it filtered 1,500m3of air per hour, but the capacity of the new model will be more than 15 times higher. During the initial phase, the equipment ran for more than a year without the need for maintenance or repairs. This means the technology is ideally suited to permanent deployment in air purification solutions on major traffic routes where vehicle bans could be imposed. The long-term aim is to install the equipment in the exhausts of petrol and diesel vehicles, which will remain part of our lives for decades to come.

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About Krajete GmbH (last updated: May 2020)

Headquartered in Pasching (Austria), the company capitalises on the ability of methanogenic microorganisms to generate methane from CO2and H2by means of biological processes. This means that CO2– in the form of the intermediate product, methane – can be used as the feedstock for a wide range of applications where the idea of a closed carbon cycle is always the focus of attention.

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