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Soletair Power offers three categories of products for Direct Air Capture
indoor

Indoor CO₂ capture unit

indoor

Building HVAC integration unit

outdoor

Outdoor CO₂ capture unit

Indoor CO₂ capture unit

a device from Soletair Power that captures CO2 in offices

Indoor-CO₂-capture unit set up at our office room.

Indoor CO₂ capture unit

No more sleeping in meetings! This standalone device can operate in small office rooms and capture CO₂ for around 8-10 hours.

Benefits

Employees enjoy higher brain power, enhanced productivity, and CO₂-free air in the office. The captured CO₂ is released into the air at night or at a time when nobody is working.

Market availability

This device is already fully functional, but we are working on escalating the efficiency every day. We expect these units to be available in the market by the end of December 2021.

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Building HVAC integration unit

soletair power HVAC unit in a room

Our indoor DAC system can easily be integrated into buildings with the HVAC system.

Building HVAC integration unit

Our indoor DAC system can easily be integrated into buildings with the HVAC system for capturing CO₂ in air supplied to building ventilation. For a standard ventilation unit handling 3.3 m3 sec-1 our CO2 capture system will have a dimension of 3 m (L), 2 m (W), and 2 m (H) and can produce 47 kilograms of carbon dioxide per day. Due to the space limitation in the HVAC room, the system’s piping, and dimension can also be modified to fit the customer’s specifications.

Benefits

Employees enjoy higher brain power, enhanced wellbeing and boosted productivity. The captured CO₂ is integrated inside an electrolyzer and synthesis unit, where it gets converted to fuels or other hydrocarbons.

Market availability

A project is expected to begin soon at Vaasa, Finland, and our demonstration unit has already flown to Dubai for the EXPO 2020.

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Outdoor CO₂ capture unit

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The outdoor CO₂ capture unit from Soletair Power can capture atmospheric CO₂ utilizing DAC.

Outdoor CO₂ capture unit

For industrial emitters or for those who need CO₂ in the purest form as a product, our system captures CO₂ outdoors as well.

Benefits

CO₂ is reduced from the atmosphere and this has a direct positive impact on stopping climate change.

Market availability

We have already signed a contract to supply outdoor atmospheric CO₂ capture units to ZBT in Germany.

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Making buildings carbon sinks

Direct air capture of carbon dioxide is often associated with large filter machines piled one on top of another and moving large volumes of air. Large contact points are required due to the small concentration of carbon dioxide in the air and because of the large daily production targets of these plants.

As air is pushed in the filter, carbon dioxide and moisture are trapped or adsorbed. When the filter is saturated with these compounds the machine is closed and regenerated via vacuum and heating to collect the CO2 and water. Moisture is condensed leaving pure CO2 for compression.

The concept

Soletair Power delivers solutions for capturing CO2 in air supplied to building ventilation. The same adsorption and regeneration principle is used in our system to capture carbon dioxide but the dimension is compact. The captured CO2 is integrated inside an electrolyzer and synthesis unit, where it gets converted to fuels or other hydrocarbons.

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Our Approach

Many factors govern the design of ventilation systems, Soletair Power’s ventilation-integrated CO2 capture system is designed to work within these established design requirements. The system is aimed to meet the ventilation speed typically in m3 sec-1 and the customers preferred indoor CO2 level measured as parts per million or ppm.

For a standard ventilation unit handling 3.3 m3 sec-1 our CO2 capture system will have a dimension of 3 m (L), 2 m (W), and 2 m (H) and can produce 47 kilograms of carbon dioxide per day. Due to the space limitation in the HVAC room, the system’s piping, and dimension can also be modified to fit the customer’s specifications.

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Visual outlook of our system installed in an HVAC room

Below is an example of the visual outlook of our system installed in an HVAC room.  The system can be installed as a turn-key solution or can be assembled on site. The latter is especially suited to building retrofit installation where the access path to an HVAC system can be limited.

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The system has a modular design principle therefore it is easy to install multiple units if required.

The conversion of the CO2 to fuels or other hydrocarbons is done in a separate room in the building. Carbon dioxide from the CO2 capture system is piped to this room.

For more information: 

Petri Laakso
CEO, Partner | Tel. +358 40 544 5646 | petri.laakso@soletairpower.fi
or
Cyril Bajamundi
CTO, Partner | cyril.bajamundi@soletairpower.fi

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