CCm research is continuously developing commercial CO2 capture to fertiliser technology as well as the fertiliser itself. CCm has also developed several other technologies, such as heat, power and plastics.
CCm's heat recovery and storage units store thermal energy within a chemical reaction, much like a battery and releases it rapidly as the chemical reaction starts. The technology highlights include:
CCm Technologies’ methods of capturing and utilising carbon dioxide can be used by industry to replace traditional expensive process inputs with cost effective alternatives.
CCm Technologies has developed a fibre which absorbs large amounts of carbon dioxide. The CO2 becomes permanently fixed to the fibre surface and the resultant coated fibres can be incorporated into a wide range of plastics, including polypropylene, polythenes and polyamide.
CCm Technologies has developed a heat engine that uses CO2 as the working fluid. The patented technology uses a unique thermodynamic cycle that turns waste heat into useable electrical energy. This innovation saves vast amounts of carbon emissions and increases the viability of processes that produce waste heat.