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OUR TECHNOLOGY

Exhale Aerosystems’ Carbon Removal System uses Direct Air Capture (DAC) to collect CO2 from wind passing over tall buildings, across open fields, or alongside moving vehicles.

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How Our Carbon Removal System Works

Our Carbon Removal System (CRS) captures CO2 from the high-velocity wind.

Molecules

CO2 captured straight from the wind

Air passively flows through a filter made from a solid sorbent nanomaterial, which collects CO2 from the air stream and traps it inside chambers.

CO2 collected from circulated air while in motion.

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A fleet operator with 20 trucks hosting a CRS and operating 7 days per week can capture

500 tonnes
of CO2 per year.

On top of buildings, our CRS cycles multiple times per day to capture a forecasted

1000 tonnes
of CO2 per building/year.

In open fields, towers of modular units can capture more than

200 kilotons
of CO2 annually.

Potential Capacity for Gigatonne-scale Removal

Transportation has long been identified as a “hard-to-abate” sector, challenged by limited technological progress in decarbonizing its mainly fossil fuel-based platforms.

 

As sustainable fuels scale up in the coming years, we see an opportunity to provide megatonnes of carbon-negative feedstock to help their transition to net-zero, while securely sequestering even more CO2! Follow us on our journey into the future of gigatonne-scale carbon removal. 

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