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Dioxide Materials

Dioxide Materials

Anion Exchange Membranes & ionomers with improved conductivity, leading to improved electrolyzer performance.

Dioxide Materials is a carbon dioxide recycling company. Dioxide Materials develops green technology that takes CO2, water, and renewable energy to make sustainable fuels and chemicals. Dioxide Materials is committed to offering customers innovative CO2, sensing, and recycling solutions to save money on air conditioning bills, help the environment, and lower the U.S. dependence on imported oil.

The company aims to develop a new industry, where waste carbon dioxide from power plants and industrial sources is used as a feedstock, to produce gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel, and industrial chemicals. This creates thousands of U.S. jobs, while significantly reducing the greenhouse gas emissions that lead to global warming. The technology of Dioxide Materials has features such as converting waste CO2 into a useful commodity, providing a route to grid-scale energy storage, and providing a viable route to store electricity as renewable gasoline.

Products and technology

Dioxide Materials creates products such as anion exchange membranes, alkaline ionomers, different types of electrodes, and electrolyzer components and kits. Dioxide Materials sells carbon dioxide and water electrolyzers, as well as, sustainion membranes and ionomers, catalysts, flow fields, and many components.

Sustainion®Anion Exchange Membranes

Dioxide Materials’ Sustainion ® anion exchange membranes (AEMs) have much lower area-specific resistance (ASR) than the competition.

Water electrolyzer

Dioxide Materials' alkaline water electrolyzers with the Sustainion® Membranes show record performance.

CO2 conversion to formic acid

Dioxide Materials develops electrochemical carbon dioxide to a formate/formic acid 3 compartment cell design with record performance.

Electrochemical CO2 sensors

Dioxide Materials develops inexpensive, low-power CO2 sensors for demand control ventilation. Demand control ventilation is a method to reduce the energy needed to operate heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

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2014
Dioxide Materials was founded by Rich Masel.

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