Eunice

EUNICE is a technology which was developed for the purpose of handling carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen oxide (NO). Through the scrubbing of these gases, a much larger portion of interior air can be recirculated and thus save in energy costs.

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of its own weight of carbon dioxide removal through physical adsorption

REMOVE CO2 WITH EUNICE

It is difficult to remove high amounts of CO2 in low concentrations (PPM) in an energy-efficient way, especially at high humidity. EUNICE is estimated to be able to remove carbon dioxide through physical adsorption, corresponding to 8% of its own weight at high humidity. It can also be regenerated for extended lifetime cycle. EUNICE is named after Eunice Newton Foote, the first person to define the greenhouse effect.

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