Partly based on Polytechnic University of Valencia research, Kerionics hopes to commercialise a ceramic membrane-based system for producing industrial quantities of oxygen from waste gases.

Kerionics, a Spain-based oxygen generation system manufacturer partly based on Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV) research, has received €200,000 ($228,000) of funding from Tech Transfer UPV,  the university’s tech transfer fund, Valencia Plaza has reported.
Founded in 2014, Kerionics is working on an oxygen production system that outputs large quantities of the gas for industrial clients by converting waste and residual heat piped in from their production plants.
The oxygen is refined in a reactor powered by ionic-electronic…

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