Coolbrook’s groundbreaking RotoDynamic technology replaces the burning of fossil fuels with electrification in the world’s most polluting industrial processes. It is the only technology capable of reducing 30% of total industrial emissions annually, which is 7% of all total global emissions.
Heavy industry accounts for 25% of global CO2 emissions, mostly due to the burning of fossil fuels. Our technology can replace at least 30% of those emissions with electrification from clean, renewable energy. That's a total of 7% of the world's CO2 emissions annually.
Our groundbreaking RotoDynamic Heater (RDH) and RotoDynamic Reactor (RDR) are being used to electrify industrial processes that until now have been considered almost impossible to electrify, including the production of steel, iron, cement and chemicals.
RotoDynamic Heater (RDH) is the only electric process heating technology able to reach 1700°C without burning fossil fuels. This enables it to replace fossil-fired furnaces and kilns with electric heating in industrial processes.
Using electrification powered by renewable energy, RotoDynamic Reactor (RDR) is the only technology in the world capable of eliminating 100% of the CO2 emissions created in the steam cracking process, the first and most polluting step in the production of plastic.
Revolutionary roto dynamic technology uses rocket science, turbomachinery and chemical engineering to electrify traditionally hard-to-abate industrial processes. It's the answer governments, environmental regulators, industry and the planet need now – and for our future.
This game-changing technology already exists today and a large and growing number of global industrial players and governments have already expressed great interest in using it to cut CO2 emissions and meet crucial climate targets.
Our RDH and RDR technologies are currently being piloted, with commercial demonstration projects beginning in 2022. The technology can be retrofitted to existing production plants and will be ready for large-scale use in 2024.
2021 - 2023
2022 - 2024
“The unique features of the innovation for optimizing and balancing the chemical reaction provides a beneficial product composition distribution. The existing patents have a high relevance, and as a result, the innovation has high potential in various applications.”
Professor, Aalto University, School of Chemical Technology