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Applications

  • Micro-Dehumidification

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    By their operation, dehumidifiers extract water from the conditioned air.

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  • Refrigeration Compressors

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    Xergy’s has developed the most efficient, noiseless compressor for refrigeration.

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  • Energy Recovery Ventilation

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    Energy recovery ventilation is the energy recovery process of exchanging the energy.

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  • Desalination

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    Electrodialysis (ED) is used to transport salt ions from one solution through ion-exchange..

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  • XION Ion Exchange

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    Ion exchange membranes transport dissolved ions across a polymeric membrane.

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  • Compressors for Heating

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    Xergy’s has developed the most efficient, noiseless compressor for refrigeration.

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  • Fuel Cell power systems

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    A fuel cell is a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity ..

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Featured News

SBIR Phase-II

Xergy is pleased to announce that it won the SBIR Phase II Award!!

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Clean Tech open

In 2013 it was announced that Xergy had been selected as a Semi-Finalist in the CleanTech-Open...

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Bloomberg

On October 8th on Bloomberg TV, Xergy's refrigeration, cooling and heat-pump technology was showcased.

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Innovation Award

Xergy selected as one of five winners of our Industrial Partners ecomagination global innovation award.

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1 Million Cups | Delaware Tech - Bamdad Bahar

Bamdad Bahar is currently president of Xergy Inc. xergy, high technology enterprise founded in 2009. Xergy is the world leader in the development and commercialization of Electrochemical compressors for electrochemical applications.

News Release

Xergy Inc. Delivers Prototype Electrochemical Compressor to our Industrial Partner
(Seaford, DE (PRWEB) September 15, 2015)

New appliance technologies are critical for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) mission. One of DOE's goals is to cut building energy use in half while reducing appliance environmental impact. Heating and cooling account for about 48% of the energy use in a typical U.S. home. Most of this energy use is due to heat pump operation.

For the past 100 years, heat pumps in air conditioners, and refrigerators have relied on vapor compression systems. Besides energy use, vapor-compression systems use conventional refrigerants that contribute to global climate change. The good news is that researchers are focusing on many new solutions, and DOE is leading this charge.

Among the innovations supported by DOE is an electrochemical compressor (ECC) for heat pumps pioneered by Xergy Inc. (Seaford, DE). This is a solid-state technology that uses an external voltage to pump a water, as a refrigerant across an ion exchange membrane. This technique has several advantages over traditional mechanical heat pumps. It is much more efficient. Also,water is an excellent refrigerant, and does not contribute to global warming. Xergy's ECC system has no moving parts and is thus noiseless and vibration free.

An initial application of this technology is in hybrid water heaters. Hybrid water heaters use heat pumps to reduce the energy needed to heat water by as much as 60%. By using an Xergy compressor in water heaters, we could reduce energy consumption in the U.S. by an amount equal to the State of Oregon’s consumption.

Xergy Inc., a small business from Delaware, is leading the development of this technology.

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