"Integrated Protonics"®


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Award Winning Cleantech products based on Advanced Ion Exchange Membranes



Applications

  • XUMIDOR climate control

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Heat pumps

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    The Most Efficient, Most Eco-friendly, Noiseless, Vibration Free, Modular ..

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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. Successfully Completes Second Phase SBIR Program and Has Been Awarded a New SBIR Phase “II B” for Advanced Hybrid Hot Water Heaters Today

Xergy Inc. Seaford, DE June 23, 2016

Summary: Xergy Inc. demonstrates breakthrough technology for home appliances and wins $1MM SBIR Phase IIB Award from DOE.

Xergy Inc. a small business in Delaware, has revolutionized heating and cooling systems with its advanced electrochemical compressors. This technology was developed under $1.2 Million Small Business Innovation Award from the DOE’s Building Technologies Office (BTO)over the past two years that ended on May 19th, 2016. As part of this program, Xergy successfully demonstratedthe world’s first, and most efficient system for Hybrid Hot Water Heaters based on electrochemical compressors and advanced metal hydride based heat exchangers

Bamdad Bahar, Xergy’s President explained “This program started with the development of our core electrochemical compressor technology, to replace mechanical compressors, for heating and cooling applications. And now, it has ended with the demonstration of a full scale system heating and cooling system applied to an important household appliance. This was a huge effort. We had to develop key components from scratch. But all the effort paid off, and it ended in delivery of a system that provides very high operating efficiencies as well as other benefits for consumers such as noiseless, vibration free operation, modularity and scalability, and most importantly it does not employ CFC based refrigerants that degrade the environment. This is a massive advancement and could affect literally every single household and community in the world.”

This week Xergy won a second round of support ($1MM) from the DOE to bring this technology to market within the next two years.

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