DMX technology demonstrates high efficiency in industrial CO2 capture pilot


An industrial pilot aimed at capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from blast furnace gases has exceeded expectations, according to Axens.

Since its launch in April 2023, the project has achieved CO2 capture rates of over 90%, producing CO2 with purity levels at 99.5% or above while maintaining low energy consumption.

Having completed its initial ‘parametric’ test phase, the pilot was designed to validated IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPEN)’s DMX capture process, which targets the decarbonisation of industrial activities such as steelworks, cement plants, glassware manufacture, refining, chemicals and petrochemicals.

The pilot works within the framework of the European H2020 ‘3D’ project and the DinamX project, which aims to demonstrate the applications of the DMX technology.

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