Reactwell builds Ethanol Chem Chip within Endless Sanitizer IoT Device in partnership with safetyspot.com

Reactwell builds Ethanol Chem Chip within Endless Sanitizer IoT Device in partnership with safetyspot.com

In this period when hand sanitizing is top of mind for many people, one of the participants in the inaugural Spark Innovation Center at the University of Tennessee Research Park (UTRP) is developing a process that can, among other important applications, automatically refill alcohol-based sanitizers as needed with ethanol made from air.

That’s just one of the cutting-edge possibilities for a technology that New Orleans-based Reactwell, LLC licensed in 2018 from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). More recently, the company secured a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy with ORNL to fund additional Cooperative Research & Development (CRADA) work on the conversion of carbon dioxide and water, sourced from atmospheric carbon dioxide and water vapor, into ethanol in a single step process.

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