Silica is a material used in a wide range of industries. Known users of silica include industries manufacturing coatings, rubbers, adhesives, touchscreens, glass, electronics, pharmaceuticals, inks, and cosmetics. Barton Blakeley’s carbon converted silica is produced from captured CO2, therefore allowing these industries to directly reduce their carbon footprint. For example, 1 ton of Barton Blakeley’s silica equals over 600 kg of CO2 directly converted and therefore prevented from being emitted.
Barton Blakeley is able to customise the nanopowder to suit desired functionalities. As an example, they can draw on characteristics such as hydrophobicity to increase water repellence in certain applications. Alternatively, they can enhance or dilute aspects such as thermal and UV resistance for 3D printing or coatings. Our customer-focused approach to the silica manufacturing process ensures improved quality and beneficial product characteristics. Customers can now buy tyres where up to 25% of the product was originally emitted carbon.
First Carbon Emission Reduction System
HYPER Xi is the first carbon capture and conversion system of its kind. It is the company’s belief that the only way to stop climate change altogether is to start viewing CO2 as a resource, rather than wasting it through emitting – the main cause of climate change.
HYPER Xi allows the consumption of as much as 6 tons of CO2 annually (the equivalent of 275 trees) from an industrial of footprint as little as 2 m2. Harnessing the value of carbon dioxide, Barton Blakeley’s mission is to create cheaper methods of manufacturing products for customers through actually lowering carbon emissions. Previous silica manufacturing methods are energy-intensive and strain local environments.
Barton Blakeley’s revolutionary process uses next to zero energy and they aim to capture millions of tons of CO2 by 2030.
Who is Barton Blakeley?
Interested? Get in touch! If you think your products could benefit from using our carbon converted silica, or if you simply want to know more about Barton Blakeley, please do get in touch. Call 07719 259 628 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.