Seramic Materials 100% recycled ceramic stores heat at temperatures up to 1250°C for thermal energy storage or high temperature CST processes
Masdar City-based Seramic Materials, a start-up company supported by accelerator The Catalyst, has developed a unique patented solution to recycle industrial solid waste into a high-temperature thermal energy storage (TES) product – a circular economy solution that both reduces wastage and promotes renewable energy development.
The innovative new product called, ReThink Seramic – Flora, has been developed by Seramic Materials at its base in Masdar City.
The Flora is a technical ceramic that can store heat at temperatures up to 1250°C. This allows the storage of thermal energy from process heat in concentrated solar power (CSP) or industrial waste heat recovery systems, or from electricity in renewable energy systems such as solar photovoltaic, wind, or even excess grid electricity.
Made completely from recycled materials, in a 100 percent carbon-offset process, ReThink Seramic – Flora offers a sustainable solution at a considerably lower price point than other commercially available TES materials.