Salgenx. The Salt Water Flow Battery

Salt Water Flow Battery Tech less than $100 per kWh

Salgenx (division of Infinity Turbine LLC) has developed a revolutionary saltwater flow battery which has multiple uses.

Lower cost: and faster product access compared to Tesla Megapack (which may take two years to deliver).

No Membrane: Does not use any membrane (like Lithium, Vanadium or Bromine). Instead, uses natural immiscibility of liquids to separate electrolytes and allows multivalent ion materials as alternatives to lithium materials with greater energy density and storage capacity. Simple versions of the system use activated carbon as the cathode. Under develop is our liquid electrode.

Thermal Storage: Using a CO2 heat pump, you can double down on the payback for this new concept of a battery which stores heat as well as power in the saltwater electrolyte.

Cogeneration: When combined with a ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle) heat turbine, this concept is further extended to produce power, especially at oil and gas wells which have geothermal heated brine producer water. Imagine storing power at the oil well, to use to power the downhole pumps.

Desalination: The salt water battery naturally removes salt and a new method of desalination .

Graphene: Using graphite, a simultaneous process of making graphene can be utilized while charging.

Payback: Grid based rate arbitrage for purchasing power during off-peak times, then using power during on-peak daylight times to save money.

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Salgenx Flow Battery Technology Report

Salgenx, a renowned provider of innovative energy solutions, has recently unveiled its highly anticipated Salt Water Redox Flow Battery Technology Report. This comprehensive report takes a deep dive into the dynamics of grid-scale flow batteries, shedding light on crucial aspects such as economics, efficiency, and deployment strategies.

With insights derived from extensive research and engineering expertise, the report offers valuable recommendations for optimizing financial viability, enhancing energy conversion efficiency, and successful deployment.

This groundbreaking resource is expected to revolutionize the understanding and adoption of grid-scale flow batteries, driving advancements in energy storage and accelerating the transition to a sustainable future.

The Salt Water Redox Flow Battery Technology Report is now available for purchase on the Salgenx website, positioning it as an essential read for industry professionals, investors, and stakeholders seeking reliable, efficient, and eco-friendly energy storage solutions.

The report is available for purchase for $299 via PayPal link.

Visit the Infinity Turbine page for more information on Salgenx Technology Report

Why Salt Water may be the Future of Batteries

There’s no shortage of solutions to the world’s need for renewable energy storage, but there is a shortage of accessible and cheap resources to use for those solutions. Lithium and vanadium aren't limitless, so what about regular, run-of-the-mill salt? Redox flow batteries, or RFBs, can exploit the abundance of elements like sodium and iron. One U.S. company already has salt water batteries ready to go, with at least two others developing iron flow variations built to effectively run on rust. They promise to last longer and be far cheaper than the competition. So, what happens if we go with the flow?

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Why Salt Water may be the Future of Batteries

Saltwater battery technology and manufacturing licensing is now available

License to Manufacture and Sell vs Build Your Own Brand

Licensing is now available for the saltwater battery technology. This system has two electrolyte tanks, one of which is salt water (brine). It does not have, nor use a membrane.

This license and guidance provided, allows you to de-risk the deployment as you are the first into the commercial marketplace. We are your subject matter experts for saltwater flow batteries. We work together with your team to enhance your core for your customer needs.

Build Your Own Brand: As an alternative to a standard licensing fee, you may start with a market assessment and let us customize your license experience saving you time and give you fast access to the market.

Access the USA Tax Credit: Flow battery manufacturing and contract builders may gain access to the $35 per kW.

Licensing Info for Salgenx Salt Water Flow Battery

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Saltwater Battery

The Salgenx saltwater battery is a flow battery system, which requires two large tanks that hold fluid electrolytes. One tank is dedicated to salt water (just add NaCl to water). The saltwater tank may be used for thermal storage.

Fluids are circulated through electrodes, which regulate the input and output of electricity from the battery.

The battery does not use a membrane, which is common on other redox flow battery systems. The absence of the membrane saves huge up front purchase costs, maintenance, and consumable expenses.

Factory: Factory Setup for a Grid Scale Salt Water Flow Battery Review

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Factory Setup for a Grid Scale Salt Water Flow Battery

Salgenx Energy Storage Simultaneous Desalination

A breakthrough in desalination technology has been announced today with the unveiling of a new system that uses a saltwater flow battery (BESS) cycle to produce clean drinking water from seawater. This innovative solution has been developed to create a sustainable and cost-effective way of storing energy while simultaneously producing fresh water.

The desalination system operates by using a saltwater flow battery cycle without the need for a membrane. The system can use a renewable energy source, such as solar power or large wind turbine, to charge the battery, making it both environmentally friendly and cost-effective.

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How to buy a license

How to buy a license

We develop technology and then license to builders and manufacturers. That way we can move at the speed of light to get new tech into the market first.

If you only want to buy a flow battery, you can contact one of our licensed manufacturers.

If you want to buy a license, please see the flow chart or email us.

Our technology will be the first large salt water flow battery to the market.

How to buy a license (flowchart in pdf)

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Salgenx is now offering on demand electrode catalyst function coating technique licensing

On Demand Electrode Technique and Process License

Purpose: This licensing is for developers of flow batteries who wish to de-risk and reduce time developing and experimenting with electrodes. It provides the framework and technique to develop your strategy of development.

The Problem Defined: During our flow battery development validation and evolution, the process of designing,formulating, fabricating, and then testing electrodes became a game of wasting time with various catalyst companies. The process is very time consuming, and many catalyst companies will promise a formula with active loading (xxx mg/cm2), and then not even deliver on what they quoted. Weeks and months can be spent going back and forth. If you decide to formulate and build your own electrodes for your flow battery, you'll need some very expensive equipment, and dedicated staff to run it. Setting up a lab with electrode fabrication can take months and hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Email: On Demand Electrode Licensing

Experimenters Cart for Developing Electrodes and Flow Battery Cells

Technology Review Report $3999 via PayPal Link

Salgenx Liquid Electrode for Electrolysis

Liquid Electrode

Under development is using centrifugal adhesion and flow dynamics to contain catalyst as an alternative to plating solid, porous, or flow-through electrodes.

This method is a game changer since little to no electrode manufacturing or preparation is needed. Maintenance free and easy to replace. Coded material can be time referenced for born-on and expiration or replacement date.

Almost any catalyst can be used. This is perfect for just-in-time experimentation and battery manufacturing since there is no time lag if preparing electrodes from a supplier.

We first used this to make a proof-of-concept to make hydrogen (H2) in water electrolysis. H2 production was actually increased using this process, compared to standard electrode and electrochemistry.

Experimenting using liquid electrode and electrostatics to develop a process to make graphene from graphite

Exfoliated Graphene

Under development using electrochemistry as a spinoff of this flow battery is making graphene.

There are many similarities and the use of sodium (Na) to exfoliate graphene from graphite.

We are also experimenting with electrostatic pulling to harvest layers of graphene from graphite.

Electrostatic Pulling to Make Graphene

Electro-Exfoliation of Graphite to Graphene in an Aqueous Solution of Inorganic Salt

Salgenx Infinity Turbine License Savings and User Savings Comparison

S3000 Revenue for Salgenx Salt Water Flow Battery

Infinity Turbine Radial Outflow Turbine Generator which can be used simultaneously as a heat pump

As a simultaneous Thermal Storage Device

Considered a hybrid between a standard flow battery and a thermal storage device, the battery provides simultaneous heat or cold liquid storage as well as electrical energy storage. Unlike the sand battery, this system can also store electricity along with thermal resources.

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Heat Pump

A heat pump is almost exactly like a ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle) system, which uses phase change to provide work to produce heat or cooling.

In the case of a ORC system, the pressure reducing valve is replaced with an expander which mechanically rotates a electrical generator to make power. We have also experimented with cavitation discs.

A heat pump has a high COP (Coefficient of Performance - is defined as the relationship between the power (kW) that is drawn out of the heat pump as cooling or heat, and the power (kW) that is supplied to the compressor) when compared to resistance heating.

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Simultaneous brine treatment and energy storage with lithium mining bonus

What is Brine

What is brine?

In general, brine is any solution with an extremely high concentration of salts, such as sodium chloride, which can occur either naturally (as with seawater, deep-water ocean pools, salt lakes, producer water from oil and gas drilling) or as a byproduct of industry. These byproducts, or brine waste streams, are typically highly concentrated salt solutions that, in some cases, contain more than twice the amount of concentrated salts than natural brine solutions.

Brine waste streams can also be highly concentrated with total dissolved solids (TDS), such as waste streams in many chemical manufacturing processes, and they can be some of the most challenging to treat or discharge because their composition and purification requirements are dynamic and complex.

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NACS North American Charging Standard EV (image courtesy of Tesla)

NACS Tesla Plug for Charging AC and DC

Salgenx will be offering the NACS Tesla plug as part of its connectivity options to allow direct charging of electric vehicles.

From @Teslamotors #Tesla: With more than a decade of use and 20 billion EV charging miles to its name, the Tesla charging connector is the most proven in North America, offering AC charging and up to 1 MW DC charging in one slim package. It has no moving parts, is half the size, and twice as powerful as Combined Charging System (CCS) connectors.

Opening the North American Charging Standard

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