Coauthored article by our engineers and coworkers, Toyota Motor Corporation and Japan Environment Systems, which title is "Development of offline heat transport system using chemical heat storage materials" was posted on the magazine of CLEAN ENERGY.
Regarding the development of an offline heat transport system aimed at effective utilization of exhaust heat in the industrial field it explains the development of chemical heat storage materials, the development of reaction systems, business development, and business model examples.
This article mainly introduces the results of the NEDO (New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization) subsidized project “Development of practical application of chemical heat storage bodies and reaction processes for utilization in heat storage transportation systems”. Our company was in charge of the article "Development of Chemical Thermal Storage Materials".
In this article, the dehydration/hydration behavior and repeated reaction behavior of CHARGEMAG®️ PM-1, a chemical heat storage material developed by our company, are explained with specific data. In addition, we discuss the development of the molded product and its practical issues.
CHARGEMAG®️ PM-1 is a product which has been succeeded in lowering the heat storage onset temperature and heat storage peak temperature by about 50°C than usual magnesium hydroxide by combining metal salts.
We are also developing products whose storage temperature is even lower than that. Please contact us for more information.
We have developed the CHARGEMAG® PM-1 magnesium hydroxide thermal storage medium that enables thermal storage at 300 °C.