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New Development Converting 10L Machines to Produce Liquid Nitrogen and Oxygen Infinity is now working on converting the 10L extraction systems to produce Liquid Nitrogen (LN2) and Liquid Oxygen (LOX). These valuable gases can be used for rockets, cooling lasers, and cryogenic botanical extraction.

Lease Financing from $1,000 per month New crated machines ready to ship. More Info

$149,000 Complete CO2 Extraction System: More Info

Pro Tips and Training for CO2 System: More Info

Technology for Supercritical CO2 Extraction: More Info

Video for Infinity Supercritical CO2: More Info

Parts for Sale (pumps, seals, valves): More Info

Payback on Extractor System as short as 11 days (ROI): More Info

High Quality Full Spectrum Oil: More Info

Email: greg@infinitysupercritical.com

TEL: 608-238-6001

CO2 Cavitation Device Used for Pumping and Sonochemistry Experiments

CO2 Cavitation Device Used for Pumping and Sonochemistry Experiments

Producing Alcohol from Liquid CO2

Infinity has already built lots of closed-loop supercritical CO2 systems, and experimented with CO2 cavitation to make a one-moving-part liquid CO2 pump.

Infinity currently sells a cart-mounted portable on-demand supercritical CO2 phase change system for $150,000 which can be used for the experiments listed below, along with many others. It is a cart which was designed to fit through any standard door, hallway, or elevator and has heaving duty casters for mobility.

We are currently looking for funding to develop the following:

1. On-Demand CO2 to Alcohol: Using our closed-loop liquid CO2 phase change system, adding Nafion in the process to make alcohol. Inputs: Liquid CO2, water, and electricity. About 3-4 kW to make a liter of alcohol (from lab experiments).

2. CO2 to Alcohol with In-Situ Power Generation: Using our closed-loop supercritical CO2 phase change system, produce the power via miniature CO2 turbine generator of static electricity generator (SEG) to power the conversion via Nafion.

3. Spin-To-Liquid (STL): A novel one-step approach to producing alcohol from liquid CO2 using a cavitation device with Nafion. This is a one-moving-part device employing sonochemistry with inputs of water and liquid CO2. Electricity is produced in-situ. Shaft rotation is required to spin the device (this can be done via a electric motor, pressure expanding turbine, or other shaft rotation such as a wind turbine).

You can further our efforts by buying our $150,000 systems (which we build - and have four in stock) or by considering an investment to fund our development.

Teaser: Why was Nikola Tesla so fascinated with static electricity and spinning discs ? Our guess is that he had already found the worlds best battery - water. The Tesla turbine (while a fascinating pump) was actually a static electricity generator originally designed to charge water. All of his Colorado Springs experiments revolved around static electricity. Power generation and (wireless) transportation was via static electricity.

The New Chemistry of Fuel Cells (pdf download)

Email: Investor for Reverse Fuel Cell CO2 to Alcohol Questions

Innovative Reverse Fuel Cell Converts Waste CO2 Into Valuable Chemicals 10x Faster (note: Infinity did this in 2004)


indoor LED and fogponics tower growing system by infinity supercritical

indoor LED and fogponics tower growing system by infinity supercritical

Vortex Botanical Extraction of Cascade Hops with 1 Second Extraction

Vortex Botanical Extraction of Cascade Hops with 1 Second Extraction

Vortex Extraction of Oil from Botanicals

Infinity has experimented with many technologies which perform cell lysis. One of those is the fascinating vortex tube. It has traditionally used for pressuried air to produce spot cooling and heat, along with separation functions in the oil and gas industry. The vortex converts pressure into rotational energy (over 1,000 g force) which effectively becomes a centrifuge liquids (air, water, oil, etc.). The high g forces can result in cell lysis, and the rotational element can separate resulting extract. Vortex Device for Botanical Oil Extraction and Separation

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indoor modular LED and fogponics tower growing system by infinity supercritical

indoor scalable LED and fogponics tower growing system by infinity supercritical

indoor scalable LED and fogponics tower growing system by infinity supercritical

Solid state chiller system for botanical phase change closed loop extractors

Solid state chiller system for botanical phase change closed loop extractors

Solid State Chiller System

Since 2015 Infinity Supercritical has been looking for ways to provide chilled water for its phase-change systems. With their liquid supercritical systems, the vapor CO2 needs to be phase changed back to liquid so that it can be stored and then pumped (via electric silent liquid pump) into the extraction vessel.

The closed loop system requires a chiller to accomplish this phase change process. A standard mechanical chiller deploys legacy moving parts compression and expansion technology with a refrigerant, to make a cooled liquid.

Traditional extraction systems require a pump to either pressurize liquid CO2 (typically with a piston pump or other hydraulic pump), or pump the gas CO2 (vapor) using a loud air compressor and diaphragm pump.

Either system requires a chiller.

Liquid Phase Change Pump System: the phase change requires a chiller to go from vapor to liquid.

Gas Vapor CO2 Diaphragm Pump System: requires a chiller to cool the air compressor, which drives the vapor pump, and other parts of the extraction process.

chiller system with no moving parts for botanical phase change closed loop extractors

chiller system with no moving parts for botanical phase change closed loop extractors

Solid State Chiller System Prototype

Our concept is to chill the vapor CO2 into a liquid by using a back-to-back counterflow chiller system based on Peltier cell technology.

This technology deploys solid state cells that cool on one side, and heat on the other.

This unique technology allows you to heat and cool simultaneously. Since the liquid CO2 needs to be compressed and expanded into a vapor, this provides the perfect opportunity to take advantage of both heating and cooling (chiller) cycles.

With funding, we believe we can make a solid state extraction system with no moving parts.

Liquid CO2 FlowBar for Distribution of CO2 in Botanicals

Liquid CO2 FlowBar for Distribution of CO2 in Botanicals

FlowBar for Distributing CO2 throuout Botanicals in Supercritical Extraction

Licensing Starting At: $9,999 for unlimited production for original purchaser only. May not be transferred or sold to another party. Size of company will determine license fee.

Using existing patent.

Please email for more information.

Liquid CO2 Cavitation Pump

Liquid CO2 Cavitation Pump

Liquid CO2 Cavitation Pump

One moving part liquid CO2 cavitation pump. Virtually maintenance free. Pressures up to 2,000 psi depending on various factors.

Licensing Starting At: $99,999 for unlimited production for original purchaser only. May not be transferred or sold to another party. Size of company will determine license fee.

Using existing patent.

Please email for more information.

Infinity Supercritical Rotary Evaporator Using Induction Magnetic Fields

Infinity Supercritical Rotary Evaporator Using Induction Magnetic Fields

Rotary Evaporator

There are countless ways to evaporate a liquid. One interesting concept is a spinning ball, which has lots of surface area. Using magnetics, you can not only heat up the ball from Eddy Current, but also spin it without any mechanical connection drive. The spinning magnetic field can even be done with coils, instead of the traditional magnetic mixer technology. This technology can also be used for seawater desalination, oil and water separation, and other processes.

Licensing Starting At: $9,999 for unlimited production for original purchaser only. May not be transferred or sold to another party. Size of company will determine license fee.

Using existing patent.

Please email for more information. Rotary Evaporator

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