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Climate Change Mitigation

Innovative Ejector Solutions for the protection of our environment

At Transvac, we are highly focused on reducing the adverse effects of climate change by being part of the drive towards a Net-Zero Carbon future. Our pathway is by resilient, transformative Ejector Technology innovation.


Transvac’s newest generation of high-performance Ejectors can help achieve Net-Zero Carbon by 2050. The key features and benefits of Ejector technology include:


  • High compression efficiencies
  • Capability of utilising waste energy
  • No moving parts
  • Can be constructed from most materials
  • Simple to operate, control, and maintain.


Our Ejector technology offers reduced CAPEX and OPEX for a variety of gas compression, and enhanced mass transfer applications.

Climate Change Mitigation: Proven Ejector Solutions

We are an award-winning, R&D focused Company, constantly looking to apply our specialised Ejector-based intellectual property to solve challenging problems. We work closely with international Operators, providing ‘game-changing’ technology to meet demanding environmental targets and decarbonise their industries. At the forefront of this drive to support climate-protection initiatives, Transvac’s Ejector technology is already being used for the following key applications;

Flare Gas Recovery using Ejectors

Flare Gas Recovery

Transvac’s unique Flare Gas Recovery Ejectors, are a proven solution to reduce (or even eliminate) carbon emissions as a result of widespread routine flaring.

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Utilising Waste Energy

Transvac has developed a range of Ejectors that use waste (free) energy usefully which help in the urgent drive to reduce energy costs and thereby carbon emissions.

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CO2 Capture & Re-Injection

Transvac Ejectors now have the capability of achieving very high discharge pressures suitable for CO2 re-injection, and SWAG process (simultaneous water and gas injection).

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Our forward-looking focus on Carbon Capture (CCUS)

The 2015 Paris Agreement of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change aimed to pursue efforts to keep temperatures at no more than 1.5°C above pre-industrial times. Meeting these ambitions will require more than just extensive cuts to emissions. It will also require the active removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere and their storage, a process called greenhouse gas removal.


CCUS and direct capture of CO2 from the air will play an important role in preventing some of the more dangerous impacts of climate change.


Playing our part in this, Transvac is working on a number of collaborative CCUS Projects. Our research programs include:


  • CO2 compression, single stage gas to liquid, and low temperature-rise compression
  • Capture, compression, utilisation and storage (CCUS) of CO2
  • Low energy CO2 capture
  • Low concentration CO2 removal
  • Direct from air CO2 Capture

CCUS using Ejectors

Ejectors: Part of the solution to climate change

Our Ejector technology is also being applied in a number of groundbreaking environmental technology areas such as:


  • Hydrogen compression and storage, including: Low Carbon H2; High yield H2; and waste gas reformation
  • Near Isothermal Compressed Air Energy Storage (NICAES)
  • Ammonia compression and transport
  • Low Grade Heat Recovery, including: Heat powered cycles; refrigeration and energy storage.


We have also successfully tested our technology on a unique Desalination process, with global potential.

Transvac Multi-channel Ejector for Desalination

Transvac’s patented multi-channel Ejectors are being applied
to some of the world’s most cutting-edge desalination processes.

New Collaboration Partners


To accelerate our drive for Climate Change Mitigation, we are seeking partners for collaborative projects, (either as a consortium or a single partnering arrangement) utilizing Transvac Ejector technologies in various industrial applications.


Therefore, if you are considering developing processes for CO2 capture, compression or transport; H2 compression; energy storage using compressed gas; or heat pump applications, we would like to hear from you.