A cool, warm, and sustainable solution to the climate crisis.
It’s the ultimate in insulation technology.
And now, it’s being used in homes across the world.
The product, called ‘Tremolite’, has been developed by a Swedish company called Lifelite.
Its inventor, Erik König, is a computer scientist and inventor who specializes in electrical engineering and is the director of Lifelites research lab.
“I’m really interested in the future of the electrical grid,” he told Engadge.
“There’s a lot of energy coming from the sun that needs to be stored.
We need to use this energy for things like air conditioning, heating, and cooling.”
In his lab, Lifelis uses a process called metallization that converts an energy source like coal or natural gas into a solid that can be heated or cooled using electrolysis.
It’s an innovative and energy efficient solution that allows Lifelists to generate electricity from a waste product or a renewable source.
The company is currently testing a product called ‘Cooler’ that uses the same process.
The company claims the product is the first to generate a 100% renewable energy from a single source.
While many other products have been developed to generate renewable energy, they often rely on chemical reactions to produce heat.
In contrast, Lifelist uses an electrolysis process that converts the electricity into heat, a process that is also very efficient.
The process of metallizing energy sources to heat, cool, or generate heat is called ‘hydrothermal’ or ‘thermal electrolysis’.
In Lifelist’s case, the electrolysis takes place in a vacuum chamber.
It heats up the electrolyte (liquid) to around 900 degrees Celsius and turns it into a liquid that is heated by a coil of electrodes attached to a heat exchanger.
The heat is then pumped back into the chamber to produce the energy needed to operate the equipment.
“The heating and cooling system is completely different,” Lifelista CEO Erik Konsinger said.
“We can control the temperature in the system.
We can turn it off.
We don’t need to worry about the temperature fluctuating.
We’re able to control the flow of heat and heat in the room, and we control the energy.”
The company’s latest product, the LifelITE Cooler, has been in production since December.
It has a thermal conductivity of around 3,000W per square meter and has an estimated lifespan of up to 30 years.
According to Lifelism, Lifeline is the only company currently developing a sustainable product that can produce the required amount of electricity from its waste.
The LifelIST Cooler is a small, modular unit that is designed to be installed on the wall and has a capacity of 30W.
It also features a 100W generator, a solar panel that generates electricity at a rate of 1kW per hour, and a thermostat.
Lifelistas website claims the Cooler can generate about 100W of electricity.
Lifelist currently has a prototype version of the product in production, and the company plans to bring it to market in the near future.
According the company’s website, Lifelight’s Cooler will generate enough electricity to heat a room for about 12 hours per day, while the unit can also be turned off and the system could be used for lighting, air conditioning and cooling.
The product also features an integrated, automatic temperature control, meaning the system is easy to monitor and maintain.
“We are able to solve the climate problem because we can solve the electrical problem,” Konsingers told Engagge.
“If we can do this, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which is a very important climate change goal.
If we can achieve this goal, we are very optimistic that we can eliminate greenhouse gas pollution from our homes.”