Monthly Archives: July 2015


Business & Government Come Together to Put Recycled Carbon Dioxide to Good Use

July 30, 2015

PartnersThere’s a lot to be said for carbon dioxide. CO2 is one of the most abundant chemicals on the planet and yet it’s the least understood. This is due to the negative associations it has with climate change.

Over the decades, we’ve come up with terms like “carbon tax” and “carbon footprint,” which may have you convinced the compound is public enemy No. 1. While it may be true that much of the recent changes in our climate is due to an increase in industrial CO2, that doesn’t mean the gas can’t also be used in a way that has a positive impact on the planet.


5 Ways Robotics Dramatically Improves Your Manufacturing Processes

July 28, 2015

Capitalism begs for improved efficiency and productivity. As the race to produce better products at more efficient rates heats up, more and more manufacturers are turning to robots to drive the next wave of manufacturing.

Companies from around the world are utilizing robotics to improve their manufacturing processes right now, and here are the benefits:

1.  Predictable Production

Robotic manufacturing units are everywhere from an assembly line of cars to material handling and packaging. Even Apple supplier Foxconn is planning to reduce human labor and increase robotic manufacturing by bringing online a million units in their factories in the next few years. […]

Come See Cool Clean Technologies speak at the CCMPP Workshop July 29-31, 2015

July 21, 2015

NasaCool Clean is proud to have been invited by NASA to participate in an upcoming event at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt in Maryland as part of the Mechanical Systems Division, specifically the Contamination and Coatings Engineering Branch.

NASA Contamination and Coatings Engineering Branch

This branch of NASA supports projects with a cleanliness and coatings program that allows the science community to accurately obtain scientific measurements required for mission success. The focus is on preventing spacecraft performance degradation and promoting development of new technologies. […]