Natural Gas

Hydrocarbon recoveries imroved by up to 70% with reduced unit footprint makes Flux Acid Gas Removal technology ideal for natural gas upgrading.


Rethink methane by upgrading renewable biogas to pipeline-quality gas while generating valuable renewable fuel credits.


High recovery hydrogen purification from shifted syngas improves the capacity for small steam-methane reformers by up to 20%.


Person 1

Dr. Jonathan Bachman

President & CTO

Jon completed his PhD at Berkeley in Chemical Engineering, where he invented Flux Technology's core innovation: adsorption-enhanced composite membranes. At Flux, Jon has developed thin film composite membranes for gas separations that enable carbon-efficient energy and chemicals production. As President & CTO, Jon leads commercial partnerships, product scale-up and testing, and new product development.

Person 2

Bahruz Mammadov


Bahruz is an experienced entrepreneur and executive with a background in materials science, process engineering, and nanomaterials. Previously, Bahruz was co-founder and CFO of Eurekite, where he brought novel ceramic nanowire technology to market. At Flux, Bahruz leads business development and strategic planning.

Person 3

Prof. Jeffrey Long

U.C. Berkeley

With over two decades of experience in materials design and technology development, Jeff is a world leader in novel materials for gas separations. Jeff leads a team of over 40 scientists in his laboratory at U.C. Berkeley, serves as Director of the Department of Energy's Center for Gas Separations, and holds a position as Senior Faculty Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Person 4

Prof. Zach Smith


Zach is a co-inventor of adsorption-enhanced composite membranes, and a Technical Advisor to Flux. Zach brings invalueble expertise in membrane-based gas separations and polymer development. As an Assistant Professor at MIT, Zach is pursuing energy efficient separations, catalysis, and energy storage.


Adsorption-Enhanced Composite Membranes

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CO2-Selective Membranes

Polymer-nanocrystal composite membranes provide improved CO2/X (X = CH4, N2, H2) selectivity, CO2 permeance, as well as increased robustness under harsh feed conditions. Using established solution-based processing techniques, this membrane format can be scaled to thousands of square meters of membrane area in a modular, spiral-wound assembly, for large scale applications.

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Gas Processing Applications

Adsorption-enhanced composite membranes can be used for acid gas removal from raw natural gas, biogas upgrading to pipeline-quality biomethane, and H2 purification in syngas applications. In each of these, Flux CO2-selective membranes operate at very high selectivity and permeance, which translates to maximized product recovery and small operation footprint.