Carnot Compression

Sustainable oil-free air compressors

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Amount Raised: $77,946
Security Type
Common Stock
Categories
General, Technology, Engineering, Manufacturing
Min Investment
$320
Location
Scotts Valley, CA
Offering Date
May 27, 2020
Expected Close Date
January 04, 2023
Target Raise
$10.00K-$3.20M
No. Investors
77
Security Price
$1.60
Deal Notes

$1.00 per share

Valuation
$22,246,773
Number of Employees
5
Cash
$14,428
Revenue
$15,145
Short Term Debt
$1,229,885
Cost of Goods
$117,973
Long Term Debt
$0
Net Income
$810,258

Company Description

Carnot Compression has patented a method for solving the ‘heat of compression’ problem, and in the process has developed a means to drastically cut down on billions of dollars worth of wasted operating costs across a bevy of industries.

Use of Proceeds

Research & Development: 10.0%

Marketing: 6.5%

Operations: 20.0%

Company Employment: 60.0%

StartEngine Platform Fees: 3.5%

Perks

$500+ | Investor Community Access: Receive periodic updates from our executive team on key developments and major milestones
$2,000+ | 20 Horsepower: Receive 3% bonus shares
$5,000+ | 50 Horsepower: Receive 5% Bonus Shares + 30-minute call with our executives to discuss the company
$10,000+ | 100 Horsepower: Receive 5% Bonus Shares + $1,000 rebate on a future compressor purchase
$25,000+ | 250 Horsepower: Receive 5% Bonus Shares + $1,500 rebate on a future compressor purchase
*All perks occur after the Offering is completed.

Key Deal Facts

Compressors driven by electric motors consume $227B every year in electricity; Carnot has a roadmap for reducing these costs by 20% or more
Carnot has assembled leading experts from all over — including engineering PhDs, compressed air marketing veterans, and product development professionals
Huge Market - Compressed air will soon be a $40.43B market

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