Voltea continues its global commercial success with patented Capacitive Deionization (CapDI) technology on two continents to solve difficult Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) removal in Commercial Laundry.
In the United Sates, Voltea has partnered with American Water Purification (AWPI) to solve a Laundry facility problem that before now has seen a series of failures by competing technologies industry wide. “Voltea and their team has delivered a TDS trimming solution that opens the door to an unprecedented opportunity for savings in hot water reuse for Commercial Laundry Facilities” comments Dan Gates – President AWPI. He added “In concert with our AOP reuse system CapDI has the added benefit of further reducing water consumption by more than 50% coupled with savings on reheating the water.
Voltea’s CapDI technology offers us multiple opportunities that we just did not have access to prior to its integration with our systems. ” In Australia, Voltea has partnered with a prominent representative to integrate CapDI into their well-known water reuse system to be applied in Commercial Laundry. Australia suffers from harsh water scarcity problems that can be addressed by Voltea, saving millions of litres of water per facility every year.
"Western Australia has seen climate change happen faster and earlier than almost anywhere else on the planet. In the last 15 years the water from rain into our dams has dropped to one-sixth of what it used to be before that," said Sue Murphy, chief executive of the Western Australia Water Corporation.