capacitive deionization News

  • Voltea Releases CapDI for Cooling Towers Case Study

    Voltea, the world’s leader in Membrane-Capacitive Deionization (CapDI©), for salt-free and chemical-free water softening and desalination, has created a case study based on our CapDI installation at Republic Steel in Lorain, OH. This case study focuses on how our CapDI technology works in the cooling tower application, and specifically for Republic Steel using raw river water from ...


    By Voltea B.V.

  • Voltea’s CapDI vs RO at 2,000 ppm TDS

    Voltea, the world’s leader in membrane Capacitive Deionization (CapDI©), has performed a detailed technical analysis supported by field data from various installation sites that compares CapDI technology to that of Reverse Osmosis (RO), now at 2,000 ppm TDS. In the desalination/water purification technology field, CapDI has often competed with RO in all aspects of the business, from ...


    By Voltea B.V.

  • Pentair launchess new electronic water purification system to the North American water industry today at the WQA

    LAS VEGAS, March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pentair Residential Filtration, LLC, a subsidiary of Pentair, Inc. (NYSE: PNR), a global leader in water treatment solutions, will launch its new electronic water purification system to the North American water industry today at the WQA Aquatech ...


    By Pentair, Inc.

  • Pentair Introduces New Hybrid DI System With crosscharge Technology

    Pentair, Inc. (NYSE: PNR), a global leader in water treatment solutions, today unveiled its new Hybrid Deionization (Hybrid DI) system with Pentair's CrossCharge technology, the first electronic water purification system that is practical for residential applications. Hybrid DI systems using CrossCharge ...


    By Pentair, Inc.

  • MIT researchers develop new way to clear pollutants from water

    Original story at MIT News When it comes to removing very dilute concentrations of pollutants from water, existing separation methods tend to be energy- and chemical-intensive. Now, a new method developed at MIT could provide a selective alternative for ...

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