Voltea CapDI for Commercial Laundry Brochure - HOMES Water

Why use CapDI for your commercial laundry facility? In commercial laundry, TDS levels above 750 ppm cause dull, gray linens. Unfortunately, the ability to affordably and reliably remove TDS at high temperatures with effective use of recycled laundry water has proven to be limited. Traditional technologies require water to be cooled before TDS removal, which means it must then be reheated for laundering. This expensive, time-consuming process is no longer necessary with the addition of CapDI. The removal of TDS at laundering temperatures allows Voltea customers to realize exceptional operational, chemical, and energy costs savings. Commercial laundries across the globe have reduced their total water consumption significantly by implementing CapDI. This technology recovers up to 95% of the water it treats, delivering whiter, brighter linens at the high temperatures laundry facilities operate (140°F/60°C). Voltea reuse solutions work across all laundry intakes; healthcare, hospitality, uniforms/industrial, and food & beverage. Voltea’s CapDI experts have developed technology and performance metrics so methodically that our predicted performance data graphics are near perfectly in-line with actual results of each system we install. This allows launderer’s to make accurate estimates of laundering times, water usage, and TDS removal while running the CapDI system. Similar data graphics are also made to represent each launderer’s current treatment system without CapDI, allowing detailed business case analysis to show just how effectively our technology can help the facility. How does it work? Water flows between electrodes in a 2-step process. Electrode surfaces are separated from the water by membranes that selectively allow positive or negative ions to pass.

Purification: Saline water passes between oppositely charged electrodes, which electrostatically remove dissolved ions, leaving pure water flowing out of the cell.

Regeneration: Feed water flushes through the cell at a lower flow rate, while electrode polarity is reversed. Ions are rejected from the electrode surface, concentrated in the flow channel, and flushed from the cell.

Voltea’s Industrial Series System 12 (IS12)

C18 Module

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