DALLAS — AquaRecycle, a developer of water recycling systems for laundry applications, with hundreds of global installations, is expanding its role within Voltea’s CapDI distribution network, Voltea reports.
Through the expanded partnership, Atlanta-based AquaRecycle will exclusively represent Voltea’s Membrane Capacitive Deionization (CapDI©) for salt-free and chemical-free water softening and desalination technology for laundry water-reuse applications throughout the United States.
AquaRecycle provides water recycling solutions in key laundry markets such as healthcare, hospitality, military and correctional facilities, and commercial laundries. Voltea says its CapDI technology complements AquaRecycle’s systems by significantly expanding the performance window, according to the company.
Voltea says that over the last year and a half, AquaRecycle has taken a leadership position in deploying CapDI technology in numerous laundry facilities, including the hospitality sector for customers like Hilton Worldwide, Marriott International, Starwood and Hyatt Hotels, as well as the U.S. Navy and healthcare sector, among others.
“There are many applications for Voltea’s CapDI technology within laundries, including no-salt, chemical-free softening of feed water and removing dissolved salts from high-temperature recycled water to improve quality,” says Voltea CEO L. Bryan Brister. “We wanted a forward-thinking partner with a proven track record of delivering innovative solutions to the laundry industry. AquaRecycle is an innovative force in the industry and the perfect partner for Voltea.”
“AquaRecycle is very excited about the opportunity to add CapDI technology to our Purify product line. As laundry operations continue to become more efficient, our ability to effectively and economically purify our recycled and reuse water is revolutionary,” says Jeff Lebedin, president of AquaRecycle. “Our multimillion-dollar, long-term exclusive distributorship with Voltea will give us the opportunity to continue to rapidly grow our business model.”