29 Jan Voltea Showcases DiEntry® Home Water Purification System at IBS/KBIS
Voltea Showcases DiEntry® Home Water Purification System at IBS/KBIS
Next generation product is environmentally friendly option for builders, homeowners
Dallas, TX, January 29, 2019- Authored by Heather Leighow
Voltea, the global leader in membrane-capacitive deionization (CapDI©) electro-desalination technology, is showcasing its first residential-focused water purification unit, DiEntry, at the International Builders Show/Kitchen and Bath Industry Show on Feb. 19-21, 2019.
Voltea will be giving away one of its innovative DiEntry units to one lucky show attendee who will be able to experience first-hand the benefits the technology provides.
DiEntry addresses the most pressing water issues in the market – quality, taste and waste – by using Voltea’s energy-saving CapDI technology to “tune” water to meet the needs of the homeowner and community. This technology has disrupted an industry that relies on chemical additives or so-called “soft” salt to treat water.
Because of its patented technology and growing customer base across multiple industries, Voltea was recognized as the Breakthrough Water Technology Company of the Year at the 2018 Global Water Summit in Paris.
“We have seen a tremendously positive response to DiEntry by builders, resellers and homeowners around the world who are interested in our industry-leading CapDI technology,” said Voltea CEO Bryan Brister.
Builders: A Competitive Advantage
DiEntry provides “customizable” and fundamentally better water within the home as well as better and less water discharged from the home. Its small footprint is easy to design and build around, as it needs less space than other traditional residential water treatment systems.
Builders offering and installing DiEntry are positioning themselves as being on the cutting edge of technology for water purification. Plus, Voltea’s network of support professionals are available for product and installation advice and instruction.
Homeowners: Environmental and Financial Benefits
DiEntry is also a game-changer for homeowners, who are increasingly interested in technology that facilitates a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. DiEntry provides homeowners unprecedented control over the quality and taste of their water while reducing the environmental impact because it uses and wastes less water than other products. It can be perfectly tuned to provide on-demand purified water from all faucets of the home, every time, with no salt or chemicals.
Financial benefits to homeowners include long-term savings in water and energy usage as well as being in immediate compliance with community restrictions on water usage and runoff from traditional water softening systems.
Communities: Regulatory Compliance
There are already 25 communities in California, for example, that have banned or greatly restricted traditional water softening systems. Reasons include chemical-related issues, high levels of nonnative salt discharge into local water sources and the amount of water they waste each year. More communities and entire regions of the country are following suit.
The DiEntry system’s “no salt, no chemicals” technology as well as its water-saving design make it the new standard for residential water treatment.
At IBS/KBIS, Voltea will be at The Align Project home in the new “Salon by KBIS” area, which features innovative companies and products from around the world. Show attendees can stop by the booth to enter the DiEntry giveaway.
Also at Voltea’s IBS/KBIS booth will be the recently released DiUse®, a point-of-use system popular with restaurants and coffee shops that delivers consistent, precise water quality with improved taste.
Voltea has been delivering electro-desalination water treatment equipment to institutional, commercial and industrial customers for more than 10 years. Voltea’s CapDI© systems remove dissolved salts from water using electricity with less environmental cost than any other available technology. Voltea was recently named Breakthrough Water Technology Company of the Year at the 2018 Global Water Summit in Paris. Also, the company was recognized as one of the 21 Technology Pioneers 2013 at the World Economic Forum, listed in the 2011 Global Cleantech 100 and won the best new technology award at the 2010 Global Water Summit.