Dais' Aqualyte Reins in on CO2, Pollutants and Energy Consumption in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

By CIOReview | Tuesday, September 29, 2015
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FREMONT, CA: Dais Analytic, a provider of nanotechnology applications that address the growth of global water and energy demand, released its latest third generation (V3) of Aqualyte. The product received higher performance ratings in third party certification results from Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI).

"The latest Dais Aqualyte nanomaterial has shown higher performance characteristics through successful use at a variety of commercial and industrial locations using the ConsERV High Efficacy Energy Recovery product," says Charles Kenyon, President and CEO, Multistack, LLC., a sub-licensee of the ConsERV brand of energy recovery ventilators in North and South America.

Aqualyte focuses on evolutionary or disruptive air, energy and water applications. Its uses include ConsERV, NanoClear, NanoAir and NanoCAP. ConsERV is an engineered energy recovery ventilator useful for efficient management of ventilation air's temperature and moisture content using the energy found in the outgoing 'stale' air stream to pre-condition the incoming fresh air often saving energy, CO2, and allowing for equipment downsizing. NanoClear is an early beta-stage method is used for treating contaminated water.

Similarly, NanoAir is an early beta-stage water-based, no fluorocarbon producing refrigerant cooling cycle is useful to replace the existing gas based compression cooling cycle in air-conditioning and refrigeration, saving a projected 50 percent in energy and CO2.  NanoCAP, a prototype stage use of the Aqualyte family has shown itself to be a disruptive non-chemical energy-storage device which when completed will be useful in extending the value in renewable energy installations, transportation, consumer product uses, and 'smart grid' configurations.