Using VPT technology, our cooling tower skid is proven to save energy, chemicals and, most importantly, water.
At the heart of our 3-D printed vortex applications are micro air bubbles. What changes is how we deal with them.
Using VPT technology to aerate ponds diminishes algae growth — and its residual stench.
Our technology is used to keep rivers, streams and waterways clean.
Using unheated water for ice maintenance and resurfacing is increasing ice plants’ efficiencies.
FlowMix is a wastewater treatment application based on Vortex Process Technology.
We're increasing cooling towers Cycle of Concentration to at least 5 - 10 COC
Cooling Towers just in California
Over 5 billion gallons of fresh water used by cooling towers yearly just in California
Cooling Towers that waste less.
Our cooling tower skids, built with Vortex Process Technology at the core, are reducing the amount of water, energy and chemicals needed to run cooling towers. Southern California Edison ran a field test using VPT technology which proved those savings, savings especially essential for water-poor States like California. The report points out that by increasing the Cycle of Concentration by just 1.5, 350 million gallons of water can be saved in California in just three years. Read the report here.
By increasing the Cycle of Concentration, cooling towers use less water. This is achieved by lowering the viscosity of the water by separating the micro air bubbles from the water, resulting in better heat transfer. With the water itself now more efficient, a water energy nexus is created, increasing the CoC. Read the report.
Lowering the viscosity means the water is more efficient and the cooling tower works less. The site energy savings in the SCE study were meaningful at 3.8% for kWh and 1.9% for on-peak kW demand reduction. Learn more.
The rapid spinning of the water in the vortex not only separates the micro air bubbles from the water, but it changes the state of the soluble calcium in the water. No longer effective and unable to cling together and cause lime scale buildup, less chemicals are needed,. Read the report.
REALice Installations worldwide
Natural gas reduction
A Game Changer.
The vortex technology used in our ice rink application separates the micro air bubbles from the water, removing the need to heat the water up to extremely high temperatures to resurface the ice. Saving money — and making great ice – that’s REALice. Find out more at the REALice website.
Less Natural Gas
Most arenas use natural gas to heat their water. REALice reduces the natural gas use by 79%. One of three ways REALice saves energy. Learn more.
Cooler water on the ice means the ice plant works less, and the water freezes faster. This means the brine temperature — and the ice itself — can increase by a couple of degrees — a real savings in electricity. Learn more.
Colder water means less evaporation than before, and less evaporation means less humidity in your arena. Another way that REALice saves arenas money. Learn more.
The vortex technology used in our ponds and waterways applications take those same micro air bubbles from the water and use them to aerate. The FlowMixer system helps waterways recover from runoff damage and prevents algae build up due to stagnant water.
Faster recovery from runoff
With the FlowMixer application, waterways can recover faster from runoffs and overflows. Want to know more? Contact us.
Automatic or On Demand
The FlowMixer System can be set up to work automatically or on demand. Want to know more? Contact us.
Reducing the algae growth has another positive attribute: a better smelling environment. Want to know more? Contact us.
Cypress has offices in California, Nevada and Washington and a growing list of affiliates.
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