Cork, Ireland, June 24, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- E-Separation technologies for water treatment have been around for decades but have been considered largely a niche technology. The E-Separation technology group includes electro-deionization, electrodialysis, capacitive deionization, reverse electrodialysis, electrodialysis reversal. The common thread amongst them all is that they either use a current to separate ions out of solution or they use the mixing of ions in solution to generate a current.
Desalination is a rapidly growing industry, with the global installed capacity doubling from 20m3/day in 1995 to 40m3/day in 2005. In the past, improvements in reverse osmosis technology have limited the role of E-Separation technology for traditional desalination applications, however BlueTech Research patent analysis show that electro-separation technologies are a hot area of desalination innovation. During this webinar you will find out if a panel of industry experts believes the new developments in electrodes, ion exchange membranes and stack construction will take E-Separation to the mainstream of water and wastewater treatment.
By attending this webinar you will learn:
What are the main E-Separation Technologies, their applications, and dominant players?
What is the difference between ED, EDR, EDI, CDI and RED?
How big is the market for E-Separation Technologies for water and waste water treatment?
What are the latest advancements in E-Separation Technologies?
How are E-Separation Technologies being combined in interesting ways?
What are the key markets for E-Separation Technologies and how have technical innovations opened up new markets?
What cutting edge research is happening right now?
Where do E-Separation technologies provide an attractive alternative to conventional technologies.
How do CAPEX and OPEX of E-Separation compare with other membrane technologies.
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This webinar is part of the BlueTech® Webinar series.
Moderator - Ir Robert Gerard, General Manager, Aqualogy
John Barber, Ph.D., R&D Eng. Manager - Electroseparations, GE Power and Water
Brad Biagini, OPUS/ZDD Product Manager, Veolia Water
Senior E-Separation Specialist, Wetsus – to be confirmed
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