Company Says CaviGulation Refines Desalination Process
Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CTI) has developed the CaviGulation system, designed for physico-chemical reactions used in water treatment.
The system is a complex process with a multitude of mechanisms operating synergistically to remove pollutants from water. The reactor is a multi stage flow-through electro-cavitation process on the nano molecular level. The company claims the CG technology is 1,000-fold more effective than conventional systems and completely eliminates all microorganisms (including spores), viruses and protozoa.
CaviGulation is CTI's proprietary process and is scalable to virtually any size.
The company continues to identify new applications for its nano-reactor technology. All of the applications are in industries where there is a need to solve environmental problems, reduce operating costs and improve profitability.
"After years of research, CTI's scientists have developed our CaviGulation system," said Roman Gordon, CTI chief executive officer. "The first prototype unit has been built and delivered to our testing facility in Chatsworth, Calif. It will require several more months of testing in order to be able to establish all of the benefits and savings that could be provided for the desalination industry. We are exceptionally proud of the fact that the technologies we are developing will have a global impact, we strive to come up with a viable solution to the worldwide issues we face with water."
CTI was established in 2006 to become a world leader in the development of new cutting edge technologies for the vegetable oil refining, renewable fuel, petroleum, water treatment, wastewater sanitation, food and beverage, and chemical industries.