Voltea, a company that specializes in desalination technology, has launched its first residential-focused water purification unit, DiEntry.
Perfectly suited to the water quality and environmental needs of high-end home builders and owners, DiEntry is a next-generation technology that leapfrogs any existing residential system, the company says.
The salt- and chemical-free water treatment addresses the most pressing water issues in the market – quality, taste, and waste, the company explains. DiEntry uses uses Voltea’s membrane-capacitive deionization technology to “tune” water to meet the needs of the homeowner and community. As the company explains it, the technology has disrupted an industry that relies on chemical additives or so-called “soft” salt to treat water.
“We’re pleased to provide a transformative product for the residential market that is based on our industry-leading CapDI technology,” says Voltea CEO Bryan Brister. “Home builders and homeowners will benefit from our experience providing water treatment solutions to some of the top companies in the world.”
For builders, DiEntry provides “customizable” and fundamentally better water within the home as well as better and less water discharged from the home, he company explains. And because of its compact size, it’s easy to design and build around because it needs less space than other residential water treatment systems, the brand adds.
“Builders offering and installing DiEntry are positioning themselves as being on the cutting edge of technology for water purification," Voltea says.
The company says the product offers many benefits to homebuyers and homeowners as well.
“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,” the company says in an official statement announcing the release. “It can be perfectly tuned to provide on-demand purified water from all faucets of the home, every time, with no salt or chemicals.”