Company Continues to Build Momentum by Achieving National Media Coverage and Participating in Business Development Mission to China

ODESSA, FL / ACCESSWIRE / April 15, 2015 / Dais Analytic Corporation (DLYT), a commercial nanotechnology materials business selling its industry-changing technology into the worldwide energy and water markets, today commented on its recent inclusion in a prominently featured USA Today article, emphasizing the Company’s commercialized nanotechnology as a solution for California’s water crisis, as well as its attendance alongside prominent international companies on a current Business Development Mission to China.

The article, published on the front page of the Money section, focuses on the potential for Dais’ nanotechnology to combat the water scarcity issue via the polymer membrane’s ability to purify wastewater to a parts-per-billion level. It also references Dais’ breakthrough in reducing the carbon footprint of commercial air conditioning systems, and how it is currently seeking partners in California to commercialize its water purification system. The company expects that the use of a Dais technology-powered water purification system would reduce the need for more water by making it reusable, and would be more cost effective than current desalination plants located in key areas of California.

The need for water technology in California is crucial after the government recently imposed water restrictions that calls for a 25% reduction in potable urban water usage through February 28, 2016. The restrictions require commercial, industrial, and institutional properties to immediately implement water efficiency measures to reduce potable water usage.

Adding to this momentum is Dais’ participation as a delegation member of the Official Presidential Business Development Trade Mission to China historically sponsored jointly by the US Department of Commerce and US Department of Energy. Dais is represented by CTO Brian Johnson and CEO Tim Tangredi, and was selected along with major US-based companies including Alcoa, General Electric, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, and others, due to their commitment to developing and commercializing technologies focused on energy efficiency and sustainability. According to the Department of Commerce, this Trade Mission was coordinated to help U.S. companies launch or increase their business operations in China for Smart Cities – Smart Growth products and services, such as smart buildings, green data centers, carbon capture utilization and storage, energy efficiency technologies, clean air and water technologies, waste treatment technologies, smart grid and green transportation.

“It is a strong validation of Dais’ demonstrated technology – as well as its ability to be part of solving the fresh water scarcity issues we face in the US and abroad – to be featured in a publication as prominent and widely circulated as USA Today,” said Tim Tangredi, CEO of Dais Analytic. “We believe the increasingly challenged state of water conditions worldwide present a significant market opportunity for Dais’ NanoClear technology. This ranges from addressing the needs of this current crisis in California to the vast needs of growing countries such as China. As part of this Trade Mission, we hear repeatedly about the need to provide the latest technology to solve critical challenges. High on the list is cleaning industrial wastewater that today is negatively impacting the availably of pure drinking water. Our presence on this Business Development Mission is proof the adoption of Dais’ technology solutions knows no cultural, economic, or geographic bounds.”

Dais Analytic Corporation (DLYT – News ) is a nanotechnology business producing a versatile family of membrane materials – called Aqualyte – focusing on evolutionary or disruptive air, energy and water applications. The uses include:

  • ConsERVâ„¢, a commercially available engineered energy recovery ventilator (an HVAC product) 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;
  • NanoClearâ„¢, an early beta-stage method for treating contaminated water (notably most all forms of industrial waste), to provide pure drinking water;
  • NanoAirâ„¢, an early beta-stage water-based, no fluorocarbon producing refrigerant cooling cycle useful to replace the existing gas based compression cooling cycle in most all forms of air-conditioning and refrigeration saving a projected 50% in energy and CO2;
  • NanoCAPâ„¢, a prototype stage use of the Aqualyteâ„¢ 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.

Each use demonstrates the diversity of Dais’ core product — Aqualyteâ„¢ — the family of nano-structured polymers and engineered processes having a focus on minimizing consumption of irreplaceable natural resources, and ending the degradation of our environment. To find out more about Dais please visit https://daisanalytic.com, www.daischina.com, and to learn more about ConsERVâ„¢ please visit www.conserv.com.

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