Enviro Voraxial Technology announces shipment of Voraxial Separators
Enviro Voraxial Technology Inc. (EVTN) announced that the company has delivered two Voraxial Separator units to customers that operate in very different industries and environments. One customer is in the oil industry while the other is a producer of uranium in the mining sector...
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Nov. 18, 2004 (PRNewswire-FirstCall) -- Enviro Voraxial Technology Inc. (ETVN) announced that the company has delivered two Voraxial Separator units to customers that operate in very different industries and environments. One customer is in the oil industry while the other is a producer of uranium in the mining sector.
"Each of these customers has their own unique liquid/liquid and liquid/solid separation problems," said Alberto DiBella, C.E.O. of Enviro Voraxial Technology. "But the preponderance of field data that we collected from testing at actual industrial sites over the past year is giving potential new customers the necessary field data and documentation to consider our technology."
The ultimate sale of these units is contingent upon each company's ability to incorporate EVTN's Voraxial® separation technology into their respective production processes. Technical support will be provided by EVTN. Based upon our field experiences and analysis, EVTN is confident that the Voraxial Separators will meet the customer's needs.
"The marketing efforts we have undertaken in the past year have resulted in a significant increase in customer inquiries and Request For Quotes for the Voraxial Separator," said Alberto DiBella. "We are seeing a greater level of interest and acceptance of the technology and believe this interest will translate into a number of unit sales in the upcoming quarters. We are also in discussion to ship additional Voraxial Separators for other oil/water and liquid/solid separation applications."
About Enviro Voraxial Technology
Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc.'s patented Voraxial Separator is a cost-efficient, continuous flow separator that simultaneously separates liquid/liquid, liquid/solid or liquid/liquid/solid mixtures at extremely high flow rates while achieving very high levels of purity. The technological superiority of the Voraxial Separator over conventional technologies is in its ability to produce a real-time, high "g" centrifugal force to yield a high-purity product or products at a volume of 3 gallons per minute to over 10,000 gallons per minute. The Voraxial Separator technology is scaleable and nearly universal in its implementation. Although the Voraxial Separator is applicable to almost any industry separation process, the Company is focusing its near-term efforts in the following four vertical markets: municipal wastewater industry, oil exploration and production, oil refineries, and manufacturing. EVTN has begun the sales and marketing efforts in these markets with: 1) the installation of the Voraxial Grit Separator for the removal of sand and grit at Hillsborough County Wastewater Facility in Tampa, Florida, 2) the delivery of a unit to an oil-service company that not only performs wastewater treatment for offshore oil production platforms, but also provides services for industrial applications, 3) the delivery of a unit to an environmental service company for liquid/liquid and liquid/solid separation at the refineries in Colorado and Wyoming and 4) the delivery of a unit to a Canadian mining company for recovery of oil-based processing solutions.
EVTN (www.evtn.com) is continuing to develop and market its Voraxial Separator as stand-alone technology as well as a key component to improve the efficiency of self-contained treatment systems for multiple applications.