Nanocap Technologies Develops Revolutionary Air Drying Process for Air Conditioning Systems and Other Dehumidification Applications

Vastly more efficient than current method of drying air with energy savings of 20-35% typical. Patented technology available for immediate licensing.

West Hartford, CT; Longboat Key, FL (PRWEB) March 05, 2015

Nanocap Technologies, LLC (http://www.nanocaptechnologies.com) announces the Nanocap Process, which uses capillary condensation and then osmosis through a semi-permeable membrane to dry air. Based on nanopore technology and available for immediate licensing, this green process is considerably more efficient than the current method of dehumidification – in use since 1902! The current system squanders a large amount of energy by cooling air down to the dew point to get water vapor to condense and drip off refrigerated coils. It then heats the air back up to a comfortable temperature. Nanocap’s transformative process avoids wasting energy to cool and reheat the air. The Nanocap Process may be viewed here: http://youtu.be/ZaGLYI4dSVw.

Energy Savings

  •  Energy savings of 20-35% expected during typical air conditioning use
  •  Air is pre-dried, separate from the cooling process
  •  There is no need to cool air to the dew point and then reheat it to comfortable temperatures
  •  Air conditioning would be used much less in cool, high humidity weather
  •  Helps meet current and future government-required efficiency standards

Increased Customer Comfort and Satisfaction

  • Lower operating costs
  • Humidity control is independent of cooling so air is neither too warm nor too cold
  • “Comfort-stat” will have humidistat and thermostat controls for individual comfort
  • Air won’t be “muggy” in very humid spaces, including exercise rooms, schools, and convention halls
  • Noise levels are significantly reduced
  • Environmentally friendly

Lower Production Costs

  • Condensers and compressors are smaller so air conditioners are cheaper to produce
  • Standard air conditioning cycle is used to cool dehumidified air
  • Dehumidifier may be incorporated in air conditioning systems either as embedded technology during the manufacturing process, or as a simple retrofit to existing systems
  • Essential components are commercially available
  • Polymer membranes are flexible, compact, and inexpensive
  • Membranes are long-lasting and do not degrade
  • Using membranes and salt solution to dehumidify results in large cost savings
  • Moving parts are minimized

“Nanocap Technologies is proud to present the Nanocap Process for licensing to organizations that develop or utilize air conditioning and dehumidification technologies for their product lines. The three most important characteristics of the Nanocap Process are energy savings, increased customer comfort and satisfaction, and lower production costs. Our patented system can be utilized with many applications that would benefit from a significantly improved air drying process, including residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, vehicle air conditioners, and high-humidity indoor environments. The unique advantages of the Nanocap Process, not available in any current air conditioners or dehumidifiers, will provide energy savings of 20-35% during typical air conditioning use, while helping solution providers meet current and future mandated energy requirements. For example, home air conditioning uses almost 5% of all electricity in the United States. This amount of energy costs over $15 billion per year in the U.S. alone. Savings afforded by the Nanocap Process will amount to between $3 billion to $5.25 billion per year. Additionally, since running an air conditioner in an automobile decreases gas mileage by 5 to 10%, a separate process of dehumidifying the automobile’s cabin will provide passenger comfort without the need for excessive use of the vehicle’s’ air conditioner,” said a company spokesman. He added, “All end-users will experience lower operating costs, as air conditioning would be used much less since dried air will provide comfortable environments without the need for wasteful, noisy, and inefficient complementary cooling. As for the integration of the Nanocap Process within cooling or dehumidification solutions, lower production costs will result from the reduced footprint of smaller condensers and compressors, etc. Finally, licensing our technology will clearly provide integrated and total solution providers with benefits that will result in significant increases in market share.”

About Nanocap Technologies

Nanocap Technologies is an intellectual properties company focused on the invention of new, highly efficient dehumidification processes for practical applications. We are seeking licensees of our patented air drying technology, and will assist you in testing our process by consulting with your engineers and advising on the setup of the system in your laboratories. Your organization will have the necessary time to confirm the potential for success before completing the licensing process.

The Principals of the Company

Arthur S. Kesten has a B.S. from New York University and an M.S. and Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. Art was employed by the Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory (1955-1963) and the United Technologies Research Center (1963-1997) where he held several key scientific positions including their Associate Director of Research and Director of Research Programs. In 1997, he was named by the United Technologies Research Center as its Distinguished Engineer of the Year. He taught for many years at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and continues to give talks on emerging energy technologies and sustainable development. Art holds many patents and has published many peer-reviewed articles.

Jack N. Blechner has an A.B. from Columbia College and an M.D. from Yale. He is currently Vice-President of Nanocap Technologies. He was Professor and Chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Associate Dean at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and had specialized interests in water and gas transfer through biological membranes during fetal development. While serving as Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army he was Chief of Perinatal Research and Development at William Beaumont General Hospital. He has conducted research in how water moves from mother to fetus across placental membranes and in the application of biological principles to physical systems.

For more information and to learn how our patented process can be applied to your products, please visithttp://www.nanocaptechnologies.com, email us at nanocaptechnologies@gmail.com, or call us at 860-559-0447.

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New brochure available

We are pleased to present our new brochure illustrating the process and benefits of our innovative air drying process.

Please download the Nanocap Technologies brochure.