SOURCE: Irving A. Backman & Assoc. LLC

Irving A. Backman & Assoc. LLC

December 28, 2015 12:28 ET

Irving A. Backman's DATT Group and EcH20 International Announce the Design Phase Completion of the EcH20 Electron-Activated Reactor Desalinization System; This Breakthrough EcH20 Technology Can Eliminate the High Cost of Current Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Systems

DEDHAM, MA--(Marketwired - Dec 28, 2015) -  Irving A. Backman's DATT Group (Developers of Advanced Technology Today) and Dennis Johnson, President and CEO of EcH20 International, proudly announce the completion of the design phase of the EcH20 Electron Reactor, a breakthrough Desalinization system which may also be utilized to provide humanitarian drinking water.

According to Mr. Backman, "A recent overview description of the EcH20 technology in the prestigious American Journal of Chemical Engineering indicates further capabilities of EcH20 electro-chemistry (core concepts) technology to Desalinate ocean waters without the high energy costs of Reverse Osmosis membrane replacement. The EcH20 enclosed mobile trailer system can Desalinate 70,000 to 100,000 gallons of seawater per day with an approximate 90% recovery and with only 10% waste reject."

Mr. Backman added, "Of even greater importance, the entire high efficiency Desalinization EcH20 trailer system requires less than 200 sq. ft. of space, can be permanently mounted on an enclosed trailer for travel from one location to another, and be in full operation within 24 hours. Economic benefits include less upfront costs plus extraordinary savings on the annual operational, electrical and maintenance costs when compared to any existing system or technology. The EcH20 system further eliminates the severe negative environmental and economic impact caused by the high Reverse Osmosis Desalinization salt/brine water rejection back into the ocean or coastal waterways."

Mr. Dennis Johnson explained, "the health contributions are major advantages of the system's availability to the worldwide humanitarian application of the EcH20 small units for mobile, high efficiency purification to deliver fresh drinking water. Beyond the need for drinkable water, agriculture demands for clean, pure irrigation and animal H20 are critical to overall health for proper food production as well as reduction of disease from contaminated water. The EcH20 can meet these needs and more. It is anticipated that the EcH20 trailer-mounted system will be scheduled for mass production in second quarter 2016."

Complete details of the EcH20 water purification system study as it appeared in the American Journal of Chemical Engineering, plus a prior related U.S. Navy publication, may be obtained directly by contacting Steven Swartz (978) 265-4934 or Irving A. Backman (781) 234-2697 for a free copy.

About Irving A. Backman & Associates, LLC and the DATT Group (Developers of Advanced Technology Today) and EcH20 International, LLC

For almost four decades, Mr. Backman has led a team of scientists, developers, entrepreneurs and businessmen dedicating their intellectual resources and skills for the advancement of earth-friendly technologies relating to the reduction of Global Warming. Irving A. Backman & Associates and the DATT group are working closely with EcH20 International, LLC, which within the past 10 years has established a "water purification and detoxification" association with the EcH20 International Engineering Group. Partners in The DATT Group include G& B Energy Bank, Inc. IBA Global LLC,  Integrated Systems International (ISI Energy Controls), AgriPower, Inc., and EcH20 International, LLC. Everyone in the organization has made a commitment to help significantly reduce Global Warming and climate change currently rather than talk of future commitments. The company is headquartered in Dedham, MA, 02016. Tel. 781-234-2696.

Contact Information

  • For further information contact:
    Steven Swartz
    Director of Communications, The DATT Group
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