Colarasis, Inc. Discovers New Process for Water Conversion

New water conversion process helps solve the clean water crisis.

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Houston, TX (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

Colarasis, Inc has recently discovered an innovative design concept for saltwater to fresh water conversion in a single versatile process.

The process has the ability to convert mass quantities of sea water while also capturing the minerals and producing fuel and electrical energy as byproducts. A 25-acre plant can convert approximately 133 million gallons of seawater a day economically producing a self-sufficient plant.

All schematics and proprietary systems were previously tested and vetted through a pilot plant.

Thirty-two tons of material, metallic and non-metallic, can be processed per day per acre foot. These byproducts can be incorporated into building materials, glass, foods and drugs which sufficiently supplement major industries.

The conversion process is capable of powering generators to produce electrical energy. The economical operation it affords in running generators for electrical power is immediately applicable to metropolitan and industrial needs.

A new alternative fuel source is formed during the separation procedure. The fuel itself can be used as an efficient substitute for gasses and liquid fuels. The efficiency of this fuel is equivalent to obtaining 200 miles to the gallon of standard gasoline.

“This process can easily be utilized globally,” says Walter Lewcun, president of Colarasis, Inc.

Imagine Los Angeles being independent of the Hoover Dam and the Colorado River. People need water to survive. The challenge now is to effectively conserve, manage and distribute the water that is available. This salt water conversion process effectively changes the game.

For more information about Colarasis, Inc.’s new process, visit http://www.colarasis.com/.

About:
Colarasis, Inc. has been in business since May 2010. They offer an electro-chemical underground conversion process for primary and secondary hot oil well stimulation and recovery. This new technology involves the enhanced recovery of crude oil. The technology offered by Colarasis controls and highly improves viscosity and flow factors, and the potential for heavy paraffin and asphaltic deposits. Colarasis also has technology for selectro-magnetic water purifier, salt water conversion, sewage treatment, paper mill clarification and contaminate clarification.


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