Food Industry

We consider the primary focus in the food industry to be the water treatment used in the company. Element Saver systems installed in the storage area extend the shelf life of fresh meat, fish and fresh fruits and vegetables.

Waste in the supply chain - Fruits, root vegetables, vegetables and cut flowers are products with limited durability. It is a living plant tissue with a relatively high water content.

Two relevant, visible signs of deterioration in this type of goods are the decreasing 'tension' of the juice, that is, the product is wrinkled, faded or rotten. There are also spots of dead tissue or infestation by microorganisms. The Saver element located in the storage compartment keeps the juice tension longer and tissue degradation is delayed accordingly. Products generally have a considerably improved shelf life and taste.

Effect on cooling / freezing food and other perishable products

Cooling and freezing are important factors in ensuring the shelf life and storage of food and other perishable products.

This process requires some energy. But this energy is not free and is almost always associated with some environmental burden.

Cooling as a result of evaporation

The same applies to the heat of evaporation. Water treated with Element Saver technology, which contains some of the EZ structure, evaporates more easily than ordinary untreated water. A single water molecule with an organic structure evaporates not only more easily but also faster.

The effect is similar to the so-called cooling factor, where increased evaporation is affected by wind speed and when the presence of alcohol on the skin appears to be colder than water because it evaporates faster.

Practical Results

Conclusion: ES (Element Saver) treatment has a catalytic effect on the liquid-to-ice phase transition and has a significant impact on the liquid-to-vapor phase transition.

This means that water treatment using EC technology reduces the energy consumption of the two types of transition mentioned above:

Element Saver - cooling compressor system

The effect depends on the evaporative heat of the various coolants

Practical Use

The effect of the phase transition from the liquid state of the water to the vapor can be used in practice in various applications, such as drying. If the phase transition is facilitated by Element Saver technology, the drying process is much more energy efficient. It can be seen that treatment with EC technology can increase the energy efficiency of the evaporation process. phase transition from liquid to vapor by 22%. The effect of the phase transition from the liquid state of water to ice can be used in many areas ranging from food industry to ice rink maintenance, ice sculptures or ice cubes to beverages and certainly in various technical projects. Adjustment with ES technology increases the energy efficiency of the phase transition by 85%. Both types of phase transition can be used for cooling with significant economic benefits.

How does it work and what equipment?

It is never possible to pre-define solutions for any unspecified project, and there are rarely two identical projects in the industry. However, it is certain that it will always be a modification of the substance for which the properties are to change. Therefore, it is necessary to make appropriate contact with this substance, ie to place a suitable peritract (antenna) in the right place.

Explanatory notes
EZ - structure = water structure in EZ state - 'exclusion zone'
Peritract = special device for application of EC technology