In the current water cycle in laundry washing, the clothes are washed and the used water is discharged to a drain.
We deliver the water discharged from a laundry machine to a boiling tank to boil it completely. The solid remains that contain the heavier particles are physically removed and the evaporated part, containing the smallest microparticles, are evaporated off.
The steam is forced to pass, at a certain pressure and speed, through a pipe full of plastic bristles.
The plastic microparticles get rubbed along the bristles. They get electrically charged (as happens when static electricity is generated when combing your hair).
After passing over these bristles, we can collect them by creating an electrically charged field to attract them, whether they are positively or negatively charged.
The heat from the steam can be used to dry the clothes, the steam condenses as clean water. With ZYOSH™ we can reuse this clean water for a new wash.
ZYOSH™ can help to support the 2030 agenda for sustainable development. Saving water when washing and drying clothes.