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Posted: Sep 22, 2010
SwissINSO Expands Capacity for Producing Its 100% Solar-Powered Water Purification Units
(Nanowerk News) SwissINSO Holding Inc. has announced a major expansion in production capacity for its Krystall™ solar-powered water purification / desalination units. The new plant in Denges is now close to SwissINSO's headquarters at the prestigious R&D Science Park at EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne), the Swiss "Silicon Valley".
"This recent move marks another key milestone in the rapid growth of SwissINSO, and demonstrates our ability to execute 'on plan'", said CEO Dr. Yves Ducommun. "We will now benefit from simplified logistics, direct control of the production cycle, and reductions in delivery time. Furthermore, we can easily expand this significantly larger production site once we reach capacity", he added.
SwissINSO utilizes its proprietary intellectual property assets to provide environmentally friendly, innovative solar-energy solutions and related technologies to meet growing global needs. The company's goal is to become a world leader in turn-key solutions using renewable energy for the purification and desalination of water and the air cooling and heating of buildings.
SwissINSO has two core businesses: KRYSTALL™ is the world's first high-volume, 100% solar-powered turnkey water purification system enclosed within 40-ft (12,2m) containers. KLYMAA™ uses nano-composite solar coating technology to heat and cool buildings via solar-collector glass facade panels in a wide variety of colors and treatments. http://www.swissinso.com