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Sanyo's New Washer Uses 96% Less Water

One of the biggest water wasters in a household is the laundry machine. Let’s face it: we throw dirty, smelly clothes into a machine, turn it on, do other chores around the house and 20mg levitra an hour later, we have clean, nice-smelling clothes. That takes up a lot of water that we prefer not to think about. Sanyo’s Aqua washing machine aims to do all those functions with the added bonus of using much less water.

Going beyond the difficult-to-accept notion of visit our site buy levitra generic using plastic chips to beat the clothes clean, The Aqua Loop water-saving technology uses 96% less water than an equivalent Sanyo washer from just a decade ago, while still working like a washing machine. The three-in-one machine not only washes but also dries clothes and recycles water. Manager Koji Nobuchi says the how to buy cialis new Sanyo machines were designed to viagra equivalent recognize the global wastewater management problem. The machine doesn’t need water to sterilize or deodorize clothes and recycles bath water, using a filtration system.

The drum-style machines converts air to ozone to eliminate bacteria and odor, a process previously used only in commercial washing machines like those in hospitals with ozone-generating machines. But Sanyo is now packaging the technology for household use. Water is purified using a recycling process. The ozone washes away bacteria, which can lead to smells, and dirt.

“By making a washing machine that can reuse bathwater and recycle it in Japan, customers not only save on their water bills, but they save water than needs to be used for drinking,” says Sanyo spokesman Aaron Fowles in an article published in Digital World Tokyo last month. “[T]hat type of water makes up less than one per cent of the Earth’s water supply.”

The machine is buy fioricet only available now in Japan and Taiwan, but the company hopes to eventually enter the U.S. and European market. The only washer we’ve heard of that sounds as interesting is one that doesn’t use detergent. Here’s a demonstration of how Sanyo’s water-saver works.

Via GoodCleanTech, TechJapan

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Hmm, interesting
written by Clinch, September 03, 2008
I wonder how this compares to the plastic-chip, and detergent-less washing machine, not just in terms of water, but power consumption, wash time, performance on stubborn stains, etc.
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Questions
written by Andrew, September 03, 2008
Isn't ozone a pollutant that's harmful to people and animals? What happens to the ozone after the wash? As for the cheapest propecia in uk comparison to the detergentless washer, there are plenty of phosphate free and biodegradable detergents on the market, saving water is the more important development by far.
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written by Ozone, September 03, 2008
Ozone is actually quite an unstable compound...
I don't think there would be more ozone left on generic viagra online the clothes after the "wash" than there is around after a nice strong spring rain.
What I'm concerned with is what it would do to the colours and levitra online store the fibres, because since you would have to have enough of we choice buying viagra online it to davenportinstitute.com KILL bacteria by OXYDIZING them, I'm not sure how it would not oxydize and destroy the pigments and possibly the garments themselves...
I'd opt for the detergentless washer from what I know by now...
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written by Ozone, September 03, 2008
Ozone is actually quite an unstable compound...
I don't think there would be more ozone left on the clothes after the "wash" than there is around after a nice strong spring rain.
What I'm concerned with is what it would do to the colours and the fibres, because since you would have to have enough of it to KILL bacteria by OXYDIZING them, I'm not sure how it would not oxydize and destroy the pigments and possibly the garments themselves...
using it on anything other than white clothes would probably make those white too :D
I'd opt for the detergentless washer from what I know by now...
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written by Ozone, September 03, 2008
probably, "washing" anything then PURE WHITE stuff with this would make the stuff itself pure white after a few times LOL
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Let's combine wasH2O and Ozone water cle
written by Wouter, September 05, 2008
Just an idea: maybe when you combine the two systems of the wasH2O and the Ozone washer it might give a win-win situation.

The idea is like this:
Use the cheap levitra from uk wasH2O to wash the clothing, so you have no color degredation. Afther that create Ozone (not in the same space as the clothing) clean the water, so you can recycle the water.

This might give you the advantages of the wasH20 washing and the the same water reduction (and recycling) of the use of Ozone; saving environment and usage costs.
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Ozone for purifying water, not washing c
written by Magda, September 19, 2008
There is more explanation of the process on p.13 https://www.sanyo.co.jp/environment/en/pdf/pdf_data/kan2006_e.pdf

The ozone is enter site buy cialis no prescription mainly for recycling rinse water, although the tramadol no rx visa only cleaning process also depends on spraying ozone onto clothes. The machine using "only" 50 l of water means it's a washer-drier as some standard washing machines already use less water than that.

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