Dais Analytic Corporation
11552 Prosperous Drive
Odessa, FL 33556
Web Site: http://www.daisanalytic.com/
ConServ Web Site: http://www.conserv.com/
Dais Analytic Corporation operates as a nanotechnology polymer materials company. It offers polymer platforms that primarily include ConsERV, an heating, ventilation, and air conditioning product that saves energy. The company's polymer platform also has applications in homeland security, marine paints and coatings, and water desalination. Dais Analytic was incorporated in 1993 and is based in Odessa, Florida.
All Dais applications utilize the company's breakthrough polymer technology. Drawing from the same family of polymer plastics, Dais has designed superior products that address heating & cooling, water and energy needs.
- ConsERV™ & NanoAir™ HVAC products create a new generation of heating/cooling equipment, eliminating emissions from fluorocarbon refrigerant (CFC/HCFC) commonly used in HVAC and refrigeration. ConsERV™ & NanoAir™ HVAC present the opportunities for market leadership with breakthrough technology. Dais' value proposition for the ConsERV™ & NanoAir™ HVAC applications is the ability to deliver improved heating, cooling, and refrigeration energy efficiencies while reducing the associated carbon footprint by more than 50%.
- NanoClear™ clean water systems revolutionize water desalination and wastewater treatment with an eco-friendly, affordable, and simple process. This process is scalable to almost any size. Commercially available Dais nano-materials have the control and selectivity to remove virtually any substance, providing affordable, abundant, and energy-efficient clean water.
- NanoCap™ ultracapacitors offer the potential of an energy storage unit capable of replacing the internal combustion engine. This ultracapacitor can dramatically improve power delivery in both consumer electronics and in a "smart grid" power transmission. With the advent of an energy storage device scalable for small or large projects, electricity from intermittent electricity generators like solar panels and wind turbines could be stored on an individual, community, or societal level. Such storage would allow the steady and predictable release of renewable electricity into the grid, greatly advancing electricity delivery.
- Energy Storage
Based on initial material tests conducted by General Electric's Global Research and Development Center in 2008, and the University of Florida in 2010 and 2011, we believe that by applying a combination of our nano-material in a process which exercises key attributes of the material's properties, we may be able to construct an energy storage device akin to an ultracapacitor. An ultracapacitor is a device which stores energy similar to a battery but in this case with projected increases in energy density and lifetimes. We call this application NanoCap™. We believe the key application for NanoCap™ would be in transportation. We signed a research agreement with the University of Florida to conduct materials testing for the time period from July 2010 through September 2011. Although very early in the development path, preliminary results obtained in research by both GE and the University of Florida suggest that a NanoCap™ ultracapacitor, if fully developed, may possess an energy density comparable to that of gasoline.