CHATSWORTH, CA, June 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire – Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (“CVAT” or the “Company”) (OTCQB: CVAT) received two purchase orders for its low-pressure Nano Reactor® System (LPN) from Mexico for chemical refining of vegetable oils, and the Company anticipates it will receive two additional orders from India in the current quarter.
Mr. Roman Gordon, CVAT’s Global Technology Manager, stated: “We are continuously expanding our technology in edible vegetable oil refining, which provides attractive economics that will enable us to maximize returns for our shareholders. We expect to have additional system installations completed in the US and internationally in the coming months.”
The LPN multistage Nano Reactor® is designed to achieve an improved performance over conventional technologies and covers a wide range of applications in processing large volumes of fluids. In vegetable oil refining, the LPN technology offers an enhanced performance, lowered operating expenses, reduced environmental impact, exceptional oil quality, improved shelf life, and reduction of up to 90% of the harsh chemicals used in conventional edible vegetable oil refining processes.
In addition to chemical refining of vegetable oils, CVAT’s technology is applicable to food and beverages, water, pharmaceutical and medical cannabis, coatings and fuels.
About Cavitation Technologies, Inc.
Founded in 2007, Cavitation Technologies designs and manufactures innovative flow-through devices and systems, as well as develops processing technologies for use in edible oil refining, renewable fuel production, water treatment, and alcoholic beverage enhancement. The Company’s patented Nano Reactor® systems and various technologies have over 40 patents issued and filed both domestically and abroad. https://www.cvatinfo.com/
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