AVANTech Opens 120,000 Square Foot Manufacturing Center in Columbia
Columbia, SC - April 8, 2015 - AVANTech, a radioactive and industrial water treatment solutions provider that is one
of South Carolina's fastest growing companies, today opened a new 120,000 square foot manufacturing facility and
corporate headquarters in Columbia. The new headquarters is located south of I-77 on 2050 American Italian Way.
Founded in 1999, AVANTech's engineering and process systems dramatically improve operations in industrial, commercial,
power, and nuclear power applications. The company also developed and manufactured a unique patent pending water
treatment system instrumental in cleanup and recovery efforts at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear station,
damaged in the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami. Read
See you at EPRI
AVANTech and DTS look forward to seeing you at the EPRI International Low-Level Waste Conference,
held June 15-18, 2015 at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando, Orlando, Florida
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DTS has been using its Solids Collection Filter (SCF) at BWRs
to support suppression pool/torus diving and desludging activities. A robotic crawler (pictured here)
can also be combined with the SCF for desludging equipment pits and sumps. A high-pressure
spray on the underside of the crawler easily removes stubborn film from metal surfaces,
and dislodges debris from crevices and drains.
DrumDryer Shipped to Mexico
DTS/AVANTech shipped an automated state-of-the-art DrumDryer to Laguna Verde NPP in Mexico.
The DrumDryer™ has an evaporate capacity of 120 gpd with an automatic fill, remote drum
placement / removal and remote operation. The equipment was highly shielded and designed for
unattended operation accept during drum changing operations.
This is the 15th DrumDryer to be placed into service at a nuclear plant
Fukushima NPP (Japan)
DTS / AVANTech continues to support cleanup activities at Fukushima. DTS is currently
supplying filtration liners to Kurion to support cleanup of the strontium tank farm.
Exclusively from DTS ...
Advanced Polymer Solidification (APS)
Stabilizes Class B & C Waste
NRC-approved filter encapsulation
No waste volume increase
Boric Acid Recovery System (BARS)
Removes silica from primary and
Recovers Boric Acid cost effectively
DrumDryer (DD) System
Dries RO reject to solids
Dries sludges and difficult laundry
water concentrates, to solids
Refills automatically, operates
More durable, less costly
More recycle capability
Serveral options available
Radwaste Reverse Osmosis (RWRO)
Polishes LRW to decrease
Minimizes resin use
Minimizes RO concentrates
Solid Collection Filter (SCF)
Collects solids right in the disposal
Eliminates costly steps for solids
separation, reduces waste handling
contamination & personnel
Tubular UltraFiltration (TUF)
Filters to <0.05 microns
Removes 100% TSS, all
Protects RO membranes, IX beds
No chemical cleaning