TECHSAVE

// WHO WE ARE

// WHAT WE DO

// HOW WE DO IT

WHO WE ARE

The Techsave concept has made it possible to repair liquid damaged smartphones and laptops. Until now, this has been a manual process with questionable results.

Now, Techsave has made it possible to save 80% of all liquid damaged devices in an environmentally friendly way.

2007: ESTABLISHED

The technology is developed as a manual process.

2007: FIRST PARTNERSHIP

Insurance companies team up with Techsave (IF, Gjensidige, Tryg, AIG etc. )

2014: DEVELOPMENT

Development of the automatic process begins.

2016: LAUNCH

Fully automatic and patented Techsave machine is introduced.

2017: GO TO MARKET

Techsave is now represented in the first markets in Europe.

2020: WE GO GREEN

We operate in the most sustainable way possible.

In 2007 our founder Jonas Tedde developed a process for cleaning liquid damaged laptops. For years, Jonas worked as computer technician and had found a way to save sod damaged devices. With this knowledge in hand he began developing a Manuel process for cleaning devices. He initially had a success rate of 30% – which was 30% more than his competitors.

The first Techsave process was a 9-meter-long manual process with several different baths and a converted bicycle shed that worked as a drying cabinet. With the help of investors the process became fully automatic and instead of taking 5 days to complete, it now only takes 3.5 hours to save liquid damaged devices.

WHAT WE DO

Three words are the backbone of our concept, technology and what we do.

Reduce

We REDUCE the amount of e-scrap and the negative impacts from the production of new devices. We do this by saving liquid damaged smartphones and laptops that previously ended up as scrap.

Reuse

We make it possible to REUSE liquid damaged smartphones and laptops. With the Techsave process it becomes possible to use the devices again or to save liquid damaged parts that can be used by the refurbish industry.

Recycle

We RECYCLE the few devices that are damaged beyond repair in the most sustainable way possible. In this way, undamaged parts can be used for new devices or turned into raw materials that can be used for new products.

HOW WE DO IT

STOPS AND REMOVES CORROSION

Liquids cause corrosion on the components in the device. Our technology stops and removes the corrosion which makes it possible to use the device as before the accident.

SAVES YOUR DATA

When a device is saved by the Techsave technology, it is possible to access all data on the devices – even the data that has not been backed up by cloud services.

HIGH SUCCESSRATE

Our success rate is unmatched in the industry and is at least 80% on laptops and 75% on smartphones.

Some devices need a small sparepart change – but even if that is the case a cleaning is still cheaper and better for the environment than buying a new device.

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TESTED AND APPROVED

Our technology is tested and approved by the Danish Technological Institute, DTI. Every three months they test our technology and they have yet to find any corrosion in the cleaned devices.

PROVEN TRACK RECORD

We have cleaned more than 25,000 devices, we are represented across Europe and work with the largest insurance companies.

 

HAPPY CUSTOMERS

Whether you are a repair center, insurance company or retailer, you will experience an increase in your customer satisfaction rate when being able to save your customers’ devices from liquid damage.

WE ONLY USE...

… water, ecolabelled soap, ultra sonic and vacuum. We have spent years finetuning the process which means that our technology is unique and unmatched.

 

 

CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS

We certify all partner technicians who are working the Techsave technology. After their training they are able to screen, clean and repair liquid damages.

USING THE MACHINE

The Techsave machine can be installed in repair centers all over the world. Measuring 80 x 120 cm and weighing approx. 550 kg the machine fits into most repair centers. After a thorough training in screening devices, disassembly and testing, the machine can be operated by the push of a button.

Danish patent (DK179189B1) and patent pending in Europe (17735382.8) and USA (16/314,908)

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