Crops respond very favorably to vitalized water. Over the past two years, Dúnedain has experimented with varying “flavors” of high-powered water while refining our methodology. We have found a correlation between increased water voltage and plant biomass / nutrient density. As a result, we have developed several products geared for the agricultural industry. Two in particular are the Impeller-Vitalizer and the Gravity-Vitalizer.
The Impeller-Vitalizer can output hundreds of gallons of high voltage water per day. We have several models built as working prototypes. All single vortex chambers, they range in size starting at 4” diameter up to 12” diameter. They are powered by a DC motor with speed controllers and recirculating pumps. This is a great B2B and B2C product for small businesses and individual consumers. Multiple vitalizers can be in operation to increase output. The Impeller-Vitalizer has the capacity to increase the voltage of water by up to 4x in just 5-min.
The Gravity-Vitalizer with inline carbon filter is a perfect B2C product for small scale home growers: small businesses, individual consumers, hydroponic systems, and small indoor/outdoor gardens and house plants. Water is recirculated in double vortex chambers using a 12v DC pump. Multiple vitalizers can be utilized to increase output with practically zero maintenance. This product is also perfect to provide drinking water for animals.
Dúnedain can provide sustainable energy and filtration solutions by exploiting water’s naturally occurring exclusion zone. Normal EZ water exhibits approximately 200 mV (millivolts). When water is vitalized that voltage is significantly increased. To date Dúnedain has achieved 487 mV in fresh water using our natural vitalization process. By combining EZ formation and vitalized water we can provide sustainable filtration and desalination technologies.
Experiments have successfully proven the ability to first consistently separate the filtered (H₃O₂) water from unfiltered (H₂O) water, then extract that filtered water. Three specific methods have been designed for water separation/filtration:
Normally, an exclusion zone is difficult to form in salt water. However, if the ocean water is first vitalized, exclusion zones have been able to form. We have recorded over 500 mV in vitalized ocean water. This is a very important step indicating desalination can be performed with this technology very efficiently.
Water holds tremendous energy. By combining vitalization methods and EZ formation this energy can be harnessed.
Classic electrolysis splits the H₂O molecule into hydrogen and oxygen gases. The oxygen is usually discarded, the hydrogen is a highly sought after renewable fuel source. When electrolysis is performed using vitalized water efficiency is increased by 24%. This implies a market for classic electrolysis when using a vitalizer device.
Modifications can be made to classic electrolysis techniques which could significantly enhance hydrogen production. These include new types of electrode material and energy input manipulation. This, combined with using vitalized water as the electrolysis source, will further enhance efficiency in producing hydrogen.
Most water sources, including ocean water, can be used to exploit a naturally forming exclusion zone in water to generate voltage. Light is transforming H₂O into H₃O₂ continually, generating electricity. When this water is vitalized the voltage is essentially doubled. This is an excellent source of renewable energy.
The purpose of the water battery is to provide clean energy in the form of electricity. Proof of concept experiments have shown we can produce over 400 mV in only 2 ml water. Several vials wired together in series increases the voltage: 2 vials = ~800 mV, 3 vials = ~1200 mV, etc. A much smaller and more efficient design would allow a significant voltage available in a small container - possibly similar to a 12 volt car battery: same volume, much higher voltage.
Dúnedain has two water battery designs we would like to develop. The first addresses basic concepts: feasibility, water types and radiant energy available. The second addresses efficiency and scalability.