Frequency Technologies are fundamentally new methods of desalination and purification of water streams, which have significant economic, environmental and other advantages over existing traditional methods. This is a purely physical method in which the principle of excitation of liquid molecules in a frequency field is used.
As a result of the action on the water streams at the plant outlet, pure water of a given desalination level, salt and solid insoluble slags are obtained. It can be absolutely certain that there are no purification directions where frequency methods are inferior to traditional methods, on the contrary, in addition to desalination of salt water from marine and oceanic world resources, additional directions for their use can be found (for example, obtaining potable water from highly saline sources, Solid industrial and household waste, destruction of liquid toxic waste, etc.
Range of applications
Preparation of drinking water One of the stages of development is the destruction of the pathogenic microflora. Traditionally, for this purpose chlorination is used by ozonation and other methods. Chlorine itself and organochlorine compounds are harmful to the body. Ozonation is less harmful, but excessive levels of ozone in water are also not desirable. With frequency technology, microflora and other organic impurities are destroyed by electromagnetic fields,
strengths, ultra-high temperatures and pressure are created, due to which the level of residual microflora is reduced to zero, and significantly exceeds the arameters of the best traditional methods, including boiling water. In this case, no intermediate compounds are formed. If drinking water uses water with a high level of salts and other inorganic compounds, then with the help of frequency technologies their level is brought to the set standard. The level of contamination with heavy metals and heavy metal salts can be significantly reduced.
Creating drainage systems of urban water supply systems.
Frequency technologies are suitable for creating nanotechnology in waste water treatment systems for any city. The level of operating costs for preparing 1m3 of water is much lower than when chlorinated, not to mention ozonation; The number of attendants is several times smaller than with the traditional method; A small area, and accordingly, significantly less capital costs. In these cases, there is no need to build an water treatment systems, it is more convenient and more profitable to create stations for a district, a micro district, a separate complex of houses. All this reduces the cost of drinking water. The scheme of nanofiltration in water supply systems, repair, maintenance is radically changed, and safety and hygiene are increased. This is especially important in case of epidemics and man-made and natural disasters.
Movable complexes for the preparation of drinking water.
Frequency technologies are suitable for creating mobile water preparation systems. Movable drinking water preparation complexes are extremely necessary for military units, when working in the field, in case of floods, earthquakes, epidemics, accidents at nuclear plants, chemical plants, where there is no centralized water supply system network. The raw material for the preparation of water can be water with a high level of contamination, both bacterial and contamination with chemicals and radionuclides.
Softening and desalting of water for thermal and nuclear power plants.
The introduction of non-reactive frequency technologies for recharging heating systems and preparing water for boilers of power units will allow to exclude the use of reagent farming, storage, preparation of reagent solutions, maintenance and repair of tank farms and pumps. This reduces the cost of nanotechnology in waste water treatment systems several times. The experience of foreign stations has shown that when using ultra pure water, the corrosion rate decreases by 10-15 times. Thus, as a result of the application of Frequency Technology, only freshened water can be obtained by purely physical methods, using a variety of easily accessible sources including underground ones, contaminated and saline. “Cold” processes occurring during desalination, the absence of emissions of associated products, processing ensures high environmental safety.
Justification of the need to develop the production of desalination plants
Every third citizen of the world lacks water, or it is of poor quality, 2.3 billion people live in countries that are constantly experiencing water shortages (data of the World Health Organization). According to the Institute of World Resources, in the most difficult situation is the country: Kuwait, where per capita there are only 11m3 of water, Egypt – 43m3 and the United Arab Emirates – 64m3. As pointed out by the World Water Council, residents of poor countries pay for drinking water 12 bases more than residents of the “rich”. The lack of water annually causes the death of 3.4 million people. All these problems can be solved by highly efficient, reliable, affordable and environmentally friendly desalination plants, the demand for which exceeds supply.
The technology offered by us (protected by the Russian patent Ru 2112578) does not require large energy costs for evaporation of water, as in existing world technologies, provides a high level of environmental friendliness (thanks to the use of new “cold” technologies for desalination). Small size (2m x 0,5m) and high capacity (400m3 / hour – 9600m3 / day) can significantly expand the consumer water market and meet a considerable demand for both the installation itself and the product they receive.
The state of the consumer market
Drinking water is the subject of business. Analysts of the magazine “Fortune” believe that the profit of companies engaged in the sale of fresh water, now reaches 40% of profits of oil companies, exceeds the profit of the pharmaceutical industry and today it reaches 1 trillion. USD per year. At the same time, only 5% of the world’s water resources are now in private hands. The world market of drinking water controls 10 large corporations. The water sales industry is one of the fastest growing in the world. For example, in 2001. More than 90 billion liters of water were sold in the world. Among the industrialized countries, the most expensive water in Germany, the cheapest in Canada. The company Watertech has calculated the average cost of 1m3 of water. In Germany, 1m3 of water costs $ 1.91, in France $ 1.23, in Italy $ 0.76, in the US $ 0.51, and in Canada $ 0.40. 6. Brief description of the plant and process of desalination Universal Centrifugal Plant is designed for desalination and purification of sea, river and groundwater. The process of separation of impurities from a liquid medium is based on the vacuum-vortex principle and is a system in which the separation of a mixture into a pure solvent and a residue is organized, due to the distribution of the molecules of the components entering into it according to their frequencies. The productivity is 400m3 – 1500m3. Specific energy costs during the operation of the unit in the nominal operating mode: The hydrodynamic regime is 0.5 kW / hr / m3; The magnetodynamic regime is 0.6 kW / hr / m3. Overall dimensions, mm): The productivity is 0,5 m3 / hour (45x45x45) Performance – 750m3 / hour (1600x1600x1600), Weight – 450kg, The diameter is 600mm.
- Structure of the water treatment system:
- Mechanical unit with an evaporation chamber and a system for maintaining the heat balance of liquids.
- The vortex block. Automatic frequency tuning unit for high-speed vortex pump drive.
- Remote control and monitoring of the main parameters of the installation.
- An air-cushioned engine or an electromagnetic filter.
To estimate the parameters of the installation with different nominal capacities, the following data can be used: if the overall dimensions are changed by a factor of two, the performance changes fourfold, and the mass changes eightfold. The main advantages of the new method over other known technologies of desalination:
- High, in comparison with other methods, the degree of purification from microparticles.
- High degree of desalination of water flow (to distillate)
- Absence of costs of materials (reagents, filtering materials, etc.) and energy carriers (oil, gas, radioactive materials).
- Low energy costs (0.5 kW / h per m3).
- Small dimensions of the installation.
- Low initial costs (does not require the construction of capital special facilities).
- The cost price of manufacturing is much less than the cost of known Samples
- It does not require huge premises and alienation of the land for it.
- High level of ecological safety (an intermediate environmentally hazardous product is not created and not released into the atmosphere, the contaminated product does not accumulate in the soil, etc.).
- High level of reliability and control.
- Productivity (from 50m3 / hour to 1500m3 / hour) significantly exceeds the possibilities of obtaining desalinated water by other methods.
- Absence of moving parts.