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Internal Construction


Internal construction of an Aquapol wall dehydration system

Internally the Aquapol unit is a smart combination of receiving and transmitting antennas, consisting of 3 main parts:

  1. The receiving unit: situated at the bottom of the device, will capture certain wavelength from Earth’s electromagnetic field. This unit is basically a filtering system designed to let through those specific wavelengths which can influence the water's migration inside the wall capillaries, and will filter out everything else.
  2. The polarization unit: is an amplifier, will amplify (polarize) the useful waves.
  3. The transmission unit: will finally project the useful waves onto the surrounding walls, resulting in the cancellation of the capillary forces inside the walls and the dehydration of the masonry within the active range of the device.

Similar to a low power crystal radio, the Aquapol device does not use any conventional electricity for its operation; it will power itself from the energy waves captured through its antenna system.

The devices come in various sizes; their radius of action covers all walls within a range from 50 to over 1000 m2.


The Aquapol systems are manufactured to very high technical standards and they undergo strict quality checks. Please see below some pictures of the manufacturing process.

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