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Working principle of the Aquapol system

Working Principle

To understand how the Aquapol system works, some basic understanding of certain physical phenomena is required. For easier understanding of the key concepts, the explanations in this section have been deliberately kept simple and the complex scientific terminology has been simplified.

Molecular charges

Most building materials — including brick, cement, sand, quartz, granite, sandstone, clay, glass etc. — are silicate based, consisting mainly of silicon and oxygen. Due to their molecular structure (one silicon atom  surrounded by several negatively charged oxygen atoms), building materials have a negative surface charge. (–)

Water (H2O), is a two-pole molecule, with one negative (the O) and one positive (H2+) side. This structural arrangement makes water molecules behave like tiny liquid magnets which can be influenced by external fields.

Capillary attraction

When in nature building materials come in contact with water, an attraction will take place between them along the contact surface. The negative (–) wall surface will attract the positive (+) hydrogen atoms from water, and overcoming gravity, this attraction (adhesion) makes water rise inside the capillaries. (Fig. BEFORE)

The Aquapol effect

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, making up about 75% of all matter (stars, suns etc.)

Every atom in the universe is in vibration. Discovered by two Harvard scientists in 1951, hydrogen atoms vibrate naturally at a frequency of 1420 Mhz, known as the “hydrogen line” frequency, which is present everywhere.

The Aquapol system captures this frequency, amplifies it and projects it back into the surrounding damp walls. This makes hydrogen atoms along the contact surfaces increasingly vibrate (resonate), until they are “shaken off” the wall surface.

The capillary attraction ceases, gravity takes over and water slowly trickles back into the ground. The masonry gradually becomes dry and remains dry thereafter. (Fig.  AFTER)

The Aquapol system permanently stays on the premises to keep the building dry for decades. It does not affect hydrogen atoms in the household water supply, and has no adverse effect on any living organism or electronic circuitry.

Physical laws behind the Aquapol system

The working principle of the Aquapol system is based on a number of well documented physical laws described in the scientific literature. Here we have referenced the most important physical concepts on which the functioning of the Aquapol system is based.

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