WHAT IS AQUATRON (TM)
- An AQUATRON (TM) FPSTAR plant is a completely automatic computer controlled multi-stage system that is totally ‘plug and play’.
- Only one operator is required to start and stop the plant and occasionally check the quality of output water.
- One time setting of all process parameters will ensure trouble free operation.
- There are no chemicals added, so effectively there are no consumables except electricity for its operation
- The control rod of the reactor has to be replaced every 5000 hours of operation. The control rod is an expensive replacement.
Fine Particle Shortwave Thrombolytic Agglomeration Reactor (FPSAR) Technology
- Particles finer than 0.1 μm (10-7m) in water remain continuously in motion
- This is due to electrostatic charge (often negative) which causes them to repel each other
- FPSTAR uses a special technique that induces metacomplex ionization and shortwave bombardment, simultaneously causing flow turbulence
- This strips (neutralizes) their electrostatic charge
- The finer particles start to collide and agglomerate (combine together) under the influence of Vander Waals’s forces
- These larger and heavier particles are called Thrombus (clots)
- The process is called as Fine Particle Thrombo- Agglomeration Reaction
FPSAR TECHNOLOGY MECHANISM
- FPSTAR reactor mimics a similar mechanism, found in nature
- Fine particles in liquids behave in the same way as the fibrinogen in the blood, with a ‘sticky’ portion at the center and a negative charge as shown in the diagram above
- The charge here is clipped off by applying high intensity shortwaves through a specialized system of surfaces called Curdiliser
- The Inner vessel of the reactor ( Reactor Core) consists of the Curdiliser
- Curdiliser is made up of cylindrical structures made up of complex alloys consisting of Aluminum Magnesium Zinc Copper Manganese Titanium Aluminum, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, and sometimes even Platinum, Iridium, Silver and Gold, depending on the particle composition and the waste water to be recovered
- The water to be treated will be pulse fed to the Reactor Core, with a suitable pulsating pump
- Flow turbulence is caused by a second pump called the Turbuliser
MECHANISM OF ACTION
- High energy shortwave Resonance of different frequencies is delivered to these structures, depending on the composition of the waste water
- They form soluble monomeric and polymeric hydroxo- complexes
- Metacomplexes formed depend on the type of alloy chosen for a particular characteristic of the particles that needs to be clotted
- These Metacomplexes are the ones that stick together, beginning the formation of clots, like the fibrins in the blood
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