Ormus Magnetic Vortex Trap Mark II

I 3d printed this Vortex Tube from this file:


I used Magnetic PLA so that makes the entire unit responsive to magnetic fields. Instead of the plastic asting as a insulator, since this PLA has iron in it this makes the makes field penetrate the plastic further, thus making a stronger Ormus Trap in my opinion.

I also added 12 strong magnets, a 3/8in barb adapter and a tube using JB Weld at the joints.

The normal water goes through the 3/8in brass barb end and the trap water comes out he back end through the tube and the regular water goes out the main white end. If you need a different end other than the 3/8 in brass barb leave me a note when you purchase. Standard saize for a garden hose is 3/4in end if that is what you desire to use this for. These are made to order so please allow a little time for me to make it and ship it. 

Ormus Magnetic Vortex Trap Theory:

We believe that the m-state (ORMUS) materials dissolved in water are superconductors which respond to magnetic fields. We have observed that most water, when swirled in the presence of a magnetic field can be separated into two components; a magnetically responsive component and a non-responsive component. Magnetic traps of various designs have been devised to take advantage of this property in order to concentrate a form of the ORMUS elements.

This concentrate tends to be "oilier" than ordinary water, it also tends to be lighter than ordinary water especially when it is moving in relation to magnetic fields. A more detailed look at this theory can be found in my article "Patterns of Motion". 

Vortex Trap

All magnetic traps rely somewhat on vortex effects but this particular trap uses a vortex a bit more actively. The vortex trap uses something called the "vortex tube phenomenon".

Following is a description of the vortex tube phenomenon from the Vortec web site at:


"Vortex Tube Phenomenon

The vortex tube was discovered in 1930 by French physicist Georges Ranque. Vortec was the first company to develop this phenomenon into practical, effective cooling solutions for industrial appliacations. Here's how it works.

Fluid that rotates about an axis -- like a tornado -- is called a vortex. A vortex tube creates a vortex from compressed air and separates it into two air streams -- one hot and one cold. Compressed air enters a cylindrical generator which is proportionately larger than the hot (long) tube where it causes the air to rotate. Then, the rotating air is forced down the inner walls of the hot tube at speeds reaching 1,000,000 rpm. At the end of the hot tube, a small portion of this air exits through a needle valve as hot air exhaust. The remaining air is forced back through the center of the incoming air stream at a slower speed. The heat in the slower moving air is transferred to the faster moving incoming air. This super-cooled air flows through the center of the generator and exits through the cold air exhaust port."

Vortex tubes can also be used to separate oil from water. When oil and water are spun together in a vortex tube the water, being heavier tends to follow the path of the hot air in the example cited above and the oil being lighter follows the cold air path and exits through the cold air exhaust port.

A magnetic ORMUS trap separates the portion of water which is superconducting ORMUS material from that portion which is just plain water. In the example above, the water would follow the hot air path and the ORMUS water would follow the cold air path. This effect is induced by spinning the water in a tube which has magnetic tape or other magnetic structures attached to it. 

Here's a video of my Kitchen sink setup with the Vortex Trap at the end:

Ormus Magnetic Vortex Trap Mark II

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