AARRP: Origins

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When I first thought about the challenge for saving our water and at first I came to the conclusion that this is such a difficult task, that it was impossible. So like everyone else, I never really thought there was a solution that had been developed or that could be.

So… in 2014, I met a man at the World Oil Congress in Edmonton, who claimed to have invented a fusion device that would put the Oil & Gas Industry out of business. He needed money to test his machine, money I do not have. I expressed some interest and met with the man and he gave me some websites to look at and study.

After following this path I was re-introduced to the great German thinkers that I had studied at University. After re-visiting the material and what became apparent that the theories of endothermic reaction of water and it’s ability act as a disinfectant for water had validity and that Schauberger was on to something.

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Schauberger Vortex

My experience with water comes as a Salesmen for Instrumentation for the measuring of “Water in oil” and measuring “Oil in water”.  The devices I sold are the latest and greatest in Oil & Water Measurement.

The first product was known as a “Water Cut Meter” and involved the latest in microwave technology in the measurement of “Water in Oil” through a milliamp out-put which is measureable in %. This product being more accurate than a capacitance probe uses a higher technology that the simple capacitor method. This could be adapted into manifold systems for emulsion measurements in de-salters or other pressure vessels.

The second being a “Oil in Water Monitor”, which uses UV light to measure the reflected light of a hydrocarbon, the glow of the hydrocarbon is different and recognizable for the different hydrocarbons. (Butane looks like Butane). With the addition of a mass spectrometer to the machine and the accuracy is (PPB) accurate way of measuring how much oil you have in your water.

This device was made for Offshore platforms in the North Sea and has many stringent discharge regulations pertaining to dumping of processed water overboard. Even the slightest oil slick on the water is grounds for heavy fines. As a course of business these machines are hooked up to PLC and 3 way valves on every oil platform in the North Sea, so in the water discharge treatment process any water that doesn’t meet the standard is automatically sent back to the start of the process to avoid any illegal discharge.

In the development of their program the manufacturer experienced a strange phantom reading that was first diagnosed as a software issue. Well that was proven not to be the problem so then they started to go over everything in the program and they had overlooked the fact the most organic matter had a similar UV Reflection.

This phantom reflection turned out to be plankton in the sea water that was reflecting the UV light and causing the anomaly. The solution was easy; calibrate the organic matter into the machine and then tell the computer to ignore the plankton.

I was most interested in this application which could be to catalogue and measure organic matter in our water. We can test most organisms found in our Lakes and Rivers, calibrate them and have the ability to test on the spot the for water quality and organic matter found in our waterways. Our program uses this technology to do pre and post measurements to ensure positive results.

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Upon a careful study of Schauberger and the problems we are facing Alberta’s lakes and rivers; I came to the conclusion with his new paradigm in thinking about “Living Water”, made so much sense. His observations about water stratification and subsequent depleted dissolved oxygen levels in shallow, non-well fed lakes cannot be denied.

Currently there are 22 major lakes that suffer from extreme Cyanobacteria levels (Blue-Green Algae) in Alberta alone.

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For the Oil and Gas Industry and other Petro/Chemical applications; the Oloid 400X is the perfect economic solution to water freeze-up situations. (W/ heat tracing; – Class 1; Division 1 or Class 1; Division 2 units –  submersible units with bottom mounts; with or without solar)

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Keep open water where necessary.

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System with “Bottom Unit” and “Surface Units”