Vortex Water Systems

Vortex Water Systems

This is not new technology. It has been around for centuries. The Greeks first used it around 2000BC.

This is not a water softener. Nor is it Magic. This is: State-of-the-art Water Treatment for Rural or City applications.

Used for Many Applications - Residential, Agricultural, Commercial, and Industrial.

Benefits:

* A better tasting water.
* No more ugly stains on shower    walls and toilets.
* White clothes can be white again.
* Less soap and detergent required in    the laundry and dishwasher.
* Hard water spots and deposits    easier to clean - less chemicals    required to remove.
* Will not harm septic systems

 

 

Research and development of vortex water systems for rural private wells has been conducted in the field since 1998. Lab experiments and research are conducted in Malmo, Sweden by a team of researchers. Hundreds of systems are in operation in the United States, ranging in application from private wells to apartment buildings and mobile home parks. The systems are designed to require little to no scheduled maintenance. The nature of the problem water defines system design, which can be modified to achieve desired results. Field experience and lab experiments have provided positive results in the eradication of E.coli, algae, fungus, molds, anaerobic bacteria, coliform, cryptosporidium, and legionella. The vortex process places bacteria and viruses under high pressure (hydrocyclones) followed by a vacuum, which causes them to disintegrate.

 


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One such is Dan Reese, who developed Vortex Water Systems in Texas, inspired by reading Alexandersson's Living Water. They are designed to solve the increasing problem of pollution of wells in the American South, by unwanted salts and minerals, and to restructure the water so that it feels smooth, uses less soap and tastes pure. The Vortex system has no moving parts or filters, does not use chemicals and is driven only by the force of the well pump. It was found that the system could be expanded to service as many as 76 homes from one well. A system is now being tested for removing mineral salts from a salt intrusion well, and a larger farm system to help with the problem of cotton rot and to use less water to grow the same amount of crops. These will be major breakthroughs for the industry.

 


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--- Curt Hallberg <[email protected]

The last two years I have been working with water purifyers utilising V. S. theories. Mostly it is Dan Reeses Vortex System I have tested and been trying to develop further. This has also lead to other vortex treaters for water.