3D printed nozzle with magnets, creating Vortex water, to restructure the water molecules and thus vitalizing the water? Is it actually working? I don't know but there´s lots of info out there claiming so. I designed this nozzle to raise the awareness for our urgent need for pure water on this planet. If this design works... great fun! If you start thinking about how you can contribute in some way... OUTSTANDING :-)
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to be considered medical advice, prescriptive or diagnostic. See your physician for
qualified health care. And I do not claim that this design will work in any special way.
I was inspired by the work of many great inventors and researchers like for instance:
Viktor Schauberger https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Schauberger
Johann Grander https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Grander
Why did it get my attention? Well lots of people claim that the water structure is very important. Like for instance: http://www.fractalfield.com/implodermagneticresearch/LukaszImploderResults.jpg
Also included some interesting youtube videos below.
So I designed this vortex nozzle to be 3D printed... Now anyone can download, 3D print and test if the alleged benefits of "living water" are true or not... (if this design is working that is...)
Made 1/2 inch + 3/4 inch threaded parts so that you can use most adapters and hose connectors (for instance 1/2"-M22x1 for the tap).
Versions with holes can be used for rods/M6 rods as tripod stands in ponds/barrels etc. Alternatively threaded pipes etc can hold the unit directly.
Also possible to add magnets to test restructuring of the water. Perhaps water "remembers" toxins etc and acts like it still is in the water even if filtered out by carbon filters etc. Imagine what that does to the drinking water that circulates back to the tap from the sewers.
Magnets might restructure (reset) the "water molecule clusters" since the H2O molecule has a negative and a positive side. Lots of people are doing research and it looks like the industry successfully uses water treatment that suggests that it´s a fact...
(I will test these magnets: http://www.magnordic.se/shop/gummi-magneter-17x9-7624p.html )
I print without support and do not care about the fact that the parts are not 100% watertight due to the FDM method.
Consider using a FDA-approved material.
If it´s printed in rubber-like material it will perhaps survive running in the pond over winter?
the longer funnel prefer lower flow since the spin is higher.
Use the files in any way you like :)