Title: Apparatus For Generating A Multi-Vibrational Field This electromagnetic (not magnets) device is primarily used to treat water reducing or completely eliminating the need for softeners in homes and businesses and chemicals in water-towers.
Posted by Michael Brown under Green Energy
I am a co-inventor listed on US Patent 8,477,003,B2 dated July 2, 2013. I am looking to sell my interest in this patent. This patent is worth millions of dollars a year to the right company or corporation with the ability of sales, marketing, manufacturing and distribution.
The multi-vibrational fields of this electromagnetic device/apparatus are independent, but, also work synergistically in many applications including eliminating calcium build-up in pipes, reducing soap usage in laundry, reducing salt usage in water-softeners, reducing chlorine use in pools, inhibiting algae growth, increasing water clarity, restructuring or inhibiting nitrates, restructuring or inhibiting tannins, restructuring or inhibiting calcium salts and other minerals, treating pain, treating inflammation, enhancing after-surgery healing, and improving circulation in treated areas of animals and humans. In addition, minerals contained in water exposed to this device becomes more biologically available to both plants and animals.
Under the law co-inventors are not under any obligation to each other. Each co-inventor is equally free to pursue any avenue this patent may present without regard to notice or remuneration to the other.
The other co-inventor on this patent has secured small investors and a small sales force. Over the past couple of years they have introduced this device and secured as customers some large corporations, cities and churches. Interest from both animal and human medical practitioners is beginning to increase as well.
For additional information on the device and to get an idea of the competition I recommend going to their website: http://www.positivewatertechnologies.com/
Also, you may wish to contact Dr. Peter Fox at Arizona State University. He has done testing and analysis of this device over the last couple of years. His email at the university is: Peter.Fox@asu.edu His university webpage is: https://webapp4.asu.edu/directory/person/20127