Wellan Ring 2000 Results
DEMONSTRATION AT MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NY
COOLING TOWER WATER SYSTEM
DECEMBER 2, 2014
Problem: Legionella spikes. Required frequent cooling tower maintenance.
Installation: Installed 3 rings
1 – Condenser Water Supply
2 – one on each of Cooling Tower’s Spray Heads
The Wellan 2000 is a ring-type device which is clamped on the outside of one or more pipes through which the water is flowing.
According to the inventor and the manufacturer, the principle of operation is based on quantum physics, and the principle that each atomic particle in the flowing water gives off a unique, and distinct ‘signature’ frequency pattern (vibrations/oscillations).
The manufacturer in Germany, using a laser and proprietary engineering software technology, imparts a new “active” oscillation for each type of substance in the water or fluid.
The goal of this research project is to evaluate the potential use of the Wellan 2000 water
treatment device to control the formation of mineral scale, metal corrosion and biological
growth in cooling tower water systems used as a means for heat rejection for building
cooling systems at New York City facilities. In the Spring of 2012, the Museum of the
City of New York agreed to allow the installation of this device as a test case for this
project. The Museum uses an open loop cooling tower water system for rejecting heat
from its chilled water system, and prior to the installation of the Wellan 2000 water
treatment devices had used chemical treatment to control scale, corrosion and bacteria
growth buildup as is typically done for cooling tower water systems in most buildings.
The Wellan 2000 is a ring-type device clamped on the outside of one or more pipes
through which the water flows. According to the inventor, Clauss Wagner, the technology
operates based on the principles of quantum physics, and the basis that each atomic
particle in the flowing water gives off a unique, and distinct ‘signature’ frequency pattern
(vibrations). Based in Germany, the manufacturer uses a white laser and proprietary
process technology to impart a new “active” oscillation for each type of substance in the
water whereby this process reportedly prevents bacteria buildup and scale formation on
metal surfaces. The rings are composed of magnesium, aluminum, silicon, and other
metals and are warranted for at least ten years. No internal or external energy source is
required to operate the Wellan rings.
In order to measure the performance of the Wellan rings at the Museum of the City of
New York, DDC retained Kallen & Lemelson to monitor system parameters from April 1,
2012 through July 2014. The results are reported herein.
Please Click on the link below to see Independent 3rd Party Test Results!