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Home > Press > Nanospire’s Cavitation Re-Entrant Jets Useful in Micro-Nano Fabrication

Abstract:
Nanospire has announced that its investigative study on fusion created by cavitation in water has come to an end. The company has been working on high speed cavitation re-entrant jets and has acquired four patents recently.

Nanospire’s Cavitation Re-Entrant Jets Useful in Micro-Nano Fabrication

Buxton, ME | Posted on February 22nd, 2012

This technology can be used in sectors such as photovoltaics, microsurgery, targeted delivery of drugs, micro/nano fabrication and low cost extraction of algae for biodiesel production.

The founder and CEO of Nanospire, Mr. Mark. L. LeClair examined the cavitation machining for jets in early 2004. He found a crystalline form of water created by cavitation. The faceted jets had enormous electrostatic charge. By applying electrostatic charge, the crystalline jets etched lengthy semi hexagonal trenches which resulted in increased removal of substances.

The crystals were accelerated due to their attraction towards the supersonic bow shock produced by the Casimir Force. This acceleration resulted in the relativistic speeds of crystals in extremely short distances. This phenomenon was called the LeClair effect. High elemental transmutation was witnessed due to the bow shock.

Using the patented LeClair effect, Mark LeClair produced a cavitation reactor in March, 2007. A hot water heater was a result of the experiments carried out during mid-2009, funded by a low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) advocate. Mark LeClair along with Serge Lebid, co-founder of EVP and Five Star Technologies, found that the reactor activated high transmutation, fission and fusion in water. The reactor heated 2.9kW of water by utilizing 840W of input. The output was 3.4 times higher than the input. While passing through the reactor, the temperature of water increased up to 32°F with temperature spikes of 50°F. The experiment was repeated 12 times.

Dr. Edmund Storms, the LENR researcher, and U. Maine Orono (UMO), Media Sciences of Oakland in New Jersey, conducted the elemental analysis on the transmuted substances.The results from XPS analysis showed that the glassy coating found on the reactor cores was diamond. Thirty four elements including carbon to polonium were identified using SEM analysis. The mass spectroscopy analysis conducted on these samples by Shiva technologies in New York, showed 78 elements including lithium to californium and 108 isotopes from 7Li to 249Cf.

The findings of the study are expected to help solve natural resource and energy issues. This cost-effective technology can be used for industrial production of hot water at large scales for commercial and residential purposes.

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About NanoSpire Inc.
NanoSpire, Inc. is an IP holding company founded in January 2002, to commercialize a new generation of cavitation reentrant jet-based tools and processes. NanoSpire provides the first machine tool capable of cutting, drilling, welding, hammering, and annealing materials only a few nanometers in size by harnessing cavitation microjets. NanoSpire has developed the next generation of high-shear mixer based on its patented technology. NanoSpire has also developed several advanced technologies for energy production.

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Contacts:
Mark L. LeClair
Founder
President and CEO

Phone: 207.929.6226

Serge Lebid
Co-Founder
Executive VP

Phone: 239.470.1996

Mailing Address
NanoSpire Inc.
25 Jesse Daniel Drive
Buxton, ME 04093-6565

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