Nano Coating

Nano coating


In nano coating, the atoms of the base material, copper (Cu) for the most part, are transformed into anon-particles. They form layers on the surface of the base material. A anon-coating can easily contain up to 50,000 individual layers! It is obvious that the formation of these thousands of layers takes time – we are talking about 1-2 months.

Nano particles have a size of 1-100 nm.

1nm=1/1,000,000,000,000,000m = 0.000,000 001m

A nano-particle behaves as an “independent” unit in terms of its conductivity and properties.

There are 3 ways to nano-coat: by caustic, by fire and by plasma.

Nano coating produces layers of copper oxide and graphene*. The production quantity of the latter depends on the composition of the copper and the heat applied. The nano layer has a structure similar to diamonds.
*Graphene is a crystalline two-dimensional material, hexagonal shape of carbon whose stacking constitutes graphite, fullerenes, etc.

Be careful never to touch or place the nano plated parts one on top of the other – a nano plated surface is like a sponge, the slightest pressure crushes the layers!

Never touch the plated material – nano particles are so small that they can easily penetrate the skin.

The nano coating procedure changes the entire inner structure of the piece of basic material. All the atoms inside aligned with the nano layer. Even if the black layer seems to be removed during the manufacture of GaNS, you can still use it for production.

Nano coating by Caustic

The caustic method is the safest way for the nano coating process. The chemical reaction: NaOH + H2O = Na+ OH- +H2O + heat

  1. Wear safety glasses and gloves.
  2. Clean the surface of the copper so that it is free of oxidation, oil, fingerprints, etc. by immersing it in vinegar with a little salt for 15 minutes.
  3. Make the caustic solution of:
    4p NaOH + 1p KOH + 10p demineralized water + 1 piece of the neck of a
    coca-cola bottle + a few strands (!) of plants you love
    The presence of potassium (K) is important because potassium contains 120 ppm (0.012%) of the isotope K40, which is s
    lightly radioactive (plasmatic), and makes the nanoscale coating more effective. Do not use caustic soda containing aluminium (e. g. Drano) for nano coating – this makes coating toxic! Caustic soda is reusable.
  4. Soak the pieces in the caustic solution for 24 hours.
  5. Place a galvanized steel grid (chicken wire mesh) on the bottom of a plastic container with lid. Place the copper pieces on the grid. Alternatively, you can hang them on any type of appropriate support, which keeps them separate (without them touching or touching the bottom of the container).
  6. Pour caustic solution into the bottom of the container; not higher than the grid; remove the objects to be nano plated from the caustic bath and place them on the grid; close the lid
  7. Place the container in a warm place (±37ºC) for 48 hours; an incubator.
  8. Open the cover and apply the voltmeter probes (adjusted to millivolts (mV) at the ends of each nano plated part for about 5 to 10 seconds. This process is called “drawing the current”. This process polarizes the nano-particles so that they point in the same direction. This aligns them for better efficiency as Plasma Superconductors. Repeat the drawing 4-5x/day. After each draw, close the lid of the container.
  9. Transfer the container to a place in nature for 1-2 months so that the nano layers integrate all the natural rays.
  10. When you decide to stop the process, do not immediately open the container. First open a small corner to allow the moisture to gradually evaporate for a few days. The transition from the humid environment to the ambient environment must be gradual.
  11. Once the process is complete, rinse the nano plated copper parts with distilled water to remove caustic from their surface.
  12. You can store nano plated parts in closed boxes, with a little moisture inside.
  13. To repair nano coating make a solution of 2p sugar + 1p NaOH + hot water; apply with a fine, soft brush

Barbecue Technique

This is the cheapest way for nano coating; it is also used in case of disasters when you no longer have access to caustic soda etc.

  1. Place the coil in the fire and wait until it is black and hot; be careful that the copper does not turn red as this removes the nano layer.
  2. Remove it from the heat and immerse it in warm water.
  3. Repeat this procedure 30 times.

Making your own caustic soda

You can also make your own caustic potash from wood ash:

  1. Take 2 buckets of 18L
  2. Make holes in the bottom of the first bucket.
  3. Install a layer of gravel at the bottom of the bucket.
  4. Cover the gravel with a layer of straw or a piece of geo textile. These two layers act as a filter which will prevent the ashes from being collected in the bucket at the bottom.
  5. Fill the remaining space of the bucket only with hardwood ashes; leave a space of 2″ at the top.
  6. Place two wooden sticks on the 2nd bucket and then place the 1st bucket over the 2nd.
  7. Then pour the rainwater into the bucket. After a while, the water from the bucket will start to percolate into the bottom bucket. Let it drain until it stops.

Fire coating

  1. Hold the assembled coils with pliers
  2. Heat the coil a little with the torch to make it more flexible, so you can bend it into a circle more easily.
  3. For nano coating, start at the terminals; move slowly as indicated by the numbers in the image next to it. The gravitational coils are plated in clockwise direction and the magnetic coils in the opposite direction.
  4. Use the blue tip of the flame like a brush. As it heats up, the copper changes colour, turns golden when it is at the right temperature. Avoid heating the copper until it is red as this removes the nano coating. You should get a uniform and black colour.
  5. Turn the coils and work the other side in the same way, reversing direction.
  6. Soak in room temperature water for a few seconds; then repeat this 3-6x procedure.

Plasma Nanocoating

This type of nano coating is much longer but gives better results. The diagram on the right shows the distance of the nano-particles by coating method: 1 by fire; 2 by caustic soda; 3 by plasma. We remember that the greater the distance, the higher the superconductivity. Plasma conducted in a plasma coating behaves differently. The electricity that can be obtained is also very high (megaW).

There are several ways to do this:

  • Cut 2 pieces of wire (1m long); take off the insulation of both ends and stick one of them through the holes of the same size inside a bottle of coke; add a few tablespoons of NaOH and hot water, quickly close the lid and let it work in the sun for a week; make an occasional short circuit between the other ends of the yarn to cause nano coating.
  • Use the same arrangement to nano coat the center pins of a capacitor: the central rod is stripped but not nano plated; it is surrounded by an aluminium foil (nano-coated).
  • we can also put pieces to nano coat between two magrav stacks (one stronger and the other weaker); the interaction of the fields will nano coat what is positioned between the two (like Rennan’s wireless in 10 days).

Nano coating of aluminium

Brush the piece of aluminium with the flame of the torch; then sweep the sides and approach the centre; then zigzag… Do not stop the flame in one place because the aluminium plate will melt; make fairly quick movements. At some point the aluminium will solidify without melting.

It is also possible to nano plaster aluminium by applying caustic solution with a sponge: just wipe the sponge without leaving the islands of liquid.

Nano coating Zinc

  1. Clean the zinc plate

  2. Spray it with caustic solution and put it in a sealed glass jar for 3 days in the sun

  3. drain the voltage and dry it slowly

Another procedure is to nano coat Zinc with hydrochloric acid (HCL); paint the zinc with HCL leave it to work for 4 hours under a tightly closed lid.

In the process a lot of chlorine vapour is released which is very aggressive – absolutely do this process outdoors!