Water & Weather Worldwidemakes use of ion generators for solving various weather problems such as artificial initiation of precipitations, dispersal of fog or mist, or pumping up air volumes from the surface of the earth.
The technology initiates ascending air flows resulting from the natural energy of negative ions. It accelerates or creates the condensation of the humidity that is suspended in the air over a given area. At some point, it turns this humidity into rain. This adjustable technology can be used in warm and dry regions of the planet for bringing water to agriculture or for preventing forest fires.
As far as fog dissipation is concerned, the ascending airflows of negative ions act as cores of condensation and attract water molecules suspended in theatmosphere. Water particles enter a consolidation process, become heavier and fall down to the ground. A similar principle is used against smog, which is a mixture of smoke and fog. The ascending airflows dissipate the fumes towards the upper part of the local atmosphere, where they are taken away by the wind.
The technology is environment friendly because its principles are based on natural atmospheric processes. The influence on atmosphere processes has only a local impact and is fully controlled and manageable.
There is no incidence on surrounding devices, no electromagnetic field is perceivable at short distance of the equipment and there is no radiation of any kind that could be harmful to humans or nature.