The Pascal Stone Technology
The Future of Building Physics
The crystalline alumo-silicates Pascal Stone has the characteristic to absorb water vapor, to attach it to its surface and to deliver heat at the same time.
The Know-How and comprehensive understanding of Pascal Stones has been developed and enhanced over a period of more than 25 years. Today, the Blue Ecopower System
solar-hybrid plant not only outperforms other, better known, renewable energy technologies like wind power and photovoltaic, it is also more cost efficient than any other form of energy
production on the market.
Blue Ecopower, through its use of the Pascal Stone System which uses no water and no chemicals, is able to produce both hot and cold water (to -15 degrees). Additionally, Blue Ecopower is able to operate both night and day by simply using exterior heat (without sunlight), starting from outside temperatures of +23 Degrees Celsius.
Water to ice in 15 seconds
Under vacuum, the absorbtion of the water vapor happens with such a force that based on the low temperatures caused by evaporation the remainder of the water strongly cools off itself and freeze to ice. This reaction will be used for all processes involving cooling.
Through a special design of the apparatus, the heat will have no negative impact on the generation of cooling energy. The first process of generating enthalpies lasts until the Pascal Stones are saturated with water.
In the second process warmth is supplied to the Pascal Stone causing a reverse result. The heat supply is generated through solar energy devices that reflect the state of the technology.
The water desorbs out of the Pascal stone in the form of vapor and transforms into liquid again in the V condenser. The Pascal stones can be used again after this process is completed. An almost continuous cold production is achieved if several sorption aggregates are operating in staggered phases. Through the irradiation system Bluetron, the surface of the Pascal Stone is altered in a way that a long lasting economic use is guaranteed.
Through the additional cleaning of the water and the use of the ceiling cooling system, not only an optimal cooling is guaranteed without draft, but also the use by chemistry is avoided and a considerable reduction of fossil energy is accomplished.
With the irradiation system, the molecular structure of the Pascal stone will be modified and the material is changed indefinitely. This modification is to stabilize and close the surface after exposure with intensive high light gunfire by mixing with mineralizing fluid.
The efficiency and the life of the Pascal Stone increases significantly.
The result, a petrifaction of the Pascal Stone, can be witnessed in nature since the creation of our planet. This petrifaction is known as fossils like petrified fishes, snails, wood etc.
A specially developed light is throwing electrons by their natural gyrating way (around their Atomic Nucleus) with high intensity into the material. As he molecular
structure will be modified, the material is changed everlastingly.
Through the additional cleaning of the water and the use of the ceiling cooling system, an optimal cooling is guaranteed without draft or the use of chemistry. Additionally, a considerable reduction of fossil energy is accomplished.
It is increasingly important for architects, designers and builders to handle energy related design issues with great care. Requirements of construction physics for exterior walls have increased. Wall elements made of light weight concrete provide excellent thermal insulation criteria for both summer and winter temperatures.
Light weight concrete provides best performance in sound protection, sound damping and sound absorption. Light weight concrete is also certified as a fire-proof building material. Blue Building wall elements can therefore also be installed as firewall.
Per plant, a minimum of 100kg Pascal Stones with a density of 0.4kg/m3 is needed.
The Pascal Stone has a large internal surface area of up to 1,000 m²/g, in the total amount of 100,000,000 (one hundred million) square meters.
On average, about 100 kg Pascal Stones with a density of 0.4 kg/m³ are needed per building. The Pascal Stone has a large internal surface area of up to 1,000 m²/g, in the total amount of 100,000,000 (one hundred million) square meters.