BAF 2000

A phenomenon, - was CO2 split into Carbon and Oxygen in 1994?


BAF 2000 is a method and device for reducing exhaust gas emissions and fine dust particles from internal combustion engines. Exhaust emissions from internal combustion engines are usually reduced by catalytic post-combustion of pollutants. In this process, catalytic converters are only used effectively under certain conditions. The new process is intended to achieve a further reduction in exhaust emissions in addition to the use of catalytic converters. The reduction of exhaust emissions is achieved by passing the exhaust gases (including nitrogen oxides) through a filter system, under pressure in one or more stages with rapid cooling. The rest of the exhaust gases are routed back to the combustion engines to be reprocessed.


Furthermore, main pollutants are separated (non-limited pollutants) such as:



· Total cyanide

· Total aldehydes

· Total phenols

· Differentiated hydrocarbons

· Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

· Differentiated aldehydes and ketones


Pascal Stones are used to separate the non-limited pollutants. However, the excellent performance of the catalysts also forms new chemical compounds. Furthermore, the operation of the catalysts is only guaranteed from a temperature of 250°C (approx. 2-5 km driving distance).


This is taken into account in the BAF 2000 system. Altogether, the technology consists of two main stages.


Furthermore, test trials have proven that changes have caused that the following oxygen O2 values were measured in the exhaust gas values when using BAF 2000 technology:


Increase of Oxygen O2: before 0.02% Vol. increased to 13.03% Vol. up to 15.15% Vol.



Was CO2 split into Carbon and Oxygen?


10 May 1994 was an exciting day for our team. For the first time, The-Environmentalist tested a new system to reduce exhaust emissions from vehicles. Two years of research and development were involved. The test trial was carried out on a Mercedes-Benz E 200 in a renowned general automotive workshop in the Siegen area.


In the first test trial, the result was overwhelming; the following values were measured in the exhaust gas measurements:


Carbon Monoxide CO                           Reduced by                81.82 %           up to   100 %

Hydrocarbon HC                                   Reduced by                53.85 %           up to   85.9 %

(volatile organic substances)

Carbon Dioxide CO2                             Reduced by                62.38 %          up to   70.55 %


Simultaneous increase of oxygen O2

by 0.02 %                                              Increased to               63.04 %          up to   73.29 %



A precursor of the Pascal Stones was used to separate the non-limited pollutants. However, the excellent performance of the catalysts also forms new chemical compounds. In addition, the operation of the catalysts is only guaranteed at certain temperatures. This is taken into account in the BAF 2000 system. Overall, the technology consists of two main stages, which, for reasons of protection of intellectual property and inventors' rights, are not explained in more detail here.


The Phenomenon



Whether we consider the reduction of emissions from motor vehicles, the BAPS system we developed, controlled air circulation in homes, or our aforementioned experiment,-


Starting in 1994 until recently, we could not find an explanation why the CO2 content with our aforementioned Blue Building technologies was significantly lower than the CO2 content in the outside air. After complete combustion, oxygen is neither present nor measurable, pollutants such as CO, HC and CO2 are present in high concentrations. Our test trials have done the opposite - with excellent results.


A phenomenon of which we have only in recent months gained a vague idea of what chemical, physical and technological process might have taken place.

The industrial Cleaning Stand WAT 2000 is a high quality purifying gadget, which can be easily operated and is virtually free of maintenance.


The purification of contaminated pieces takes place by a combination of mechanical removal and a special cleaning liquid. The special chemical cleaner gets directly onto the contaminated goods with a flow brush and is supported by the mechanical movement of the brush. In the industrial cleaning stand, the cleaning liquid gets heated than gets pumped by a feed pump with a magnetic clutch to the flow-brush. Due to temperature control, the temperature is constantly held at 35°C. The electronic control unit gets protected in a separate case which is certified according to the protection grade IP 54.


There are various uses of the cleaning stand. Due to the synergy of the divers cleaning liquids and different kinds of purified parts almost all grease,- oil,- lubrication,- soot,- and environmental settings of machines-, motor vehicles-, devices – and metal components can be removed.


ROTAS V15 / V18

Convincing Advantages:


The Rotas cleans absolutely independently and faster than with a comparable and manual cleaning device. Operational force and time are only limited to the loading procedures of the device.


The spraying nozzles and their adjustment developed for the ROTAS, guarantees during rotation of the basket, a steady radiation of the parts that are to be cleaned from all sides.


The cleaners adapted to the spraying nozzles are newly developed and more effective than the usual emulsions such as cold cleaners etc. They are absolutely skin friendly, bio-degradable and odour neutral.


In order to gain an optimal cleaning result, the liquid is heated to more than 80°C. This accelerates the drying process enormously by means of evaporation.


Time intensive manual cleaning, rubber gloves, respiratory equipment and eye protection as well as expensive disposal of special waste can be avoided and for the benefit of our environment are eventually history.


Field of application:


Cleaning, degreasing, de-rusting, dewaxing, de-conserving, stripping of enamel, de-oxygenise, de-carborization, rinsing and soaking.




Vacuum suction unit for all types of liquids:

  • Extremely high suction performance by using shock evacuation.
  • Sediment free suction even in remote or inaccessible areas, having ideal cleaning action.
  • Separate containers for various materials.








- Contrary to the traditional principle of using the shock evacuation method, all liquid agents including existing sediments are withdrawn by suction. In this case a pressure reversal is implemented. The pressure is supplied by the liquid.


- The CLEVA is equally suitable for all liquid agents of varying viscosity. By using special adapters the unit can be universally used for any technical application.


- The vacuum principle constitutes a closed system whereby all fluids withdrawn by suction are deposited in the provided containers, without odour or mess.


- The direct evacuation process using the filling or control outlets saves considerable time.


- The various agents can be collected separately in separate containers. The cost of separate waste disposal is reduced because the liquids are easier to recycle, for the benefit of our environment.


Areas of application:


Removal of: motor oil, gear oil, automatic gear oil, rear axle oil, hydraulic oil, coolant fluids etc.





The DEFI 10 is a small mobile plant, where used oil is recycled by using vacuum technology. The unit makes it possible to purify 10 to 100 litres within one hour.



The oil is recycled in a way that it can be reused again as newly produced oil. This procedure saves storage, transport and disposal costs of the used oil, as well as saving costs for the acquisition of new products that are replaced by recycled oil.