As A result of the many readers who are of reasonable doubts about our innovative technology, We would like to point out a nice text written by Giovanni and Ippolito Massari (in 1985) which makes a clear criticism of pseudoscientific work time. The language a little’ is typical of the mid-20th century or earlier. We want each reader receives the correct deductions as criticism written by two men and definitely all d ’ a piece that does not accept the pseudoscientific and contrast cricket tenaciously.
IgroDry today, though it is an innovative product and brand new invention, If applied correctly, offers unquestionable and conclusive results that nobody could challenge (even the Massari); Unlike the systems described below, still very popular and highly recommended by some’ superficial, much more interested in the filthy lucre that scientific and practical results obtained.
For correctness we haven't mentioned the names of such modern technologies, but each of us, smart enough, will understand what you are talking about.
Knapen's traps and imaginative variations
The Belgian to. Knapen suggests draining the walls with some sort of reclamation made on the wall, stroke for stroke.
The system, known for found of the so-called atmospheric ’ trap ‘, is based on a theoretical principle easy to understand, and often cited in the technical literature.
Knapen believes he can remove the moisture from the walls ’ by means of porous tubes far about 30 cm and an inner diameter of approx. 3 cm, introduced into masonry and sloped down towards the external ’: These are tubes that it calls ‘ atmospheric ’ siphons.
Their operation would be similar to that of the tube d ’ water-filled set obliquely with the ’ free end into a container full of water ’, whose surface is covered by a layer ’ oil filled d: the phenomenon that inspired Knapen is the climb of oil ’, lighter, into the tube while the heavier water ’ out.
In the same way, He said, the outdoor air ’, drier and lighter, salt in the air driving away the ’ trap moist air and heavy that there is accumulated.
This behavior of parallelism and ’ oil ’ dry air as both light, and that for this rise, has no basis in the reality of two arbitrarily combined phenomena from Knapen.
The reality is that l ’ l ’ oil and water have a constant ratio of their specific weights and movement of Exchange in the tube is constant, independently of other parameters.
Unlike the ’ open air and that contained in the walled siphon, their specific weight varies depending on the temperature, and charges of water vapor d ’ variable, so the ratio of the weights is changeable and the resulting mutual movement takes place in one direction or the other as ’ in one direction or the other ’ can happen the subtraction of water vapor d ’, as a puzzle to be solved on a case by case.
Ensure that the ’ air comes out from the trap at an angle not enough that is loaded by water vapor d ’, Since, temperature being equal, Air-steam mixture is much lighter with more steam contains.
Contrary to what seems to be, more the air is dry and ’ more pesa, and then exits the siphon does not already because moistened, But if it is cool enough to have become heavier and full of air ’.
But d winter ’ the walls are hotter than the outside air and the ’ because the warm and damp air ’ can get, the siphon should have their mouths facing the ’ up and not down.
Absurd solution compared to rain, accumulations of dirt and dust…
The leaflets (Today web pages) kindergarten explanations from crack lardellate of ‘ potential’ and ' elettrosmosi’ and catalysts’ they play well as buzzwords of medicine with which, brilliant hucksters and charlatans, sold, country fairs, Snake fat to cure rheumatism.
To defend against many Cricket see contractual directives based on the control of ’ water in the wall before and after care.
The same treatment is elettrosmotici content.
And’ known that, with the use of ’ electric current continues through a fluid conductor you can, for elettrosmosi, make a liquid transport through porous plugs and semiporosi, with a speed independent of the thickness of the.
This physical principle had brilliant industrial applications for the dehydration of various materials, for the juice Extractor ’, for the partial drying out of the peat and clay ’, so some researcher has decided to use the same physical principle for drying wet walls of buildings.
The ’ application more similar to ours is the temporary consolidation of clay embankments (during the work of masonry coating) with the vertical structure of ’ iron pipe with the wall riddled, Alternatively connected with positive pole and negative pole with others, of a suitable direct current.
The ’ water that soaks the clay ’ and trembling, hindering the work of lining the shore, He moved gradually to elettrosmosi from positive to negative iron from ’ which is then extracted the ’ water by means of a centrifugal pump.
The escarpment is kept dry and consolidated more that enough to push forward the work of masonry coating.
The draining of peat has been helpfully tried to ’ elettrosmosi; starting from peat containing the 90% of water, You can get a significant drainage with excision by ’ 50 al 70% of water.
C ’ is, however, a noticeable difference: the highest percentage of ’ water which the peat clay and ’ contain (90 – 70%) compared to masonry, whom, Although brick, rarely contains a volume higher than water ’ d 30%.
’ in clay and in the peat is more than enough, and represents great success a reduction of water 25% While in brickwork, We could talk about draining and successful, only if the 30% you could start off at 5%, always s ’ means in volume.
In Short, in the masonry is the starting point for the drainage elettrosmotico, What in the ’ clay and peat is the goal of arrival.
It is still unclear whether experimentally, with the ’ elettrosmosi, You can push the brick-drying so forward like you, but the doubt seems to find basis in rapidly growing electrical resistance that grounding wall presents the current gradually occurring drying.
Anyway the remediation of damp room with ’ elettrosmosi is now commercially applied based on patented procedures under various designations.
The device, that has nothing of secret, because simple application of a principle of physics, can be accomplished easily with a slight continuous current 6-8 volts is obtained from the lighting network with ’ inserting a small transformer for bells and a Rectifier.
According to the physicist b. H. Vos all porous substances and therefore also the walls have a critical point percentage content of water, above which you can spread, i.e. the displacement of water under the ’ ’ action of a suitable strength (for es. l ’ elettrosmosi), While below, l ’ water moves only by evaporation…
(excerpted from Hygienic cleansing humid premises by Giovanni and Ippolito Massari – hoepli editore – 1985)