WATER ejectors

MARINE THRUST ejectors

The water ejectors works for MARINE THRUST are no mechanical moving parts devices powered by an external water pump or pressure steam. The target is to create a underwater thrust having no propeller and no moving part. The induced ejector flow is 5-25 times input flow. The underwater ejector thruster is designed for the ships and other marine vehicles. (photo Henri Coanda)
The product needs development.
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WATERJET propulsion

The WATERJET propulsion ejectors are no mechanical moving parts devices powered by an external water pump or pressure steam. The target is to create a waterjet thrust having no propeller and no moving part. The induced ejector flow is 5-25 times input flow. The waterjet ejector propulsion is designed for the ships and other marine vehicles. The product needs development. (photo wikipedia)
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WASTEWATER plants

The WASTEWATER plants ejectors are no mechanical moving parts devices powered by an external water pump or pressure steam. The target is to rise the oxygen level of the water by absorbing fresh air in a water jet based on ejection phenomenon. Other function for wastewater ejector is to create a smart water flow inside the water basin in order to get oxygen following the way Nature teaches us to do. (photo aeration tank)
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STORMWATER management

The water ejectors used for STORMWATER management are no mechanical moving parts devices powered by a waterpump or pressure steam device. The target is to create a strong sucction in order to support the drainage system canals to collect local storm waters. The use is just for several minutes or houres. The sucction flow is 1,5-10 times higher related to the normal drain. The ejectors are placed inside the tube drain system and have no need to be maintenanced. (photo stormwater detail)
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IRRIGATION for lands

The water ejectors used for IRRIGATION systems are large no mechanical moving parts devices powered by a waterpump or pressure steam device. The target is to move large water flows in order to supply the irrigation channels with fresh water. The use is permanent depending on input waterpump. The ejectors are placed in barrage, input or output irrigation channels and have no need to be maintenanced. The induced ejector flow is 5-50 times input flow depending on outflow pressure. (photo watercalculator.org)
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FLOODS

The water ejectors used after the FOOLDS are large no mechanical moving parts devices powered by a high pressure &low flow waterpump or pressure steam device. The target is to remove large water flows from the floods area and restore the environmental equilibrum. The ejectors are placed anyware and have no need to be maintenanced. The sticks, woods, leaves and mud will pass throught the ejector without damage it. The induced ejector flow is 5-50 times input flow. (photo flood detail)
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PERSONAL WATERCRAFT

The PERSONAL WATERCRAFT propulsion ejectors are no mechanical moving parts devices powered by an external water pump or pressure steam. The target is to create a personal watercraft thrust having no propeller and no moving parts. The induced ejector flow is 5-25 times input flow. The personal watercraft ejector propulsion is designed for any marine vehicles. (photo www.bluewavejetskirentals.com) The system needs development.
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SUBMARINES

The water ejectors works for SUBMARINES are no mechanical moving parts devices powered by an external water pump or pressure steam. The target is to create a underwater thrust for submarines having no propeller and no moving parts outside the ship. No propeller means no sound emission. The induced ejector flow is 5-25 times input flow. (photo www.therebeldandy.com) The product needs development.
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STEAM & VAPOUR THRUST

The water ejectors supply by STEAM & VAPOUR THRUST are no mechanical moving parts devices powered by a pressure steam device. The target is to create a underwater thrust for ship and submarines having no propeller and no moving parts inside and outside the ship. No propeller means no sound emission. The induced ejector flow is 5-25 times input flow. (photo elements.envato.com) The product was first designed and tested by Henri Coanda.
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