Patent for Sale:Removal of Heavy Metals from Waterways and Great Ships
The portfolio includes two patents for a heavy metal removal using only one chemical, before using a sand-gravel filter! A human safe, FDA approved single sulfur chemical with a sand gravel filter on the end, will convert all heavy metals to sulfides which are insoluble and precipitate which are filterable. The chemical will also convert all 12 atomic weights of mercury to mercury sulfide. The chemical functions kinetically at freezing the same rate as room temperature making it infinitely versatile. The source is the most powerful source of sulfur available which is people, fish-salmon, and water safe.
Our method uses the most stable sulfur compound, the least corrosive, and cheapest form of metal binding sulfur. The shelf-life of the crystalline form is 2 - 5 years plus depending on the grade and form granular or liquid. Our methodology deals with massive, filthy, unruly contamination's of nature to which the drinking water membrane and osmosis methods are not well-suited, nor are resin polymers. We are removing the poison that kills people, fish and animals – especially sheep. This solution is fast and very cheap; it poses no risk to people, or places, or money.
There is evidence that the sulfur compound we use will convert radioactive or normal Cesium137 & Strontium to Cesium Sulfide and strontium sulfide. We can likely convert both to a removable sulfide on the spot! The same chemistry can remove 99% of Copper from 3000ppm to 30ppm. The reduction happens before using the sand gravel filter step. The remaining 1% is managed filtering in a traditional way - sand and gravel normally remove 90% of particulate or solid heavy metals, so 1% remaining x 90%= 0.9% removed and leaves 0.1% making it likely 99.9% efficient. The chemical cost to treat one gallon of water is 5-6 cents a gallon.
The patents comprise of 20 Claims.
The patented solution is 100% safe. One chemical can remove 99% of heavy metals.
Primary Application of the Technology
Eight special areas.
Landfills - there are 13,000 landfills.
Mining of all types and acid conversions.
Wastewater outlets - with limited property space.
Metal plating companies.
Water treatment facilities
Oil refineries & fracking water.
Great ships ballast control of metals and microbes (M&M).
Salvage from any of these for resale.
* Removal of radioactive metals also.
The Problem Solved by the Technology
> Some places are too filthy to use reverse osmosis and to power-dependent to clean.
> Certain municipal water cleaning methods cannot address dirty filthy tailing pits, complex waste water outlets, metal leaks, the landfill complex toxins, or coal mine water holding tanks filled with mercury.
How the Technology Solves the Problem
It is effective in a passive treatment system or a semi-passive treatment system using an inexpensive chemical and little or no electrical power requiring very little skilled training for our simple devices. Little maintenance is needed. The cost per gallon is low and during the typical 72 hour time period the process has the ability to clean up millions of gallons of waste water.
Abandoned landfills benefit from our process which converts acidic waste that contains sulfuric acid and sulfurous acids, rendering them harmless while precipitating the heavy metals and converting them to an environmentally safe material removing gases as well. Unlike the resin polymer process, reverse osmosis or membrane technology processes, this is one singular inexpensive chemical.
Decontamination of metals from ships and microbes is possible and allows us to provide an "out at sea" version that removes the need to retrofit 35,000 ships.
The designs also are part of the patents. The safety, the temperature, cost and sulfide forming power make this an outstanding technology.
The chemistry works like reverse kinetic energy which is an astounding discovery.
Hot or cold it works at the same speed removing toxic metals. The human safety factor is 100%.
Comparitive sulfur sources are not able to produce as much H2S or S as the sodium thiosulfate. Comparative sulfur sources are - less stable, have a shorter shelf life, corrosive to surfaces and humans, and some are explosive. The chemical in this patent is used FDA style intra-cardiac and endotracheally in hospitals. It removes kidney stones by dissolving CaCO3 hard-as-rock stones! This sulfur is the only fish salmon human ingestably safe sulfur compound on earth. Lastly, it has a longer shelf life, power independence, temperature independence, and easy to manage by products in water
Comments on Deal Structure, Potential Terms and Restrictions
The seller would like to be granted a license back.
Frequently Asked Questions
>Proof of concept is 99% removal without any filtration. Na2S203 produces more H2S than any other known sulfur compound Ca or Na etc.
Class 210: Liquid Purification Or Separation
Treating water or waste liquid, and when not more specifically provided for, the class for patents directed to treating liquids in general or of any kind and provides (1) process and apparatus for (a) separating a component from (b) purifying or (c) effecting a change in water or waste liquid, such process or apparatus not being more specifically provided for in another class; (2) process of treating liquids in general and treating liquid compositions of either general or diverse utilities; (3) apparatus not provided for in other classes, for performing the foregoing processes and treating liquids of any kind; (4) filter materials or compositions peculiar to the above-mentioned processes; and (5) Processes for purification of liquids containing hazardous or toxic waste to produce a nonhazardous or nontoxic product.Subclass 188: WITH GAS SEPARATOR
Subclass 198.1: WITH MEANS TO ADD TREATING MATERIAL
Subclass 206: Chemical holder in series with separator
Subclass 222: MAGNETIC
Subclass 223: With additional separator
Subclass 681: Removing ions
Subclass 695: Using magnetic force
Subclass 705: Chemically specified precipitant, coagulant, or flocculant
Subclass 718: Including degassing
Subclass 724: Regulating pH