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Services & Areas of Expertise

Qualitics, Inc. conducts extensive research in the areas of hydro- and aero-dynamics, heat-exchange solutions and quantified approach to quality problems.

We are constantly working to supply the market with scientific solutions to ongoing problems. Below, you will find summaries of some of the various designs, products and solutions that we have created.

  • The design of new types of apparatus, or improvement of existing models, that incorporates the use of convective heat exchangers with ultimately higher efficiency and productivity at minimal dimensions and weight. Our products of this nature include boilers, coolers, heat transportation contours, and more.
    These designs are based upon a Vortical Boiling Technique (VBT) that allows a significant increase of heat exchange on the streamlining surfaces at effectively unchanging levels of hydro-resistance of the fluid transportation channels.

  • The design of an anti-adhesive, anti-icing and anti-cavitation indoor vent system for houses, aircraft, and manufacturing facilities; designs that prevent outgrowths and excrescencies from occurring within ships’ bilges and on turbine blades, etc.; designs that prevent turbine blades from suffering damage caused by cavitation and wear, etc.
    These designs are based upon a feature of VBT that results in a strong effect, which prevents particles from adhering on the streamlined surfaces.

  • The designs of new types of fans and compressors that yield significantly lower acoustic noise and, consequently, provide higher efficiency. Using the same scientific principles, existing models of fans and compressors can also be altered to achieve the same result.
    This design is based upon a feature of VBT, which allows significantly prolong the placement of the critical turning-points of the boundary layer on the streamlining surfaces.

  • The design of new types of apparatus—or improvement upon existing models—to yield significantly lower hydro- and air-resistance and higher endurance and range.
    V. A design of transportation lines that yields tremendously decreased hydro- and air-resistance.

  • The design of new types of turbines—called “tornado-like” turbines—whose blades and transportation channels are fashioned in a specific shape that causes the fluids inside and around them to move in a tornado-like motion.
    This design is based upon Tornado Stream Technique (TST). Because the motion characterized by a tornado-like stream is the only known laminar discharge flow of a whirled fluid, it creates only minimal parasitic turbulence, thereby dramatically decreasing the device’s hydro-resistance. The tornado-stream solution derives the highest levels of efficiency and productivity from any product that incorporates this type of flow.

  • The design of new wind power stations capable of harnessing a wider range of wind velocities than their traditional counterparts, to produce electricity with greater efficiency.
    These Tornado Wind Electric Power Stations, or TWEPS, are significantly more affordable, stable, and reliable than competing models. They are available in a wide range of sizes and power capabilities, and can be installed directly at the desired point of electricity generation.

  • The design of new types and/or improvement of existing separators, mixers, nozzles, exhaust channels, chimneys, sand extractors, and more.

  • The design and implementation of climate-regulating machines. Exploiting the Tornado Stream Technique, we can design and implement a new type of device, called a Vorticity Transforming Wind Machine (VTWM). For the first in the human history we can arm ourselves with devices that would enable the artificial operation and regulation of the climate on the planet.
    The implementation of VTWMs will prove very effective in U.S. states that suffer high levels of tornado activity. The installation of one VTWM unit per 10,000 square meter area can prevent these states from experiencing tornadoes at all. Additionally, once implemented, VTWMs can be used for electricity generation simultaneous with climate control.

Developed Devices:

Wind Energetics Techniques

  • Pole-attached wind electro-generator. Model name: “Cyclops”
  • Roof-attached wind electro-generator. Model name: “Cyclops II”
  • Roof-attached wind electro-generator. Model name: “Night Owl

Heat Exchange Techniques

  • Mobile, high-performance Frac Water Heater (5600 gal/min, up to 90oC)
  • Highly efficient radiators with up to several hundred kilowatts of heat power transfer.
  • PC processor cooling system with thermal resistance R = 0.14 oC/W in a range of ambient temperatures 20oC – 45oC at following performance at thermal power of Q = 130W from S = 50 cm2, i.e. at thermal flux of q = 130 KW/m2:
T amb T tp T da
25oC 46oC 42oC
30oC 51oC 47oC
35oC 57oC 52oC
40oC 61oC 57oC
45oC 66oC 62oC

T amb - T ambient
T tp - T thermal plate
T da - T discharged air
  • Highly efficient (R < 0.04 oC/W) liquid-fed heat-exchange cell (to be attached to the top of a heat-producing surface).
  • Ambient air-fed radiator with low thermal resistance
    R = 0.14 oC/W.
  • Automobile radiator with a capacity of heat exchange up to several thousand kilowatts.

General Applications

  • Highly mobile, easily maneuverable ships with reduced inertia.
  • Sand-ejecting nozzles for tornado-like sand stream apparatus.
  • Anti-adhesive, fluid-streamlined surfaces.