Aquapol Dehydration System Proves “Free Energy” is Real

Posted by on September 10, 2014 in Eco-Friendly, Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 1 Comment

PL Chang | Energy Fanatics | Sept 9 2014

The Aquapol Dehydration System isn’t a complete “free energy” generator, but it does utilize some amazing “free energy” technologies. This system is actually made for reducing the amount of moisture in places that have rising damp problems.

Energy input [blue] and output [green] areas

Energy input [blue] and output [green] areas

To be more accurate, it is the latest wall drying technology used for controlling rising damp in buildings and homes. What separates the Aquapol Dehydration System from its competitors is that it doesn’t need to be plugged into an electrical outlet. Furthermore, it doesn’t run on batteries, but instead runs on the energy of the environment. Some scientists like to refer to this energy as free energy, zero-point energy, vacuum energy, or cosmic energy.

How does the Aquapol Dehydration System work?

The Aquapol Dehydration System is a lamp-like device that is often installed in buildings and homes by hanging it from the ceiling. This system uses wireless technology and non-conventional technology based on parascience to dry out the rooms and walls of buildings. To control moisture levels, the Aquapol Dehydration System uses certain wavelengths from Earth’s energy field to stop water rising inside the capillaries. This method is very effective for solving rising damp problems, because it addresses the root cause of the rising damp by neutralizing the capillary forces. Besides drying walls of buildings, this dehydration system can also be used to dry out underground walls, basements, and cellars.


The Aquapol Dehydration System isn’t a “free energy” device that is still in the process of being tested. Instead, it is a “free energy” technology that has been proven to work. Since the inventor Wilhelm Mohorn established his business in 1985, over 30,000 Aquapol Dehydration Systems have been sold throughout Europe with great success. If you have rising damp issues in your home, the Aquapol Dehydration System could be the solution you have been searching for.

The Aquapol Dehydration System is patented under European patent # 0688383–1996 and has been tested by the TÜV-EMV (Association for Technical Inspections) EMV test report No. P9892097E01 TÜV-Rhineland, 51105 Cologne, Germany.

Here is a short video that shows how the Aquapol Dehydration System works.

The Intelligent Aquapol Technology

When it comes to “free energy” technology, most energy enthusiasts will spend countless hours searching for the most promising and exotic “free energy” generators to prove that these energy generators are real. Unfortunately for them, their quest to find the best “free energy” devices will often lead to a dead end…

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  1. raphseeto@hotmail.com' Raphael says:

    Great post. But, would like to clarify better if whats precisely the use of this Aquapol Dehydration System? Where it applies? Please help.

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