Industrial & Drinkable Water

The vortex is a fundamental form of movement in nature. It can be found in flowing water and in whirlwinds, in plant shapes, animal horns, and galaxies. Forester and naturalist Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) recognized this in his early years and therefore followed his lifelong motto: “Comprehend and copy nature”. His son, Master Engineer Walter Schauberger, was able to create a model that helps to explain these processes in nature in a vivid way. With the help of his mathematical calculations, he discovered harmonic laws. He was inspired by Pythagoras and Johannes Kepler, who were convinced that our universe follows harmonious principles. One of the implementations of this model was the development of the hyperbolic cone by Walter Schauberger, together with Engineer Maximilian Mack, in around 1970, which was later used in practice as the Hyperbolic Schauberger Funnel.

In the meantime, university research has also been dedicated to the scientific investigation of this funnel. There is much to still discover. Current studies relate to oxygen uptake, flow velocity, pH value, etc.

Such Hyperbolic Schauberger Funnels are now available for personal use:

Schauberger Original Funnel

The Schauberger Original Funnel is a real eye-catcher and made of high-quality materials: hand-blown glass, solid wood, and copper – exquisite handcrafts from Austria. This makes it possible to swirl water as it is found in natural flowing waters. The spiral movement from outside to inside is quintessential. The beautiful air vortex that becomes visible in the middle leads to an increased surface area of the drinking water, which, among other things, results in increased oxygen uptake.

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Wytor Schauberger-Funnel

Trials with the large Hyperbolic Schauberger Funnel, which is in accordance with so-called the harmonic series and, respectively with Walter Schauberger’s sound law, have achieved astounding success in the handling of water.

Test results provide evidence that, in water which is swirled in a Schauberger Funnel, disturbing external information may be lost. On the other hand, primary positive quality characteristics appear in the center.

Now it is possible to manufacture such Hyperbolic Schauberger Funnel in manageable sizes for personal use.

Therewith, it is also possible, in the private domain, to swirl water in accordance with the Schauberger Principle and thereby observe the unique characteristic coil form of water and, respectively, the air swirl.

And, one immediately tastes and notices the difference in water that is not swirled.

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Hyperbolic Funnel

for Water Vitalization in Biotopes

In accordance with a similar principle, funnels can be used for water vitalization in Biotopes. Also, here the water will be tangentially guided in the funnel (modeled in accordance with Walter Schauberger’s hyperbolically formed sound law formula).

On the bottom end a pear-shaped, thin, rotating water curtain is formed. So, there is a considerably larger water surface with considerable impact, as the distributor, Klaus Rauber from the Verein für Implosionsforschung (Society for Implosion Research), writes as follows:

“The natural swirling movement gives water back its constructive forces. Furthermore, it reduces harmful substances in water and incorporates additional oxygen und carbonic acid and does so with minimal expenditure of energy.

Observations over many years show:
• Green and Filamentous algae will be reduced in a natural way.
• Water turbidity disappears by means of brown algae.
• The oxygen supply for fish is improved.
• Plant irrigation requires approximately 30% less water.”

Copper funnel for use in Biotopes,
Photos © Klaus Rauber/ Verein für Implosionsforschung

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E. Neumann Spiral Pipe System

Viktor Schauberger suggested a so-called spiral pipe for the natural behavior of drinking water (see Austrian Patent 196 680). A space-saving variation was introduced by the Implosion research group, Zell am Harmersbach, who, working together with Erich Neumann, developed a spiral pipe.

This is in contradiction to the spacious coiled and twisting pipes, that Viktor Schauberger, together with his son Walter, had developed, directly and thus, easily installable. They are intended for application in house water supply, in the garden and in agriculture.

The pipes are based on a 22 mm installation pipe (soft copper). Through successive dents, the pipe takes on an egg shape profile. These proceed in a spiral. It follows that the excellent properties of the pipe transfer to the water as well as its environment.

Furthermore, flow noise is reduced.

Spiral pipe in accordance with E. Neumann:
Klaus Rauber, Verein für Implosionsforschung