Nanocoating- the easy way
The advice is to nano coat your copper in a bath of coustic fully submerged for at least one week and then remove the caustic solution not all of it just a little moisture and then just place your copper back in the same position and let the process carry on for another 2 to 4 weeks EASY so they can build up their layers naturally. You will have beautiful Results
How to make a good a nano coating of copper
Use eye protection and gloves.
- Clean the surface of the copper so they will be free of oxidation, oil, fingerprints etc with submerging them in vinegar for 15 minutes.
- Chose a polypropylene plastic box with lid for the coating process. Calculate the volume of caustic liquid that covers all the pieces.
- Place on the bottom of the dry container 40 grams of caustic soda (NaOH) with 10 grams of KOH per litre of boiling water. The presence of potassium (K) is important, as potassium contains 120 ppm (0.012%) of K40 isotope., which is subject to beta decay, and it makes the nano-coating more efficient.
- Place a galvanized iron mesh (chicken wire) on the bottom of the container. Position the copper pieces onto the chicken mesh. Alternatively, you may hang them on any kind of suitable support, which keep them separated (not touching each other and not touching the bottom of the container).
- As a basic rule, do not stack the pieces of copper one over the other, and do not touch them anymore once placed in the container. If you still have to handle them, be very careful so as not to damage the nano-layers.
- Pour the boiling water rapidly over the caustic in the container until all pieces are covered and quickly close the lid. Avoid breathing in the vapours that may escape the container.
Leave it untouched for at least 48 hours, or better for one week.
- After 2-7 days, remove the lid and drain the liquid caustic from the container without touching the copper pieces. You can use a flexible pipe attached to a syringe for syphoning off the caustic liquid. Leave a little liquid in the container (the liquid should stay below the galvanized iron mesh) in order to provide moisture.
Keep the pieces in the same plastic container, because during the hot caustic process, the walls of the plastic container have also been nano-coated, creating a plasmatic environment inside which is better able to contain the fields.
- Immediately after the removal of the liquid caustic, apply the probes of a voltmeter to the extremities of each of the copper pieces for about 5- 10 seconds. This process is called ‘stripping the voltage’. This procedure polarizes the nano particles so they arrange themselves in a directed formation of the nano-structures. You can repeat the stripping 4-5 times a day, After each stripping, place close the lid of the container, and leave it for 2 weeks to 2 months for the nano-layers to grow.
- When you decide to end the process, do not open immediately the container. First open a little crack to allow the moisture to evaporate gradually during a couple of days. The transition from moist environment to room environment has to be done gradually.
- Once the process done, rinse the nano-coated copper pieces with distilled water in order to remove the caustic from their surface.
- You can store the nano coated pieces in closed boxes, with a little moisture inside.
The safe way for the nano coating process is the caustic method. The use of a pressure cooker may destroy the layers and fire is not good because it separates the nano layers from the matter layer. The teachings from Mr Keshe always suggest to use the caustic soda nano coating process .
On the other hand he never stops people walking their own path and try news things. But I always try to bring people back to the basic teaching of Mr Keshe because that is the correct way.
After having the hot caustic soda process going on for 24 hours you remove some of the water; leave a few cm of caustic soda water to allow the growing of the layers to take place and give it time. Patience is of the essence. Don’t forget to drain the current to align the layers.
You need to understand what and why nano layers are build and pay attention to the details.