Before he was a metal sculptor, Paul Guilmette was an principal and head engineer of a hazardous waste remediation company. Below are patented technologies intended for environmental cleanup and natural energy production that Paul created while in that position.
The following inventions are useful for stationary collection (i.e. harbors, and shorelines), floated within an open ocean/lake spill area, and drift with the contamination field. When multiple units are laid out in a continuous grid, the clean up and filtration is completed using only the natural kinetic energy of the wind and water.
The Spillage Recovery Device is intended for recovering floating materials. The unique gimbaled design maintains a level and flat surface for collecting any floating liquid. This design also restricts floating debris from entering the collection area.
A single or multiple Spillage Devices can be deployed, by helicopter (as shown in the patent below), to contain any fixed or floating debris field or spillage. This technology can scale, enabling containment of any size area, from the small area of a shipwreck to a multi-mile oil spill.
As the consolidation process is in motion, the most bottom area of this device could be large enough to anchor and stabilize the situation. The uppermost part would create a secure area in which the recovery of the consolidated material would be collected.
The Moment Pump absorbs physical energy that it receives. It then takes a little of that energy and can pump most liquids. Movement in any direction (Upward/downward, inward/outward, sideways and torsional) create a pumping action.
The Moment Pump can be used for converting energy of waves or tides into energy for other uses, even in the harshest of ocean environments.
The problem of separating liquids has existed for centuries. This mechanical fluid separator has the ability to separate any two fluids that have different specific gravities.
The separator was designed with the intention of separating oil and water but will also work with other liquids. It also has the capability to work totally immersed in the liquid. This is the only mechanical liquid separator ever patented.
These revolutionary pumps are designed to redirect natural energy into various usable forms. The unique design features an open area at the top of the pump which acts as the "accumulator" to improve flow and pressure.
An application for marine use would be to remove liquids from the bottom of a craft at sea, on a mooring, or at the dock. Other uses can be fitted between two objects; one floating and one stationary, or two floating.
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