Any material used in the manufacture of pyramids will produce an effect if given the conditions of proportion, orientation, etc., but like anything that works, an improper material can cause damage. Making homemade pyramids is only safe if you have been well instructed in all aspects and have the right materials. The pyramid is an apparatus, besides from being a small-scale toy. Making a homemade pyramid for experiments is easy, but a suitable one for sleeping like the one shown below is not something simple and more difficult still to make it safe, that can guarantee the absence of undesirable effects in the medium and long-term. The Materials suitable for the manufacture of pyramids that are to be used by living beings must be exclusively paramagnetic and of a high degree of purity in that sense (absence of ferromagnetic and diamagnetic). Paramagnetic can be used alone or combined. Piramicasa manufactures only high purity aluminum pyramids (or quartz for the most special ones) because of this metal, when alloy with silica and with an extraordinary degree of purity in the absence of iron and diamagnetic, has a series of characteristics that no other material offers. We could use titanium, platinum, but at prices, that very few would consider viable. Even those of quartz belong to the highest range by far. ALUMINUM It does not oxidize (forms a surface layer of an oxide of atomic thickness that prevents oxidation). It does not deform with very low or very high temperatures in a range much greater than that of human habitability. No matter where we use the pyramid at the pole or in the hottest places on Earth, as well as will remain intact in the dryness of the desert or the humidity of the jungle. It does not rot, it does not need maintenance. Printed and painted may not require repainting in many decades. It does not absorb water, therefore its function in the pyramid is stable. It does not burn easily. It would have to use casting temperatures, more than 600 degrees Celsius. It requires a quarter or a fifth of the weight that would be needed in wood to produce the same effect (potency). It is non-toxic. Its toxicity is only produced by ingestion or if it is breathed finely pulverized. Do not use it in kitchen utensils, but there is no risk if it is not continuously in contact with the digestive system. In addition, once primed and painted will never have direct contact with it. It is not attacked by woodworm, fungi or bacteria nor is it eaten by any insect or animal. Its relative hardness makes it not very fragile, very resistant in normal use.
Printed and painted with good quality acrylic enamel has no odors nor emanates toxins. Its atomic oscillation and paramagnetism when it is very pure, in combination with silica, produces an optimal field for the cellular development of all non-saprophytic living beings. The problem with normal aluminum is that they contain a certain amount of diamagnetic and ferromagnetic, with which there is a risk of side effects if they are used to sleep in the usual way. That is why we use an aluminum of very high purity that allows us to guarantee the absence of undesirable effects, even if you spend all your life inside. WOOD Despite being a "renewable resource" the best qualities take many years to renew, so it has a greater ecological cost than aluminum since this lasts practically forever. Even with good woods, it takes between four and five times more weight than with aluminum, to achieve the same effects. It absorbs ambient water, so the field varies. To avoid it in some measure, not always total, it has to be waterproofed and the chemicals necessary for it are very toxic and emanate its toxin and odor for months. It burns easily. Fire retardant is also very toxic. They are attacked by the woodworm and other insects, like all furniture, but in a pyramid, it is not desirable to be breathing for months the necessary chemicals. All this (anti woodworm, fire retardant, and water repellent varnishes) represent an ecological cost and a danger to the health. The structural wood pyramid will last less as long as it works unless it is closed. In structural ones like Pyramidbed, the pyramidal effect itself causes the wood to dry and finally deform. In a few years, it will deform so much that will stop working. We do not want our customers to have to buy it again, but continue to be like so far, referring to their friends and family. We only use wood for the houses (and also aluminum), because when they are closed and with specially treated boards and wood, they do not present deformation. The resistance to use is less since a child with a pen is enough to make a disaster. In an aluminum one could only scratch the paint slightly. GLASS The main problem is the fragility, which makes it dangerous in case of breakage. To achieve the same effects as with aluminum we need three times more weight. Unfortunately most shielded or tempered glass has heavy metals, unsuitable for pyramidal effect. TITANIUM Excellent as much as high-purity aluminum, but about twenty times more expensive. About € 50,000 (maybe much more if it is not done industrially). PLATINUM Excellent also, and requires a third less than with aluminum for the same effect, but is more expensive than gold. In total, a pyramidbed platinum would cost more than 2,500,000 € (two and a half million euros). QUARTZ About thirty times more expensive than aluminum, because there is no industrial molding and must be molded in each case. Between € 32,000 and € 71,000. Plans for making wooden pyramids can be designed by any carpenter with a good knowledge of pyramidology. Piramicasa does not supply plans, except those that are offered to construct pyramidal houses in our Advisory Service. >>> SALE OF PLANS >>> ECONOMIC PYRAMIDS
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