Thanks to Vision Research’s Phantom v2511, Olson Technologies was able to see what their Plasma Blaster does in an oil well 30 feet underground—notably, the blast reaction and liquid retraction. Whenever a detonation or blast of some kind occurs under a liquid (in this case, oil), the fluid is briefly displaced. As the oil quickly moves to refill the unoccupied space, a powerful vacuum is created, which sucks the loosened debris into the bottom of the Plasma Blaster. By utilizing the vacuum in this way, Olson Technologies removes the original source of the clog and lessens the chances that another issue will happen in the future.
Plasma Blaster