AquaMagna Magnetic Descaler
Research Documents & Publications on Magnetic Water Treatment
The Advance Research Agency of the Department of Defense sponsored
research in magnetic treatment of water reporting that the fact
generally agreed upon is that a magnetic field reduces the kinetics of
crystallization processes and the freedom of movement of charged
particles. This limitation of the motion of particles in the field
results in an increase in the number of collisions and the formation of
crystallization centers. Magnetic treatment is effective if the liquid
is passed through the flux of a magnet having a sufficiently field and
magnetic gradient, providing that the temperature of the liquid is not
Advanced Research Agency of the Department of Defense, Hibben, Stuart G. "Magnetic Treatment of Water".
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA,
tested magnetically treated water against chemically treated water for
corrosion rates of steel corrosion coupons placed in the two water
systems. Reported results were excellent with corrosion rates of 1 to 50
mils per year using chemical inhibitors, with 4 mils per year
considered to be acceptable, while corrosion rates of 0.0 mils per year
were recorded for the magnetic treatment.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Kuivinen, David E., Comparing Corrosion Rates of Steel Corrosion Inhibitors. Lewis Research Center, Cleveland.
From The Institute of Mineral Fuels of the USSR Academy of Sciences,
Dr. V.I. Klassen reports that no one argues about the effectiveness of
magnetic treatment of water. In the Soviet Union the use of magnetic
treatment of water is used extensively and with tremendous economic
effect. These practitioners are making extensive use of magnetic
treatment but are in serious need of scientific assistance. Marked
reduction of scale formation in steam boilers has been verified in
practice and confirmed in laboratories but the theory, which explains
the nature of the process is not clearly understood.
Anon, Tekhnika Molodeshi, Vol. 10 pg. 22.
Fedotkin, L.M., Engergetika I Electrifkasia, Vol. 5, pg. 42
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thousand magnetic water conditioners are now rendering great service in
buildings all sizes, from private homes to hospitals, schools, military
buildings, etc. These units will protect the whole circuit of cold and
hot water as well as sanitary installations against scale formation and
corrosion when placed where the water main enters the premises. It is
remarkable to note that algae, such as normally grow on coolers in the
open air and in swimming pools, die rapidly under the effects of the
Vermelren, T., Corrosion Technology (Belgium)
may sound rather surprising that water can be purified by magnetic
treatment but the fact is unquestionable. The answer as to why a
magnetic field affects the properties of waste has not yet been found;
it can only be expected when further research has elucidated the
properties of the water molecule.
Belova, V., Ph.D., Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Academy of Sciences, USSR, Soviet Science Review (USSR).
upon analyses of existing technical literature on the magnetic
treatment of water and its ability to alter water properties, there are
many basic areas where the utilization of this method has great
practical merit, such as elimination of scale; control of encrustation;
reduction of salt deposits; intensification of coagulation and
crystallization; improving bacterial function of disinfectants;
acceleration of reagent diffusion; increasing the efficiency of
ion-exchange resin; removal of fine particles in the purification or
recycling of waste water; extraction of valuable metals from;
acceleration of the solidification of cements, increasing the density
and strength of casting molds; etc."
Stevoich, V.A., Liebhold, K., Hibben, S.G., Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Advanced Research Projects Agency of the United States Department of Defense, Arlington, Virginia, USA.
was concluded that the magnetic unit used in these tests was very
effective in controlling scale and corrosion in water systems, in such
diverse applications as a large air conditioning condenser, syrup
evaporators in a sugar mill, cooling exchangers in a large chemical
processing plant in a boiler and a steam generator. Significant savings
in time, cost and equipment were effected in all cases."
Raisen, E., PhD., The Control of Scale and Corrosion in Water Systems Using Magnetic Fields. Paper #117, CORROSION.
Magnetic Water Treatment - Quinn
A study of the influence of magnetics on corrosion control showed that magnetic treatment inhibits the rate of corrosion.
Reimers, R.S., de Kernior, P.S., Culiepier, V.C., Tulane University
work has shown that voltages and currents reproduced when conducting
solutions are made to flow through a magnetic treatment device in which
the magnetic field is orthogonal to the fluid flow. Although many
earlier papers dealing with Magnetic Water Treatment Devices have
discussed the theory of magnetohydrodynamic voltage generation, none has
ever demonstrated that this voltage could be measured and none has
considered what the consequences of the induced voltage and concomitant
current might be for scale control.
Bush, K.W., Busch M.A.., Parker, D.H., Darling, R.E., McAtee, J.L., Jr., Laboratory Studies Involving Magnetic Water Treatment Devices. Paper #251, CORROSIONS '85.
evaluation by some water technology experts and inconsistent performance
in field tests, a variety of magnetic water treatment devices (MTDS)
employing permanent magnets continues to be promoted for the prevention
of scale and other deposits in water using systems. The studies reported
here by the Baylor Water Research Group are
unique. For the first time, researchers in an American laboratory have
been able to conclusively demonstrate that something fundamental does in
fact happen when water is circulated not just through a magnetic field,
but through an actual magnetic water treatment device. In summary, the
potential benefits which could be derived from a non-chemical method of
water conditioning of this type include reduced energy requirements,
water conservation, reduction or elimination of chemical feed and
control requirements and reduced pollution."
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