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Magnation Water Technologies Announces Distribution Partnership With DripWorks To Expand Water Saving Technologies To New Markets

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Magnation-Dripworks

 

Mass Retailers and Wholesalers Specialize in Conservation-Performance Technologies
Oakland, CA, November 28, 2017
Magnation Water Technologies has partnered with DripWorks to expand the availability of water optimization technologies to over 500,000 catalog and online customers who are choosing drip irrigation for home and commercial gardens as well as agricultural applications to save water, time and money.

“Magnation is passionately dedicated to the paradigm shift in water productivity that leverages physics without a carbon footprint. Since 2008, we’ve led the way with 20,000 installations worldwide. We couldn’t be happier to partner with a powerhouse outlet like California-based DripWorks to accelerate distribution, as conservation and performance is the name of the game—and time is of the essence.”
~ Mike Jenzeh, Co-founder and CEO

DripWorks is the dependable source for quality drip irrigation kits and supplies in the Nation, focused on helping plants, crops and gardens thrive. Drip irrigation systems use 50% less water than conventional ones. Water is delivered slowly and steadily to a crop’s root zone, where it is needed most, and unlike overhead sprinklers, less water is lost to evaporation. Using less water means spending less money. In addition, drip irrigation systems usually operate at a lower pressure than other types of pressurized irrigation, reducing energy costs. With reduced utility bills, drip irrigation systems typically recover the cost of the initial investment within the first year or two.

DripWorks is pleased to offer Magnation water optimization devices to amplify the effectiveness of their drip irrigation kits which help customers grow healthier crops, plants and gardens while reducing maintenance issues from mineral scale buildup in irrigation lines, emitters and nozzles.

By expanding the availability of Magnation Water Technologies to DripWorks customers through their catalog or online store DripWorks.com, customers can realize the benefits of Magnation’s “rainlike water” to solve hard water issues like mineral scale buildup, save 20% water, and make better use of time and money for home gardening, commercial growing and agricultural applications.

Magnation’s Rainlike Water makes every drop count.

Soils and plants become vibrant and vigorous when it rains. As a rain drop falls, its molecules become smaller and invigorated with energized, life-giving qualities, amplifying nutrient uptake and plant vigor.

By emulating the physical forces that create this level of exceptional water quality, Magnation comes as close to natural rain water as possible. Easy to install and long lasting, Magnation systems are maintenance-free, chemical-free and energy-free—and leave zero by-products. Learn more about
Magnation water optimization technologies at RainlikeWater.com

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Stef Jenzeh at 888 820 0363 ext 4 or
email at stef.jenzeh@rainlikewater.com.

Agrifac and Magnation, Champions of Doing More with Less

Sunday, November 8th, 2015

Agrifac-with-Magnation

Magnation Water Technologies began with vision and faith of founders Mike and Stef Jenzeh to introduce revolutionary chemical-free water treatment to farmers in California in 2008, every day in between then and now has been dedicated to improving water quality and maximizing water productivity.

Seven years later in stage 2 of Mike’s European tour with Piet Regnerus of Magliv Corporation—Magnation’s EU distributor—both met yesterday with Peter Millenaar, the general director of Agrifac. Currently a leader in Europe for the manufacturing of spraying machines. They’ve accurately identified that the world needs more and more food the same way Magnation has identified the world needs more and more life-promoting rain like water, and are rising up to the challenge with innovative and efficient designs. This shared understanding makes Magnation and Agrifac both champions of doing more with less.

After thorough, Dutch-style data-based testing of Magnation’s Drift Control products, Agrifac has seen verifiable results showing improved spray quality with smaller droplets, less drift and wider angle spread to be able to lower the boom (thus reducing even more drift and increasing efficacy). This results in more coverage and drift reduction while improving speed—in essence, higher productivity.

“I parallel the innovative Dutch farming techniques to the way they bring value to the international soccer arena. Dutch coaching and strategy has undeniably produced many quality players for the Champions leagues. For example, FC Barcelona adopted advanced innovative systems created by the Dutch years ago, and have catapulted this football (soccer) club into the elite status. With this same attitude and integrity, the Dutch agricultural industry produce high-quality and high-quantity of yields per acre. They’re also one of the smallest impactors on carbon dioxide emissions. With heavy research and production of the highest varieties of seed potatoes in the world, this small country is a global leader in efficient productivity, similar to the Israelis with active openness and solution-oriented towards water quality and quantity in desert soils with their share of agricultural challenges. It’s the resourcefulness I admire, the kind that is paramount to a sustainable future.” says Mike Jenzeh.

Today, Mike and Piet kick off Agritechnica—the worlds largest Agricultural Machinery and Equipment Show in Hanover, Germany from November 10-14th, with preview days November 8-9th, with enthusiasm for a successful week. If you’re in the area, visit us at Booth B-25 to learn more about Magnation’s powerful tools for boosting productivity and a sustainable future of farming.

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Interested in  Drift Control?

Interested in Agrifac?

Thanks for journeying with us!

San Joaquin Valley Farmer

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

A Southern San Joaquin Valley orchardist was experiencing health issues. One of Magnation’s sales reps invited him to try our chemical-free water treatment unit on his house. If it helped the well water for the home, he might consider larger units for his orchards. Not only did it improve his landscaping and make the use of water in the home more economic, his health problems cleared up as well.

He then ordered an 8” Magnation unit for one of his deep wells.  His farm manager said if he had known about the purchase, he would have discouraged it.

Some months later, the farm manager stated, “I haven’t seen such great results on my trees in 15 years!” He said they used to load up with gypsum and other chemicals to keep things in balance. Magnation’s Rainbolt unit changed all that.

They bought two more 8” units for the other wells. Given the drought and falling water tables, anything that cuts water usage by 20% while saving chemicals, lowers pumping energy load, improves crop output and quality needs to be realized.

More real people just like you have their stories to share.

#Drought, #SaveWater, #Healthier Crops, #HardWater

 

 

$25 Off Your Next Order

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

Dear Customers,

We are happy to offer up-to-date information in a fun, informal and interactive style via our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MagnationWater.

And we invite you to like us and receive $25 off your next order!

Cheers,
Magnation Team

Magnation of Water

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Magnation of Water Experiment.  We were sent the results of an experiment examining property differences between Magnation water and regular water.  The attached paper illustrates that while there is some overlap between Magnation Water and regular (control) water, the Magnation Water is clearly different. It is this difference that allows Magnation Water to be so effective and beneficial for the cell structure of plants, animals, and human health as seen across the United States and abroad. Related to our previous post – Biochemical Sequence of Nutrition in Plants – the additional properties of Magnation Water allow nutrients to be more accessible to cells, developing vigorous crops, greener turf, healthier soils, animals, and people.

Make Magnation part of your life and gain great tangible and intangible value for your family, farm, poultry, turf/golf course, fertigation, and more.

 

 

Biochemical Sequence of Nutrition in Plants

Monday, August 11th, 2014

Biochemical Sequence of Nutrition in Plants is a great article which bring attention to how agriculture can be oversimplified.  And when it is oversimplified, actions intended to benefit plant growth, like adding NPK fertilizer, can actually hinder the process.   While it can be helpful to simplify complex problems, solutions that only address a portion of the issue or process are not sustainable.  In this article, the author identified at least 8 elements that are important for comprehensive plant health, but many fertilizers only focus on 3: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.  The author’s more holistic approach to agriculture is more sustainable and effective in the long run.

Magnation on Twitter

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

Dear Water Users,

Magnation is making the rounds on Twitter.  You too can save water and improve water productivity like Dean Piller Superintendent at Cordova Bay Golf Course.

Click to hear Dean’s interview on CBCVictoria  B.C with views of the golf course with 50% drop in wetting agents.

https://soundcloud.com/cbcvictoria/dean-piller-explains-how-a-magnet-can

For more information on how to improve water productivity and reduce your operational costs by 30%, improve soil and turf health every time you turn on your sprinklers please tweet @MagnationWater.

Bakersfield Parks & Rec Mesa Marin Sports Park Test

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

On July 2nd, Jerry Todd met Parks & Rec staff led by Supervisor Frank Hinojosa to install a 1” Magnation unit. The site was selected as their “worst case scenario” of very clayey soil.

  1. We attempted to take core samples and found the City’s nor my coring tools could penetrate the clayey soil. We finally got one core in a moist area near a leak.
  2. Root depth – approx. 2”
  3. We were able to turn over sod to check the turf from under the surface.
  4. They selected the landscaped traffic circle for the area to test.
  5. Comparable site is across the driveway, but fed from another line.
  6. The unit was installed in the valve box for visibility and easy access.
  7. I received a signed receipt for the unit and copied Department Head Darin Budak with the quoted price.
We’ll monitor the site weekly through 9/2 and keep you updated as the test progresses!

Greenhouse & Horticulture Benefits with Magnation

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Magnation has been highlighted in a Dutch e-publication on GroeteNet (“Vegetable”Net) following a successful show at GreenTech 2014 in Amsterdam this past June.  English translation of article available for reading below.

For interest in Western Europe, please contact our distributer Piet Regnerus.

GreenTech 2014 Magnation Exhibitors

 

 

Magnation Technology Promotes Plant Health 

2Excell Magnetics Europe introduced last week at GreenTech, Magnation Water Technology for horticulture. This is a U.S. company whose products are widely used in agriculture. This technology promotes healthy soil, strong plants and high yields. 2Excell Magnetics Europe was the last participant enrolled in GreenTech in 2014. This American company is inactive on the Dutch market, but wants to move into horticulture in the Netherlands, and introduce magnetic water technology to a variety of industries.”The technology splits molecules into smaller clusters. Smaller clusters of water are easily absorbed into the soil and plant cells, which promotes a healthy soil, strong plants and high yields, “says CEO Piet Regnerus of 2Excell Magnetics Europe.” In addition, smaller clusters of water molecules also reduce the amount of dissolved substances, reducing limescale and greatly reducing water salinity. ” And there is another important fact, adds Regnerus: “For horticulture this technology a 20% reduction of pesticides can be” realized. 

Magnation Spring Update

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013
After a long season of trade shows since October (roughly 25 or 30), rebranding,  and product development of our US-Made systems, we’re able to spend some time again on our communications.

HERE’S WHAT’S NEW:

1. We’ve started manufacturing our systems in three materials: Ultraheavy Moleculular Weight (UHMW) Plastic, Anodized Aluminum, and Stainless Steel.

2. We’ve added new sizes, starting at 1/4″, 3/4″, and have a beautiful 14″ system added to our expanding BIG BLUE™ Irrigation & Pump Systems product line. In addition, we’ve added our new RAINBOLT™ Well Systems.

3. We’ve lowered our pricing significantly!

4. We’ve added a new section to our website that speaks to Turf 

5. We’ve updated our Industrial section

6. You can now securely order online. We confirm your order with a phone call before processing to ensure the right systems for your use were ordered.

7. And have you seen our latest brochure?