More Turf with Less Water

June 27th, 2014

According to the Bay Area News Group, due to the drought in California, many golf courses are being forced to cut their water use—some by as much as 50%. Imagine cutting down water use and still be able to have a uniformly green course. Magnation products do exactly that. Click here to read a current research report from Olds College which confirms Magnation reduced water consumption by 20% without loss in turf quality. As the summer heats up and water restrictions tighten, give Magnation a chance. We offer a money-back guarantee. Please call to inquire. 888 830 0363


The 4th Phase of Water

January 23rd, 2014

We won’t be surprised if Gerald H. Pollack will win the Nobel Peace Prize for his work in the field of water. Quoted as “the most significant scientific discovery of this century”, the concept is is beyond our current understanding of water being either a solid, liquid or vapor. The central message of the book: Water participates in virtually everything. It’s behavior depends on location and microenvironment. Pollack lays a simple foundation for understanding how changes of water structure underlie most energetic transitions of form and motion on Earth.

Here are the Four Foundational Principals, which you can further read about in the book:

Principle 1: Water Has Four Phases

  1. Ice (solid)
  2. EZ /Exclusion Zone (best described as a liquid crystal with physical properties analogous to those of raw egg white)
  3. Water (liquid)
  4. Vapor (gas)

Principle 2: Water Stores Energy
Water stores energy in two modes: order and charge separation.

Principle 3: Water gets Energy from Light
The sun’s electromagnetic energy builds potential energy in water. Water continually absorbs energy from the environment and transduces that energy into work.

Principle 4: Like-Charged Entities Can Attract One Another
Like charges themselves don’t attract; the attraction is mediated by the unlike charges that gather in between. Those unlikes draw the like charges toward one another, until like-like repulsion balances the attraction.


What does this mean for you?

The 4th gel-like phase of water “EZ” as mentioned above, excludes solutes, including contaminants, harvesting the EZ amounts to collecting untainted water. It amounts to a filterless filter that achieves purification courtesy of incident electromagnetic energy. This implies, whether we understand it or not, water technologies based on physics, not chemicals, has a valid and powerful foundation in science. Magnation Water Technologies is here to offer these technologies to you, for your benefit and our planet’s.

The 4th Phase of Water

The 4th Phase of Water

You can buy this book by calling us at 888-820-0363. 


About Professor Pollack
Professor Gerald Pollack is Founding Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journal, WATER and is recognized as an international leader in science and engineering.

The University of Washington Faculty chose Pollack, in 2008, to receive their highest annual distinction: the Faculty Lecturer Award. He was the 2012 recipient of the coveted Progogine Medal for thermoynamics of dissipative systems. He has received an honorary doctorate from Ural State Univeristy in Ekaterinburg, Russia, and was more recently named an Honorary Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Foreign Member of the Srpska Academy. Pollack is a founding Fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering and a Fellow of both the American Heart Association and the Biomedical Engineering Society. He recently received an NIH Director’s Transformative R01 Award for his work on water, and maintains an active laboratory in Seattle, Washington.

Pollack’s interests have ranged broadly from biological motion and cell biology to the interaction of biological surfaces with aqueous solutions. His 1990 book, Muscles and Molecules: Uncovering the Principles of Biological Motion won an Excellence Award from the Society for Technical Communication; his subsequent book Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life, won that Society’s Distinguished Award.

Pollack is recognized worldwide as a dynamic speaker and a scientist willing to challenge any long-held dogma that does not fit the facts.

Magnation Spring Update

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.


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?

Principles of Corrosion

November 29th, 2012

Corrosion is the disintegration of metal through an unintentional chemical or electro- chemical action, starting at its surface. It is recognized as one of industry’s most difficult problems and the resulting losses each year are in the tens of billions of dollars.

Metals are usually extracted from ores through the application of a considerable amount of energy. Certain environments offer opportunities for these metals to combine chemically with elements to form compounds and return to their lower energy levels. In other words, corrosion can be viewed as the tendency of a metal to revert back to its natural and more stable state as an ore.

Corrosion of a buried metal is greatly influenced by the soil in which it is buried. The major soil conditions which affect corrosion and must be considered are type, drainage, resistivity, acidity, and particle size. The ditch backfill environment is a man made disturbance of the natural environment and can adversely affect these soil conditions.

Soil may consist of sand. loam. clay. mulch. or a combination of any or all of these. The most corrosive is mulch; the least. sand.

Soils with the poorest drainage are the most corrosive while well drained soils are the least corrosive. The exception to this is a soil which contains cinders. Cinder fills are well drained but any moisture present makes it a very corrosive environment.

Low resistivity soils are corrosive and high resistivity soils are the least corrosive. as a rule. However. acidity and oxygen concentration can alter this.

A neutral soil (PH-7.0) is least corrosive. A soil with a PH of 3.0 would be very acidic and corrosive. Alkaline soils (PH above 7.0) contain dissolved salts which can accelerate corrosion. This is especially true in desert soils.

Large soil particles can allow oxygen to penetrate to the buried metal product. If an area with an abundance of oxygen is next to an area of a limited supply of oxygen, a differential aeration corrosion cell is created.

Everything starts with better soils.

October 20th, 2012

AJ Ochoa of Othello, Washington, farms potatoes on higher ph soils, irrigating through deep wells and also a local aquifer.

“The main word that I could come away with was ‘mellower soils’ which is one of the most important fundamentals in farming. Everything starts with better soils.” says AJ. “We drove into the fields that were treated and fields that were not treated after harvest. The ride in the truck was much smoother in the fields that were treated. The truck ride in the untreated field was very hard and bumpy. As for the harvest of potatoes there is much less dirt that sticks to the potatoes when treated due to mellower soils.”

AJ also has 2″ units installed in his potato coolers which show a more consistent and uniform mist for storing potatoes and will show reduction in scale build up . He’s very satisfied and convinced that he can see more of the benefits in the second year than the first.

Aj Ochoa Potato Harvest 2012
Video taken in this week’s visit with in Othello, WA. Mr. Ochoa has been using our systems for 2 years.

Fall 2012 Drought Update for Farming & Energy Industries

October 13th, 2012

Drastically reduced rainfall and triple-digit temperatures throughout much of the nation have damaged corn and other crops, which will have significant impacts on supplies and prices for animal feed, livestock, meat and dairy products, and processed grain products, including ethanol. The drought has also disrupted the transportation of some commodities, such as petroleum and coal, that are delivered by barges on the Mississippi River. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reported groundings of traffic along the Mississippi River due to low water depths, and NOAA has stated that portions of the Mississippi River south of Memphis are below the 1988 low-water level. Droughts can also create reliability concerns for electric power plants. Increased temperatures drive demand for electricity to cool homes and businesses, but lower water levels can affect the operation of many thermoelectric power plants.

The U.S. Drought Monitor, a joint publication of USDA and NOAA, is currently reporting that large areas of the Midwest and Great Plains regions are experiencing significant drought conditions. NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (CPC), integrating Drought Monitor data with weather forecasting, is predicting that the drought conditions will remain mostly unchanged through the end of November.

Published by Independent Statistics & Analysis US Energy Information Administration

Comments Published by Research Scientists

September 25th, 2012

Several 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 formationand 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 magnetic treatment.

Vermelren, T., Corrosion Technology (Belgium).


It 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).


“Based 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 valuablemetals 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.


“It 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.

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The Health Benefits of Magnetic Water

September 10th, 2012

After centuries of being considered an ‘old wives tale’, magnetism is finally coming into its own. We now know that fish are able to return to their spawning grounds by following the earth’s magnetic lines or force, in the same way that birds do. Similar results have shown up lately, in beetles, crickets, bees, grasshoppers and flies. The magnetic sense is so strong in many insects that they will rest only in definite “magnetic positions”. It wasn’t long ago that an astute gardener discovered he could rid his fields of cabbage moths by scattering magnet fragments among the plants. The moths became so disoriented they left the property! Astounding research is fast moving ahead in the Soviet Union of the effects of magnetism on growing plants too. It’s been learned that the famous “eleven year cycle” of plant and animal growth is directly related to fluctuations in magnetism caused by sun spot cycles. Through such studies, they were the first to discover that treating seeds with a magnet increased the plant yield, (South pole energy increased tubers and North pole energy produced larger above ground plants). Then they found they could get much the same results by treating the plant’s fertilizer. Now they say they can vastly improve plant output – and increase the health of people, by magnetizing water!

Bi-polar magnetized water (treated with both North and South poles) is the most often used form of magnetized water for alleviating most common ailments. The Russians are the pioneers in the use of magnetized water. They call it “Wonder Water”.

Magnetized water was first used in Russia by three specialists: Drs. G. Gerbenshchikow, I. Shetsov and K. Tovstoles, all three specialists in urology at the Kirov Military Medical Academy in Leningrad. They had their patients drink bi-polar magnetized water. This simple treatment was very effective in breaking up kidney and gall bladder stones into small enough particles to be passed through urine without any pain or danger to the patient. The water also prevented further formation of stones in the kidneys and gallbladder. Soviet physicians have been giving internally magnetized water to patients for over 30 years for digestive, urinary and nervous problems, ailments like mastitis, pains and swellings, painful urination and many other disorders.

Because magnetized water is wetter and therefore more penetrating, it furthers better assimilation of the various nutrients and vitamins in the cells. The Soviet biologist Kumarov had experimentally doubled the life span of flies by feeding them magnetized sugar.


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Freshwater in rivers is projected to decline by as much as 30%… Demand will also increase.

July 17th, 2012

Rivers are the only renewable supply of freshwater in the Southwest, including California and six other states dependant on Colorado River water. These seven basin states appropriate the equivalent of 76% of the flow of all rivers in the Southwest, and many of them run dry. Add to this climate change. The freshwater in rivers is projected to decline by as much as 30% over the next 50 to 90 years. Demand will also increase. California’s population is expected to reach 60 million by 2050, a 1.5-fold increase in 50 years.

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Please note the opinions stated in this article do not represent Omni Enviro LLC or Magnation Corp.

Feds Declare Drought Emergency Across 1,000 Counties

July 12th, 2012

The U.S. government declared more than 1,000 counties in 26 states drought disasters, as the economic impact of the worst crop conditions in 24 years begins to be felt.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday that farmers in those states can qualify for low-interest emergency loans as of Thursday. The USDA said it streamlined its disaster designation process, and the counties are designated as being in severe drought because of eight-consecutive weeks of drought during the growing season.

Earlier, the USDA released its crop report, showing sharply reduced expectations for this year’s harvest and a 12 percent decline in the expected corn crop yield.

The USDA had projected this year’s crop would be a bumper harvest, yielding 166 bushels per acre. It pared that expectation back to 146 bushels, the lowest in nine years. It now expects a total crop of 12.97 billion bushels, the third-largest on record but down from what would have been an all-time high of 14.8 billion bushels.

Grain prices jumped on the initial 8:30 a.m. EDT crop report, but sold off as rumors swirled ahead of the USDA announcement on drought disaster. Traders said there was a rumor the USDA had an announcement coming that would be a negative for grain prices. Futures prices stayed close to their lows after the announcement.

While the agency reduced its forecast for crop yields, it also cut its demand forecast. “We were blown away that the USDA actually recognized a yield number very realistically. That was a big issue here,” said Rich Nelson, director of research at Allendale.

“For soybeans, we were also surprised the USDA lowered soybean yield and they tempered the bullishness of the number by offsetting the entire supply drop with a drop in demand,” he said. Soybean yields were cut about 8 percent to 40.5 bushels per acre, the second-lowest since 2003.

The hardest-hit areas have been across the southern and eastern areas of the corn belt. “We haven’t had a drought like this since 1988. We’ve had regional droughts but nothing that goes from the Rockies to the Appalachians,” said Shawn McCambridge of Jefferies Bache.

McCambridge said he was surprised the USDA cut its forecast so sharply because it hasn’t yet done on-the-ground surveys.

“They must feel there’s some pretty significant damage in terms of yield losses,” he said. “When they go into the field for the August report, we could see another significant reduction.”

By: Patti Domm
CNBC Executive News Editor
July 12, 2012