Non-toxic mineral scale prevention and scale removal.
Eliminate toxic chemicals and maintenance with Magnation's water descaler.
Magnation is an effective treatment for scale prevention as it reduces precipitation on solid surfaces. Magnation units will also reduce existing scale buildup once installed. As a chemical-free water descaler for commercial, industrial and residential applications, Magnation guarantees reduced total dissolved solids (TDS) and sodium adsorption ratios (SAR’s), reduced energy use by a minimum of 10% due to both friction loss and cleaner pipes, reduced need for expensive and damaging chemicals, and significantly reduced maintenance while extending the longevity of irrigation lines, pipes, nozzles, equipment and appliances.
Magnation’s water softening units bust hard water molecule clusters loaded with minerals apart and keeps them in suspension with polarized electrons inhibiting the process of calcification, and softening water without the need for salts for scale reduction, scale removal and scale prevention. Zero chemicals, energy or maintenance needed to keep equipment running, extend equipment longevity and improve the performance of salts, soaps, detergents and other cleaning agents.
Solve hard water issues without chemicals or acid wash.
- Treats rust, iron, iron bacteria, calcium, lime, and hard water issues in pipes, plumbing, nozzles and interior surfaces
- Corrosion and mineral scale prevention and scale removal from pipes, equipment & emitters
- Less chemicals needed due to increased solubility and dissolvability
- Reduces maintenance down-time and expense
- 12.5% to 16.9% pumping energy savings
- Increased water flow with same pressure
- Decreased friction and viscosity
- Increased equipment longevity
- Reduced temperature
Hard Water | Scale Removal and Prevention
Because mineral scale buildup reduces water flow, it can dramatically affect water pressure and flow velocity, plus create flow blockages, among other results that hinder energy conservation and can add up to a major increase in power bills and additional money spent on replacing equipment.
When water flows into Magnation's specialized magnetic field, hydrodynamic magnetic resonance is applied alongside other principles of physics, thus restructuring and invigorating the water. This action inhibits the minerals from bonding into the larger water molecules which cause scale buildup. Instead, the mineral elements are held in suspension and repel each other, which inhibits the process of calcification. The result: the smaller (restructured) water clusters pass through pipes quickly and cleanly– and averts scale buildup. Simply, water is made soft without the use of chemicals or energy or maintenance.
Magnetic treatment directly influences the carbonate equilibrium in water, leading to the formation of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) particles in solution that then cannot precipitate on pipe walls and other equipment, but rather stay in suspension within the water. Patented in 1945 (Vermeiren), magnetic water can be used to prevent and remove scale and is currently common global use of this water technology.
The effect of Magnation on Calcium Sulfate or Gypsum scale build up will be beneficial to the user by weakening its bonds in water and decreasing the hydration of salt ions and colloids, having a positive effect on salt solubility as well as inducing precipitation crystals (CaSO4 2H2O).
Magnetic Treatment of Water Prevents Mineral Build-up
C. Jack Quinn, Professor Emeritus, Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Ind., T. Craig Molden, President, Molden Associates, Inc., Michigan City, Ind., and Charles H. Sanderson, Project Engineer—Superior Manufacturing Div., Magnatech Corp., Fort Wayne, Ind., 1997
Non-Chemical Technologies for Scale and Hardness Control
U.S. Department of Energy. 1998. Federal Technology Alert.
DOE/EE-0162, U.S. DOE Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, 22pp.
The Effect of Magnetic Field on Water Hardness Reducing
H. Banejad and E. Abdosalehi, Irrigation Dept. Agriculture Faculty, Bu_Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran, 2009
Thirteenth International Water Technology Conference, IWTC 13 2009, Hurghada, Egypt
Effects of Magnetized Water on Soil Sulphate Ions in Trickle Irrigation
Behrouz Mostafazadeh-Fard, Mojtaba Khoshravesh, Sayed-Farhad Mousavi, and Ali-Reza Kiani 2011
2nd International Conference on Environmental Engineering and Applications IPCBEE vol.17 2011
Effects of Magnetic Field on Calcium Carbonate Precipitation in Static and Dynamic Fluid Systems
Nelson Saksono, Achmad Fauzie, Setijo Bismo, and Roekmijati W S.
Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia, Kampus UI – Depok 16424 Indonesia
14th Regional Symposium on Chemical Engineering 2007 ISBN 978-979-16978-0-4
Effects of Magnetic Field on the Crystallization of CaCO3 Using Permanent Magnets
Clifford Y. Tai∗, Chi-Kao Wu, Meng-Chun Chang
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan