|Payment Terms:||L/C,D/P,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||100 Set/Sets per Month|
|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu,China|
|interface type:||thread or flange(GB/T9119-2000)|
|central magnetism:||4000 gauss ,8000 to10000 gauss|
|Size:||TO be based practical size|
|After-sales Service Provided:||Video technical support,Field installation, commissioning and training,Field maintenance and repair service,Free spare parts,Online support,No after-sales service|
|Material:||plywood case,carbon steel/stainless steel|
|Weight:||TO be based practical size|
|application:||various kinds of water system|
|Applicable Industries:||Hotels,Building Material Shops,Manufacturing Plant,Food & Beverage Factory,Farms,Restaurant,Food Shop,Printing Shops,Energy & Mining,Food & Beverage Shops|
|Technology:||permanent magnets filed|
|name:||magnetic water treatment equipment|
|magnetic loss:||less than 20 gauss|
|Packaging Detail:||plywood case packaging into container|
Magnetic water treatment is to change the structure of water without changing its chemical composition
Magnetic Fuel Treatment
Even fewer studies exist for magnetic fuel treatment than for water treatment. Claims include increased horsepower, better mileage, fewer hydrocarbon emissions, and longer engine life. Magnetic treatment is claimed to keep varnish from forming on the walls inside a hot engine. These claims seem dubious to us, but at least you can experiment with it for cheap on your own!
Improved Water Flow and Energy Efficiency
Controlled study shows magnetic water technology increased the water flow from 450 gallons per minute to 510gpm. Just as favorable, it also decreased it’s pump intake pressure from 100 to 90 psi, pump discharge pressure from 130 to 120 psi, and the pump work rate from 700 to 600 psi.
Improved Increased Crop Yield
Magnetized water has been reported to triple seedling emergence of wheat (Hilal and Hilal, 2000). Reina et al. (2002) reported a significant increase in the rate of water absorption and an increase in total mass of lettuce when treated with magnetized water. Chickpea plants irrigated with magnetized water grew taller and heavier than plants irrigated with tap water (Hozayn and Qados, 2010). The authors attribute this stimulation to an increase in photosynthetic pigments, where the magnetic water induces cell metabolism and mitosis meristematic cells in pea, lentil and flax (Belyavskaya, 2001). Additionally, it is believed that new protein bands are formed in plants that are treated with magnetized water and that these proteins are responsible for increased growth (Hozayn and Qados, 2010). Magnetized water has been linked to increases in photosynthetic pigments, endogenous promotors, total phenol and protein biosynthesis in plants. (Qados and Hozayn, 2010 and Shabrangi and Majd, 2009).
Improved Seed Germination Rate
The application of a magnetic field has been shown to induce seed germination, and increase the percentage of germinated seeds. Carbonell et al. (2000) showed an increase of the germination rate and percentage of rice seeds treated with a magnetic field. Moon and Chung (2000) treated tomato seeds with a magnetic field and found that germination rates were accelerated about 1.1–2.8 times when compared to the control seeds. Germination of broad bean seeds was found to take place 2-3 days earlier when seeds underwent magnetic treatment (Podleoney et al., 2004).