THE MONOPOLAR EFFECT
There are no monopole magnets
The name “monopolar” needs perhaps an explanation. We know from physics-101 that magnets always have two poles (North and South), with equally divided forces, and if we cut such a magnet, then we receive two identical ones, with a neutral “Bloch Wall” always in the middle. Meanwhile after years of research we have designed a magnetic system capable of delivering concentrated mono-polar magnetic field with specifically designed configuration, induction and high-density flux. This field is of a “mono-polar” nature, since Magnetizer utilizes the preponderance of its energy of only one of its magnets’ poles, while screening, through the patented steel driver plate, the energy of the other pole, which gets dispersed. That energy (S or N, depending upon the application), contrary to all other multi-polar systems (including the bi-polar ones) is not cancelled out by the opposite pole. This way Magnetizer effectively polarizes all fluids that pass through its field. It comprises ceramic magnetic alloys, coupled with Flux Driver Plate® encapsulated in high grade plasticol of different thermal characteristics, depending on final usage (pipe temperature).
A duo-pole system above and the monopolar method of fluid treatment patented in Magnetizer, below.
Monopolar or Bipolar systems?
In order to achieve maximum positive or negative magnetic charge in a fluid, only the singular pole influence should be used. By analogy, if hot water is desired, why to add the cold one, and vice versa. All mutually cancelling bi- or multi- polar opposing pole systems give left/right displacement of electron spin (“hot/cold”) equal 50/50 and thereby have proven throughout the years to give the improper exit pole imprinting, one of the two parameters of effective fluid conditioning. The second parameter is the high strength of MF (magnetic field). Most single sided bi- or multi-polar systems are extremely low powered to effectively condition fluids for guaranteed results. The reason is that MF generated by any magnet originates and is concentrated in its head. The field emanates then and disseminates like an umbrella all around the magnet until it goes to the other head, greatly reducing the power at its sides. The field measured at the magnet’s sides represents only a very minor percentage of its total magnetic strength. With bi- or multi- polar systems fluid flowing along side of the magnet forces the magnet’s lateral fields to do the conditioning. Thus, almost 95% of bi-polar unit’s potential magnetic strength is wasted, as naturally the lines of flux travel between the poles and not axially (radially) into the center of a pipe to properly condition fluid.
Differences between the Bi-polar and Monopolar systems
The single (mono) pole method of the Magnetizer fluid conditioning has no cancelling effect and practically offers the highest necessary flux density (“voltage”) available (please see a video clip). Our ceramic, aerospace quality, strontium ferrite magnets, with an industry power rating of 8-9 (much higher and more effective than in other systems) are magnetized through their thickness. The fluid is exposed exclusively to the head, where all the power is. When the Magnetizer is placed parallel to the flow, around the outside circumference of a pipe, the entire head of one of its poles faces fluid, while the opposite pole radiates an insignificant part of its power away from it. Such a configuration serves to concentrate one pole’s full strength into the fluid’s mass. This results in fluid being properly conditioned by great concentration of power.
The Magnetizer:Mundimag® Paradigm
As if this was not enough, and to dispel critics who point to other competitive and strong neodymium systems, we have now available at our arsenal of fluid treatment methods the latest generation magnetic system ten (10) times more powerful then the legendary Magnetizer.
We have managed to harness the power of sequential pulse magnetization to focus the gradual increase of magnetic flux in a mono-polar fashion towards the passing fluid. Our unique and proprietary sequential magnetization method is the most efficient method in effective conditioning of liquid media currently available in the world.
Thus the first link, the new Mundimag® systems are used to inject extremely strong magnetic flux in order to stimulate (vibrate) molecules. These are 45 mln Gauss-Oersted systems—from the same patented mono-polar family (with standard asymmetric magnetic field distribution of its piles)—ten (10) times the strength of the second link! The latter, comprising of the Magnetizer systems (4.5 mln Gauss-Oersted energy units)—utilizes this unique and patented magnetization principal in order to accept and pulse the magnetic flux further upstream. This specific and unique agglomeration of magnetic flux in pulsating sequential magnetization method guarantees the most efficient fluid conditioning treatment in the world today.