How Magnetic Coolant Treatment Helps Improving Fuel Economy
By Deepak Mishra
In the 21st Century, the high cost of gasoline, diesel, marine fuel, natural gas, and propane gas make it incumbent on all companies, governments, and individuals to reduce energy costs. Magnetic fuel treatment systems are a cost-effective and responsible solution to this increasingly expensive problem and are often used in fuel-saver devices. Here, the use of magnets, for example, results from knowing that all liquids exhibit magnetic susceptibility.
There are many fuel-saver devices in the market. Still, it’s not found anywhere else that a magnetic treatment conditions the radiator’s coolant, which also helps improve fuel economy, as proven by tests.
This process saves the overheating of your car engine, proportionally improving fuel economy.
This is how it generally works: in the magnetic water treatment process, the effect of a magnetic field upon water results in the disruption of the intramolecular water bonds and accordingly reduces the surface tension of the water.
This reduced surface tension permits the scale to reach a higher degree of hydration. The increased hydration of the scale causes it to be weakened, which allows the simple mechanical agitation of the water’s movement to physically remove the scale from a pipe, boiler, and car radiators. The following is proven to be true concerning the effects of the systems upon acid or alkaline water.
Non-neutral water passing through a controlled magnetic field has the net effect of combining hydronium ions or hydroxyl ions. This has a buffering effect on the water.
Behind its operational principles lies the Nobel Prize-winning science.