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MAGNETIZER® is far more beneficial than the traditional methods of softening water as they are chemical based, salt or power using, whereas MAGNETIZER® is an ecologically sustainable, monopolar, natural, healthy and organic method of softening water. Comparative differences between the traditional chemical, ionic exchange/salt based and RO water softening methods vs. the Magnetizer’s ecologically sustainable, natural, magnetic, mono-polar way are presented in the table below.

ChemicalIon ExchangeReverse Osmosis or UltrafiltrationsThe Magnetizer Technology
Chemical additives are used to control pH, thermal capacity, corrosion, etc. They are expensiveSalt based water softeners utilize the ionic exchange of the Sodium in salt (NaCl) for the Calcium (CaCO3), or other mineral, in the water (NaCl + CaCO3 = CaCl + NaCO3).Involves forcing untreated water through a membrane that selectively filters certain constituents out off the fluid.Nothing is added to the fluid - it works by rearranging the molecules already present in the fluid and additives are unnecessary.
System requires constant monitoring & maintenance to assure proper conditioning.While soft water is produced, a considerable expense is incurred (price of softener, salt supplies, replacement of the ionized bed, the softener's average life of 7 years, health risks).The system requires very high pressure because the membrane used as the filter medium is essentially non-porous.No power required - permanent magnets supply "free" effective energy. No power supplies to burn out.
Chemicals may be hazardous to employees or environment whenever processes fluids are flushed /spilled.Sodium must be added to the water in place of the mineral that is removed ("salt-ion exchange").
The mineral deposits slowly damage the system.
In areas that have high mineral or salt content, the membranes must be flushed frequently (and replaced often).No continuing maintenance required after the installation and no recharging or further attention is needed following the initial techniques and/or the Stabilization Period.
May incur unwanted pressure drop increasing energy requirements.The sodium released into the softened water is corrosive (the corrosion due to scale has been replaced with corrosion due to sodium - an undesirable trade-off).
Health & environmental hazard due to hypertensive effect of sodium on human body (the delicate electrolytic balance of sodium/potassium ions is unsettled) and danger of sodium toxification to the area ground water (in increasing areas the communities, doctors, hospitals and rest homes prohibit salt-ion exchange systems).
This always requires downtime and a major usage (loss) of water. R/O units typically waste half of the processed water.A "snap-on" design, unlike the other solutions that are "inline" and become part of the system is removable (and portable) allowing risk free testing & installation.