Magnetizer® Tests and Evaluations
References and Testimonials that you will find on this page have been based on numerous tests and evaluations that have made MAGNETIZER® one of the most tested and examined magnetic fluid conditioner in the world.
|TEST DATA OVERVIEW|
|Magnetizer® Distributors and Dealers have sold a wide range of products based on our patented ceramic-magnet-array technology into the consumer and residential markets. This technology has been enhanced over the years through research and trial & error method to calibrate for the best installation placement for effective energy-saving performance in commercial and industrial use.
The following extracts have been taken from technical reports of tests conducted in many countries and in a variety of applications, including...
|• Gasoline/Diesel engines
• Boilers (Fuel and Water side)
• Water treatment
• Cooling Towers, Chillers and Evaporators
• Marine & Boating
• Pulp & Paper Mills
• Heating/Air conditioning
• Crop Booster in Agri/Horticulture
|References and pertinent documentation's are available upon request.|
Magnetizer® Engine Fuel Efficiency/Emissions Reductions Test Data
The following section contains a comprehensive list of Magnetizer® technical trials in fuel applications. This overview is supported by reports, analysis, including conclusions, charts, recommendations, referrals and/or testimonials regarding tests from around the world.
They were all performed under Federal EPA Code 40 CFR, Sec. 51.351.
These are before & after results and they clearly show how dramatically Magnetizer® is reducing emissions and vehicle pollution while increasing fuel efficiency. In most of these test reports the full Magnetizer® system was utilized, giving dramatic emissions reductions.
Emissions = Unburned Fuel
Reduction of Emissions = Fuel Savings
For explanation on how Magnetizer® fits into this equation and its Theory of Operation please click here.
|PASSENGER GASOLINE/DIESEL ENGINES|
|% HC Decrease||CO|
|% CO Decrease|
|Chevy 307, V8||774||580||25%||0.06||0.00||100%|
|Chevy 400, V8||141||37||73%||1.78||0.21||88%|
|Chevy 2.8L, V6||46||11||76%||0.31||0.00||100%|
|85 Pontiac 6000||227||42||81%||0.33||0.04||89%|
|Escort 4 Cyl.1||259||54||79%||5.9||0.25||96%|
|Ford Pick-Up V8||158||16||90%||0.21||0.21||57%|
|88 Nissan V6 3.0 4x42||130||30||77%||1.7||0.00||100%|
|84 Chevy V8||12||0||100%||0.00||0.00||---|
|83 Chevy V6, (C)2||72||0||100%||0.64||0.01||98%|
|78 Olds 280 V6 (C)2||348||65||81%||0.04||0.01||75%|
|82 Lincoln 302 V8 (C)2||13||4||69%||0.05||0.00||100%|
|88 Ford 2.3L (F.I.)2||193||20||90%||0.80||0.01||98%|
|86 Dodge 318 V8 (C)2||125||15||88%||1.24||0.02||98%|
|87 Jeep 4.0L V62||18||8||55%||0.09||0.04||55%|
|75 Buick 350 V8 (C)2,3||128||95||26%||4.21||4.04||4%|
|Chevy Van V8||190||125||65%||1.8||0.30||81%|
|Hyundai 4 Cyl.4||18||14||22%||5.69||0.02||99%|
|91 Suzuki, 4 cyl.a||170||100||41%||1.6||0.15||91%|
|88 Volkswagen, 4 cyl.a||320||270||15%||6.2||3.6||42%|
|86 Mitsubishi, 4 cyl.a||390||330||15%||3.8||2.8||26%|
|76 Chevy, 4 cyl.a||320||180||44%||3.6||1.0||72%|
|69 Corvette 350 CID||383||197||48%||7.85||1.98||74%|
|90 Olds 6 Cyl.||60||48||20%||0.32||0.23||31%|
|83 Chevy 305||230||163||20%||9.83||8.60||12%|
|90 Chevy Luv 1600 cc||3.96||3.20||19.20%||57.3||53.7||6.30%|
|Fiat 126 Polska||N/A||N/A||20%||N/A||N/A||45%|
|79 Chevy 350 CID||366||38||90%||2.77||0.16||94%|
|86 Chevy V6, 2.8L||19||12.5||65%||0.02||0.00||100%|
|90 Chevy 350 (C)||79||21||73%||0.14||0.01||93%|
|84 BMW 6 Cyl.||64||39||39%||0.60||0.05||90%|
|VW Quantum 4||N/A||N/A||N/A||1.5||0.5||66%|
|93 Proton 1.5L||130||100||23%||2.0||1.4||30%|
|Maruti (India Vehicle)||100||60||40%||2.6||1.6||30%|
|94 Chevy Suburban||56.0||6.0||89%||0.10||0.00||100%|
|90 Ford Bronco||69.0||10.0||86%||0.19||0.00||100%|
|D Truck/V6 Duetz||40 ppm||10 ppm||75% diesel ppm|
|(C) = Carburetor (F.I.) = Fuel Injection * = Accuracy within +/- .04
a = Guatemalan Report b = Argentinean Test c = Malaysian OEM Test
1 = Boston Gas Company 2 = On file with Magnexx Corporation
3 = Buick has heavy deposits, must go through stabilization period to attain full results.
4 Stabilization period only, final not available.
|All tests performed under Federal EPA Code 40 CFR, Sec. 51.351|
These are before & after results with a Magnetizer™ installed showing reduced emissions.
Emissions = Unburned Fuel / Reduction of Emissions = Fuel Savings
|COMMERCIAL GASOLINE ENGINES|
|Tests show 20% gasoline fuel savings with substantial emissions reduction.|
|California emissions tests show 85% reduction of hydrocarbons, 73% reduction of nitrous monoxide, 84% reduction of carbon monoxide. Note – all emissions testing stations through the years have shown the approximate same results. These emissions are unburned fuel – any reduction is an indication of fuel savings.|
|Canadian Postal Service Van (3.9L 2000 Dodge C/V)|
|The Canadian Postal Service tested the vehicle. Baseline measurements were taken for Hydrocarbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide emissions as well as fuel consumption at idle, and at 2000 rpm. The main observations were a 48% reduction in Hydrocarbon emissions and an 8.64% reduction in the Air/Fuel ratio indicating a similar improvement in fuel consumption.|
|Polish Military: Regional Technical Repair Shops in Warsaw (12 Rejonowe Warsztaty Techniczne w Warszawie).|
|The author of the report, Col. Lic. Ing. Henryk Bielinski concludes in his report regarding tests done on various vehicles including those used by the High Command in Warsaw:
“The received results give us the base for the recommendation of the Magnetizers not only in the combat environment, but for a wide application in all military vehicles.”
|User, Casablanca, Morocco|
|"Magnetizer'ed consumption is lower than the manufacturer's fuel consumption by 1.6 L / Km - a reduction of 24.61%.
In Speed 120 Km/h (driving [in 2012] Honda cruise control) the average fuel consumption of 5.3 l/100kms gives us a reduction of 18.46%.
This reduction varies in different parts of the road (inclination 290 m to 64 m a.s.l.) and varies between 12%, 14%, 17% to 24.61%.
|User, Santos, SP, Brazil|
|Fiat Palio Fire, model 2003, gasoline, 1.0 L, 130,000 kms.
"I really had [in April 2012] 20% of fuel economy, keeping high performance of my FIAT. The car improved by 60% its power. For example: I usually go to other city (2 hour from here) and there is a sierra with 2624 feets. Before I installed the equipment, I drove in a speed marking 60 - 80km/hour and now, after installation, I drive about 100 km/hour without forcing the engine."
|User, Western US|
|Went from 19 mpg to 22 mpg the first tank, then went to 32 mpg the second tank. 4 cylinder, Japanese car.|
|U.S. AIR FORCE|
| Apart from two diesel engine driven vehicles (see DIESEL tests above), two additional gasoline engine driven vehicles were selected for testing at Hurlburt Field, FL, home to the Air Force Special Operations Command and the 1st Special Operations Wing. Tests were conducted in accordance with MEEP (Materiel Command Management & Equipment Evaluation Program).
"The Magnetizer fuel treatment system demonstrated the ability to reduce harmful emissions in both gasoline and diesel engines..."
"We are recommending the Magnetizer fuel system magnets be approved for Air Force adoption. Further recommend a national stock number be assigned."
|U.S. Postal Service Van (2.5L Grumman, fuel injected, automatic transmission.|
|The vehicle was tested under the supervision of the Northern California Diagnostic labs Inc according to the Code of Federal Regulations 40 CFR 600.113-88 protocol. After baseline measurements were taken for Hydrocarbon, Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide emissions as well as fuel consumption at idle, a Magnetizer emission reduction system was installed on the vehicle and the following observations were made - a reduction in hydrocarbon
emissions was observed of 15.9%, a reduction in Carbon Monoxide of 11.37% while fuel consumption decreased by 8.68%. The Postal test mpg achieved much lower than normal driving increases because of this stop & go type utility vehicle.
|COMMERCIAL DIESEL ENGINES|
|A 16-valve diesel-engine locomotive that travels approximately 150,000 km a year was tested. For 6 months, data was collected on fuel consumption and carbon build-up with no magnets, and for another 6 months with magnets installed. Over the entire test, an average savings in fuel of between 4.5% and 4.9% was achieved with a maximum saving of 9.1% for one of the months. Simultaneously, hard carbon deposits changed to soft carbon resulting in significantly easier periodic maintenance.|
|Tests show 20.11% diesel fuel savings with substantial emissions opacity reduction.|
|Ministry of Surface Transport - Diesel Bus test resulted in a 16.8% diesel savings - 10.7 to 12.5 Kilometers per liter.|
|United States Air Force|
|The USAF Management & Equipment Evaluation Program tested two vehicles over six months, one gasoline-powered and one diesel-powered. Because of the USAF’s fuel issuance methods, fuel consumption had to be measured indirectly by measuring unburned hydrocarbons in the vehicles’ emissions. The results, at a test load of 2500 rpm, were a reduction in unburned hydrocarbons of 75% (diesel) and 70% (gasoline). Carbon Monoxide emissions were also substantially reduced. |
The seven page report with Results, Recommendations and Charts is available upon request.
|Wyższa Szkoła Morska (Higher Maritime College), Gdynia, Poland|
|Seven diesel engine test sessions with intervals of 4-7 days in between were done with a Conclusion:|
“The test results obtained encourage to install Magnetizers on warships’ high pressure [diesel] engines in exploitation conditions".
|OTHER CERTIFIED TESTS|
|Beijing Railway||Locomotive average fuel savings - 4.88-5.91%. 60% reduction smog & elimination of carbon buildup in the Combustion chambers. Elimination of boiler scale. See more here.|
|City of Berkeley, California||Recommendation was made to install on the balance of the fleet and 4 of the waste huller trucks.|
|Environmental Protection Agency (Latin America)||18.8% reduction in fuel consumption. CVS-75 Standard Motor Industry Test.|
|EPA/Sri Lanka (Ceylon)||Diesel Smoke Opacity Emission Test, 60% reduction in Diesel Emissions|
|Penske Racing||4.8% increase in horsepower on some of the most finely tuned and engineered vehicles in the world.|
|Sirim/Malaysia||Average of 5% Fuel Savings, 40% reduction in carbon monoxide emissions.|
|United States Air Force||80% reduction in smoke, +50% reduction in carbon monoxides, +50% reduction in hydrocarbons. Petrol vehicles fitted WITH catalytic converters. More information here.|
|US Postal Service, CA||Fuel Savings of + 8%, Reduction of Hydrocarbons by + 15%, Reduction of Carbon Monoxide by + 11%.|
|U.S. Federal Border Patrol||+10% increases in fuel savings, +50% reductions in carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons.|
|VTEC||Fuel savings of 26% under laboratory conditions on equipment calibrated to the United States equivalent of NAMAS.|
|Various Field Tests from the US and around the world.|
|Ford/Volkswagen||In excess of 50% reduction in carbon monoxide emissions|
|Mercedes Benz||Well over 50% reduction in smoke, hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide.|
|Nissan ||Tests on 5 vehicles all showed dramatic reductions in hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide.|
|Proton||Significant reduction in carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons.|
|Quality Automotive||Report shows long-term positive effects of Magnetizer EPM Systems|
Magnetizer® Natural Gas Test Data
|NATURAL GAS HEATING|
|204 Residential Apartments, Quebec City, Canada, 1999|
|“We have monitored the consumption of natural gas as per the Gaz Metropolitan invoices forwarded by you recently. In conclusion this report indicates savings with magnetic [adjusted for yearly variations in ‘degree days’]
Base year was 1996/97 1998/99 vs. 1996/97 13.3% [Reduction in natural gas used]
1998/99 vs. 1997/98 12.6% [Reduction in natural gas used]”
|McReedy East Mine – Heating House|
|“Ventilation of a mine is one of the most important functions that allow miners to go to work everyday. A one-year period of monitoring was done on the heater house [that heats mine ventilation air in the winter] without magnets, and the second year the magnets were installed on the headers of the heater house. This installation was monitored and after two years the results were completed in May 2002. The savings in natural gas as a result of the installation of magnets was 11.95% in 2001-2002 when compared to 2000-2001.”|
|Nexacor Realty Management, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, 2001|
|Multi unit Apartment building powered by natural gas benefited an energy savings of 10.97% based upon available data for previous years.|
|University of California|
|Saved $4,200 yearly on elimination of chemicals, acid treatments, drilling, & maintenance. Tested in 1991, that would be approx. $6,300 in 2004 dollars. ROI in 2 months.|
|Wallace McBain & Associates Building, 299 Mill Road, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, 1999
|“This report compares the Degree-Day values for the building over the last two winters. This comparison shows a decrease of 9.73 cubic meters per degree-day. Percentage of saving - 7.5%.
Our treatment is only on the heating boilers. These boilers consume 58% of the building's total cubic meters. Therefore 7.5% divided by 58% consumption factor gives an overall 12.9% savings.”
|York Holdings Office Building, Montreal, Canada, 1999|
|“We have computed the consumption, occupancy and degree-days… in making a comparison for the six (6) month period of January – June in the years of 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999, as per available data. The saving achieved of 8.3% based on an average [energy] consumption of $120,000.”
|NATURAL GAS COGENERATION SYSTEM|
|Deutz TCG 2020 Engine - 1050-2000 kW in Swissotel - changes following 28 days of operation (Summer 2013)|
|Parameter||June - Pre Installation||August 19 - 28 days following installation||Percent Change||Effect||Desired Results|
|CO - kg/h||1.50296||0.4575266||69.5583%||Decrease||Realized|
|CO2 - kg/h||0||0.048701||4.8701%||Increase||Realized|
|NO - kg/h||0.92018||0.4667284||49.2786%||Decrease||Realized|
|NO2 - kg/h||1.76368||0.715650||59.4229%||Decrease||Realized|
|Gas Temp - Celcius||106.43||112.63||5.8254%||Increase||Realized|
Magnetizer® HVAC Test Data
|HVAC & REFRIGERATION|
|Building Owner, Colombia, South America.|
|He owns a building with 30 apartments in hot climate that require well functioning Air Conditioning systems. They had problems with A/C units (noise, not working properly, tenants sweating and complaining). After installing Magnetizer systems they almost immediately noticed better working of the A/C units. In 15 days the electricity bill per one apartment (A/C unit) was reduced by $20.00 x 2 = $40.00 saving per month x 30 apartments = $1,200.00 saved per month per building x 12 months = $14,400.00 savings per building.|
|Greek Hotel, Las Vegas|
|Test results from 900 ton chiller installed in the Greek Hotel, Las Vegas indicated a gain in COP (Co-efficient of Performance) of 20-25%, resulting in an energy reduction of 8-12% depending on environmental factors, degree- days, type of equipment and refrigerant mixture used, which confirm Dr. Sami’s scientific findings.|
|Laboratory Testing: Research Center for Energy Conservation, University of Moncton, Canada|
|Dr. Samuel Sami, Director of the Research Center, a Fellow of ASHRAE & ASME and a registered engineer in New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario has tested this brand-new application according to ARI/ ASHRAE standards, for Magnetizer ceramic magnet arrays. Dr. Sami’s report reached the following conclusion;
“On the average it appears that higher Gauss levels [from Magnetizer products] enhanced the evaporator COP [Co-efficient of Performance] by 20-25% depending upon the refrigerant mixture boiling point. Also higher Gauss levels results in decreasing the power consumption. The decrease of the power consumption appears to be around 8-12%.”
Summary Of Laboratory Testing:
University of Moncton laboratories testing according to the ARI and ASHRAE standards showed significant enhancement of the Performance characteristics of refrigeration equipment after magnetic treatment;
• Enhancement the cooling capacity on the average by 25%.
• Improvement of the Coefficient of Performance COP on the average by 20%.
• Reduce equipment power consumption by around 8%.
• Carry less liquid refrigerant into the compressor chamber.
• Enhancement of the heating capacity of equipment even at low evaporation temperatures
• Decrease discharge pressure and Increase discharge temperature
Please note that the aforementioned significant characteristics are refrigerant boiling point dependent.
The testing results and their analysis have been published in various prestigious scientific journals such as the International Journal of Energy Research and ASME IMECE conferences proceedings.
|Field testing in Puerto Rico for various equipment brands such as York, Carrier, McQuay, Armstrong, MTG, Trane and Hussmann confirmed the laboratory testing and exceeded Clients' expectations.
These field testing covered different applications namely, window units, A/C split systems, Supermarket units with cooling capacities varying from one to hundred tons. Other equipment is being tested and analyzed.
|Partial List of Equipment tested in Puerto Rico:|
|1. Maquina-Trane XE1000 Fab.2001 Esc.Mont|
|2. Maquina -Trene XE1000 Fab.2000 Esc.Mont.|
|3. Maquina -Trane XB10 Fab.2004 Esc.Mont.
Datos: 23-03-05 Amp.Rojo 11.50-Negro 13.40-V235
23-03-05 Amp.Negro 19.60-Rojo 17.50-V235
23-03-05 Amp.Negro 10.80-Rojo 10.20 V240
|4. Maquina -Trane XB1000 Fab.2003 Esc.Mont.|
23-03-05 Amp.Negro 6.20-Rojo 6.50-V240
|5. Maquina -MCQuay McQuay Off.|
19-11-03 Amp. 10.40- 9.20- 7.60 V
14-01-04 Amp. 10.00- 7.60- 8.00 V
|6. Maquina-York Hosp. A.M.
7-19-03 Amp.14.20—14.30—13.50 V208
2-09-05 Amp.12.90-08.50-11.80 V208
|7. Maquina -RFC Morales Apliace|
30-03-05 Amp.Negro 10.10-Rojo 08.30-V220.90
|8. Maquina -RFC|
10-16-03 Amp.Neg.21.30-Ama.17.00—Rojo 10.00—V233
30-03-05 Amp.Neg.20.90-Ama.15.30-Rojo 07.80-V233
|9. Maquina -Amstrong
Modelo: SCU10B36A-3 Hosp.Presv
09-03-05 Amp.Rojo 11.10-Negro 14.00- V196.30
01-04-05 Amp.Rojo 11.70-Negro 14.50- V217.00
|10. Maquina -Hussmann|
Max.Over Curr.Prot.Div. 480V-175Amp.
|11. Maquina -Carrier Modelo: ? Family H.Food|
01-04-05 Amp.Neg.19.30-Azul 14.60-Ama.7.80-V234.30
Magnetizer® Water Test Data
A comprehensive list of technical trials with Magnetizer® in water applications including conclusions, recommendations and/or testimonials of end-users. This overview is supported by reports, analysis, charts and referrals available upon request.
|RESIDENTIAL WATER TREATMENT|
|ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECT AGENCY, Springfield, Virginia|
|A study prepared by Systems and Services Company, Rockville, Maryland, concluded that after magnetic treatment with Magnetizer natural water does not, when heated, produce a hard scale on the walls of a boiler or heating pipes, but rather a loose sludge which settles to the bottom and can easily be removed or flushed without acid treatment.|
|ASTB/CRIPPEN LABORATORIES, INC., New Castle, DE|
|The Magnetizer unit was attached to a breaker containing calcium and magnesium in water solutions. The authorities at the ASTB laboratories concluded that the ion X-changer and filter alone remove only around 90% of the calcium and magnesium. The Magnetizer unit seems to improve the removal efficiency to better than 99% of the contained calcium and magnesium.|
|CANADIAN ENERGY CONTROL, Regina, Saskatchewan|
|It has been concluded by the CEC that the installation of the Magnetizer system removed the mineral buildup on the domestic water system where applied.|
|COMMERCIAL WATER TREATMENT|
|Ministry of Defense – Eliminated chemicals while reducing maintenance and costs. Test results – reduction of normal, extremely high levels of bacteria and dissolvable iron to considerably lower levels than allowable levels as permitted by Ministry of Health. Dissolvable iron was reduced from 2.5% to 0.2% (0.3 percent allowable).|
|Design Logistics, Manhattan|
|A commercial building at 260 Madison Avenue, with 523,000 square feet of office space on 25 floors, was equipped with magnetic arrays on its 2 cooling towers, 2 x 500 ton chillers and 2 x 125 hp water pumps. After 6 months, the following results were observed - a 20% increase in temperature differential across the chillers, a 10-fold increase in scale removed, 95% reduction in treatment chemicals and 70% less cleaning time. This translated to savings of $23,332.00 in electrical costs, $9,500.00 in chemical costs, $3,000.00 in preventive maintenance costs, and $2,400.00 in cleaning time, for a total annual saving of $38,232.00, compared with the previous year.|
|Hilton Towers Hotel, Manhattan|
|Magnetic arrays have been installed on the New York Hilton's cooling towers and two 250-ton chillers for several years. Scale has been reduced virtually to zero and water-treatment chemicals have been reduced to zero except for a small quantity of biocide needed to satisfy the Dept. of Health requirements. Maintenance of the water systems has been reduced substantially. Hilton Report (on file and available upon request): "Mike [Hilton V.P. & Director of Operations] is frankly amazed. He is a little reluctant to tell anyone about the results, because ‘they look at me as if I had three heads.’ His enthusiasm was boundless. He cannot understand why everyone isn’t using Magnetizer - especially since the units require no maintenance and are guaranteed for life."
You can see the results here.
|Novotel Hotel, Dubai, UAE|
|Magnetizer unit was installed on Laundry steam boiler, Ice Cube Machine, Coffee Espresso, and Dishwasher. The customer was very satisfied and reported the following;
1. Stopped using chemical treatment
2. No shut down for maintenance
3. Manpower is saved to do other important work
4. Costs are reduced on labor and chemicals.
|Command of The Second Pomeranian Military District (Polish Army)|
|The official recommendation from the Command of the Second Pomeranian Military District (Dowództwo II-giego Pomorskiego Okręgu Wojskowego) to implement and start using Magnetizers was signed by the Chief of Logistics and Deputy Commander, Col. Dipl. Ing. Benedykt Grobelny. That important recommendation and endorsement was based on months long scrupulous tests conducted by the military in Northern Poland that resulted in hundreds of Magnetizer systems being bought and installed throughout the various army installations in Poland with great benefit for their infrastructure: improvement of heating systems due to removal of scale, corrosion gone from inner surfaces of pipes after one year continuous usage of Magnetizers, low cost of that method, i.e. about 1% expense of infrastructure replacement cost.|
|Correctional Facility, Danbury, Connecticut|
|All applicable water treatment for scaled boilers and condensate return lines was successfully accomplished. Natural gas fuel systems for the same boilers were installed and the results were as promised: control of scale on the water side and reduced fuel consumption on the fuel installations. Removed softener to boiler (eliminated chemicals). Able to reduce continuous blow downs 60-75%. Eliminating scale eliminated pitting. Garden hose flush instead of punching out the tubes. Saving of $23-$26,000.00 yearly.|
|Canada Post Office – North Tower|
|Magnetic arrays were installed on 3 boilers used for heating this sorting facility. Since the boiler instrumentation included individual stack temperature thermometers but not individual fuel flow meters, combustion efficiency was measured via increases in stack temperatures. Over 22 boiler ‘runs’, stack temperature readings were taken, and, comparing 11 runs without magnets to 11 runs with magnets a 9.8% increase in thermal efficiency was achieved.|
|IBM White Plains, New York|
|IBM service contractor tested 300 HP natural gas burners, with 3 inches galvanized fuel lines. Monitoring through the demonstration was done in the presence of Global EnviroTech, Inc. Valco Energy Systems, and the on site engineering staff at the IBM location
The average fuel consumption per degree-day with Magnetizer treatment was reduced by 17%. The estimated average savings was $20,000. This particular installation had one time cost of $6,354. Test analysis and results available upon request.
|Scarsdale Manor, Scarsdale, New York|
|A.B. Wolle, Inc served two Boilers installed in the Scarsdale Manor facility. The performance of the two boilers was tested prior to the Magnetizer installation using Bacharach Fyrite II Combustion Analyzer.
Perhaps the most dramatic occurrence during the testing was noted by A.B. Wolle Inc. two months after installation that when using “dirty oil” such as #4 or #6 oil the boiler efficiency increased instead of decreasing. Both boilers showed yearly fuel savings of 17% and 19% respectively. The yearly savings was $17,855 with cost of Magnetizer equipment of $3,716.
| Siemens factory, Kartal, Istanbul
|“We have assembled MAGNETIZER Fuel Saving Systems on our three Natural Gas Hot Water boilers – average savings were 18.6%” verified by Chief Engineer. See the referral by clicking here.|
Magnetizer® Swimming Pool Test Data
|COMMERCIAL SWIMMING POOL TREATMENT|
|Aqua Science Consultants, Victoria, Australia.|
|Magnetizer system was installed to reduce the calcification rate of the spa heater tube bundle. The flow rate was 12 liters per minutes. It should be noted that after each run, the weight of the heater bundle was returned to approximately 4431 grams and the weight differential was recorded. After each run, hardness chemicals were dissolved in the water to ensure scaling in a relatively short time.|
|Ebbw Vale Leisure Center, U.K.|
|Magnetic arrays were fitted to the heating and filtration systems for the main indoor 250,000-gallon pool, water slides, and the 11,760-gallon learner pool. By lowering the surface tension of the water, the Magnetizer system enables filtration systems to become more efficient, lowering back-washing intervals by 70%, heating costs by almost 70% and chemical use by 48%, while maintaining clinically safe water quality. Overall, the cost of maintaining the pool fell from $25,036.00 to $10,005.00 per annum or 60%.|
Magnetizer® Crop Booster® Test Data
|After 30 days the lettuces were exceptionally crisp and succulent. Less growing time meant more profits.
|A cucumber grower in the UK reported his harvest was 86% larger. He commented “Our traditional cucumber sandwiches were tastier and more succulent with Magnetizer- grown cucumbers” (sic!)|
|An alfalfa farmer increased his crop significantly and reduced water usage.|
|94% achieved during heavy drought. Norma drought irrigation was delivering 42%.|
|Apple Grower’s Association recognizes that growers were able to plant and increase the growth rate of slower varieties, thereby adding to their profit base.|