How our technology and waveform change the state of molecules in water
A physical, ionic change takes place that repels silica, alumina and iron which normally act as binders and make scale form. Free electrons are generated which allow Ca (Calcium) and Mg (Magnesium) to dissociate from CO3 (Carbonate), SO4 (Sulphate) and HCO3 (Hyrdocarbonate) and assume their neutral atomic states. This stops scale from forming and removes scale deposits.
On evaporation, only neutral minerals form and any calcium carbonate scale that’s left will form as neutral aragonite instead of calcite. Neutral aragonite will deposit as sediment – in low flow areas, at the bottom of sumps, in cooling tower basins – where it can be removed with ease at regular service intervals.
The induced stream of electrons also transforms trivalent iron into divalent iron. Rust particles are dislodged and flushed out until a protective film of saturated ferrous oxide is formed inside the pipe.