The effect of a magnetic field upon water results in the disruption
of the intermolecular water bonds and accordingly reduces the surface
tension of the water.
It is this reduced surface tension that permits the
scale to reach a higher degree of hydration. The increased hydration of
the scale cause it to be weakened which allows the simple mechanical
agitation of the water's movement to physically remove the scale from
pipe, boiler, or whatever device the water is used in or flowing
In respect to the effects of the systems upon acid or
alkaline water, the following is proven to be true. 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. PH of less than 7.0 will see the PH rise towards neutral
and PH of greater than 7.0 lower towards neutral.
The Magnetic buffering of water tends to reduce the
corrosiveness of water. Additionally, red iron rust which is
water-soluble is converted to passive black iron rust.