Electric and Magnetic Water Filters Information
Electric and magnetic water filters use electrical charging and magnetic energy to treat water and wastewater. The electric treatment of water forces oppositely-charged ions to move in opposite directions. This produces collisions which result in the formation of microscopic nuclei. In turn, these nuclei cause calcium carbonate to precipitate within the water. Electromagnetic treatment passes water through a magnetic field. This changes the electrical properties of water and dissociates agglomerations or clusters of water molecules. In this way, both electric and electromagnetic wastewater and water treatment equipment can be used to improve the dissolution capacity of water. Electric and magnetic water filters can use the electromagnetic signal and interaction of the induced electric field with colloidal particles. Some wastewater treatment systems apply an electric treatment to purify water or wastewater. Typically, a wastewater treatment system uses a multi-stage process to renovate waste water before it is reused. A wastewater treatment system also removes organic matter, solids, nutrients, disease-causing organisms, and other pollutants from wastewater. State, local, and national regulations are important considerations. Electric and magnetic water filters that use electromagnetic technology imparts pulsed, high-frequency electromagnetic energy into flowing water by inducing varying electromagnetic fields 60 times per second. Generally, electromagnetic water treatment employs an external solenoid coil through which alternating or pulsed currents are passed. This process creates an electromagnetic pulsed poly-frequency field in the water system, which forces scaling calcium ions to form inert non-scaling crystals of calcium carbonate to safely wash through the system. The pulsed electromagnetic frequency field uses the conductivity of the water to extend protection throughout the entire circulation system. Electric treatments and electromagnetic treatments should adhere to specifications established by the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE).