So how does Hydropath Technology work?
In the diagrams above, on the left we
show a HydroFLOW Unit
(in this case representing a HS-38) mounted on a
pipe which represents the whole of the
plumbing system. As the
electric field (AC signal) is generated by the SC
Unit, current (IAC)
is flowing along the length of the pipe. The distance
the signal will travel is directly proportional to the strength of
the signals peak to peak VOLTAGE, and the conductivity of the fluid
media or piping material. Since voltage divides at each branch in
the piping circuit, just as it does on other conductors, the length
of travel is also reduced accordingly. With the standing sine
wave being a frequency of approximately 200 kHz, this gives us a
quarter wavelength of 410 yards. Because we are referring to
corrosion in this discussion, in this case we will consider the pipe
to be made of a conductive material.
Those who understand electrical
principles will realize that this is exactly the same effect which
occurs along electrical transmission lines bringing power into our
homes and workplaces, although in this case the frequency used in
the USA is 60Hz.
Although the HydroFLOW is not a magnet itself, the
current generates co-axial magnetic lines
(flux) at right angles along the entire piping system,
to the point at which the signal is dissipated. The flux
field established are indicated
as the red circles
in the above diagrams, and will also diminish as the signal moves
away from the unit itself. The
flux field should not to be confused with the electrical
field, which is what is directly being generated by the unit
itself, and being induced into the fluid column.
Here is a link for more information regarding
magnetic fields in relation to electric signals.
For those of you concerned about EMF radiation, keep in mind that
the EMF radiation being generated by the monitor you are currently
looking at is most likely 1000x (or more) greater than EMF resulting
from the signal which HydroFLOW generates.
The resulting magnetic field generated
is much more concentrated in the center
along the entire length of the pipe, as you can see in the diagram
on the right. This strong magnetic
field forces the electrons (of the IAC)
to travel as far away from the center as
possible. If the pipe is a
metal conductor, all the electrons will travel on the outer skin of
that pipe. This has an important
effect on the formation of corrosion. By
eliminating the electrons from the surface in contact with the
water, no corrosion can form inside the pipes.
One of the most important effects generated by
HydroFLOW is the elimination of
corrosion inside the piping systems.
Other physical water treatment systems simply can not
achieve this effect due to the magnetic field being localized to the
immediate area of the unit itself.