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Are the Minerals in Hard Water Healthy?
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VAPOR / STEAM/
ALTERS MINERAL ADHESION
PROBLEM 1: Damage to your pocketbook. The high initial cost ranging from $400 - $5000 and the continued expense of keeping the system supplied with salt as well as ongoing repair and maintenance costs.
PROBLEM 2: Damage to you. High salt levels are sent downstream to you, the consumer, as a result of “softened” water. This can cause hypertension and other health related issues, plus your body is being deprived of the natural minerals in the water. You need vital water, not “dead water” with high sodium in it.
PROBLEM 3: Damage to our environment and sewage treatment systems. CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, MONTANA, OHIO other states have banned or restricted the usage of water softeners. When salt is discharged from a water softener during the regeneration process, a heavy brine solution is discharged (up to 25 gallons of brine per regeneration) into your septic system, or to a sewer treatment plant. The salt adheres to the soil as it is leached from the septic tank to the ground. This destroys the ability for plants to grow nearby, and can travel into the water table and then ruin your source of drinking water and your aquatic life. Sewer treatment discharge with high salt levels can effectively raise the chlorine in the water systems, this kills everything….BIG PROBLEM.
What can we do?
Where does Hard Water come from?
SOLUTION 1: The Cost for Magna-flexx 2500 -$39 per set*. For less than a meal at a good restaurant, you can relieve the problems and annoyances of high mineral levels in your household water permanently –Magna-flexx 2500 never needs replacing.
SOLUTION 2: No salt added. The natural healthy minerals are not taken away from your diet either.
SOLUTION 3: No dead crops or fish. No added salt to the water means nothing to worry about on the other end. The world will thank you; your city will thank you; and your crops and fish will thank you…YES!!
Simple Explanation of Water Softeners
How does a Water Softener work? Simplified.
Ionic Exchange: The typical water softener has a tank with plastic beads in it, the beads (zeolite) are saturated (coated) with salt.
The calcium & magnesium rich water runs through the beads in the tank and they are more attracted to the beads than the salt that is already there; so, they knock the salt off and grab the beads themselves. The salt is sent downstream to your house instead of the lime scale, calcium and magnesium.
Water Softener Regeneration:
When the beads in the tank can't hold any more Calcium or Magnesium, the other tank with the salty brine solution is opened up and the brine solution is flooded into the tank with the beads in it. The brine is more attracted to the beads than the calcium and magnesium, so they get knocked off the zeolite (beads) and the salt is once again coating the beads.
|| What is Magna-flexx?
Magnetic Water Conditioner/ Water Softener Substitute
Read what the US Department of Energy says about Magnetic Treatment of lime scale buildup.
How does a Salt Water Softener Work?
How does a Magnetic Water Conditioner Work?
Do I Have Hard Water?
History of magnets
Some flexible magnetic water softener re-seller's/ "manufacturer's" claim that their product modifies the fluid. But in fact: According "Federal Technologies Alert" that they are using for a reference, it states the minerals in the fluid are what are actually being affected.We are here to give you the most Ecological and Economical solution to treating your hard water.
Magnetic Mineral Treatment / Conditioner
How does a Magnetic Mineral / Water Conditioner work? Simplified:
When treated with magnetic fields, the minerals in the water adhere to each other, and don't stick to the pipes or fixtures.
THAT'S IT IN A NUTSHELL!
How does a Magnetic Water/Mineral Conditioner work? Scientific:
"When ions pass through the magnetic field, a force is exerted on each ion. The forces on ions of opposite charges are in opposite directions. The redirection of the particles tends to increase the frequency with which ions of opposite charge collide and combine to form a mineral precipitate, or insoluble compound. Since this reaction takes place in a low-temperature region of a heat exchange system, the scale formed is non-adherent." 1998 U.S. Department of Energy Federal Technology Alert
U. S. Department of Energy Report Link click here.
Read what the US Department of Energy says about Magnets.
Hopefully, this magnetic information page will enlighten you as to the many uses of magnets. We aren't telling you how to use them or what to use them for; just what others have used them for.
What is Magna-flexx?
Magna-flexx is a new, high energy (2500+ average gauss), flexible permanent magnetic material with a special magnetic polarity orientation (Patent pending).
It has a waterproof, self- adhesive side, for easy installation. Magna-flexx is low in cost, needs no power to operate, has no moving parts, and works on all types of pipe, including PLASTIC, STEEL AND COPPER. It is a Strontium Ferrite based and lasts virtually forever.
Magna-flexx is composed of Strontium-Ferrite -A PERMANENT MAGNET.
Presently the true significance of MAGNETISM is coming to light, literally.
What happens when a copper conductor is passed through a magnetic field?
ELECTRICITY IS CREATED!! Copper is not magnetic, yet the magnetic field certainly effects the copper by moving electrons through the wire. This movement of electrons generates an electrical current. CONVERSELY, if you wrap a wire around an iron rod and electrify the wire, you MAGNETIZE THE ROD! This is a fact of nature and occurs at the atomic level of the process.
All energy is electric by nature, and everything is affected by
WATER WELL OWNERS AND EXTREMELY HARD WATER LEVELS REQUIRE MORE TREATMENT:
We recommend 2 sets (4 GROUPS OF MAGNETS) for your applications.
DISCOUNTED PRICING AND SHIPPING WILL BE APPLIED.
Sources of Hardness Minerals in Drinking Water:
Forty-seven percent of the United States depend on ground water for
their basic drinking water supply.
Water is a good solvent and picks up impurities easily. Pure water --
tasteless, colorless, and odorless -- is often called the universal
solvent. When water is combined with carbon dioxide to form
very weak carbonic acid, an even better solvent result. As water
moves through soil and rock, it dissolves very small amounts of
minerals and holds them in solution. Calcium and magnesium
dissolved in water are the two most common minerals that make
water "hard." The degree of hardness becomes greater as the
calcium and magnesium content increases and is related to the
concentration of multivalent cations dissolved in the water.
How do I test for hard water?
If you are on a municipal water system, the water supplier can tell
you the hardness level of the water. There is commercial water
testing facilities that will test your water for a fee. Many companies
that sell water treatment equipment offer hardness tests. When
using these water tests, be certain you understand the nature
of the test, the water condition being measured, and the significance
of the test results.
Government Agencies and Magnetic Information:
Using Magnetic Conditioners to condition minerals in water has been used for 40+ years throughout many parts of the world. Many agencies have reported about the use of Magnetic Mineral Conditioners, including the Federal Trade Commission, U.S. Dept. of Energy, U.S. Department of Commerce, American Chemistry Society, American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers.
U.S. Dept. of Energy Report
What softener options are available?
There are three ways to help control water hardness: use a
packaged water softener (2 types available), a mechanical
water softening unit.
Packaged water softeners are chemicals that help control
water hardness. They fall into two categories: precipitating
Precipitating water softeners include washing soda and borax.
These products form an insoluble precipitate with calcium and
magnesium ions. The mineral ions then cannot interfere with
cleaning efficiency, but the precipitate makes water cloudy
and can build up on surfaces. Precipitating water softeners
increase alkalinity of the cleaning solution and this may damage
skin and other materials being cleaned.
Non-precipitating water softeners use complex phosphates
to sequester calcium and magnesium ions.
There is no precipitate to form deposits and alkalinity is
not increased. If used in enough quantity, non-precipitating
water softeners will help dissolve soap curd for a period of time.
What about a Salt Water Softener?
A Water Softener which uses salt, is the most common type
water softener. These type of water softeners have many
disadvantages. Salt systems are expensive and require a lot
of work, time and money loading salt every few weeks. If you
have ever owned one, you know exactly what I am talking about.
Maintenance and repair can be very expensive. They take up space
in an area that is usually already overcrowded. Your water will have
a bad taste. Your water feels slimy. The high levels of sodium that
a water softener leaves in the water supply are unhealthy. They
are not environmentally friendly. In many areas the use of salt
systems have become banned or restricted because of the salt
brine solution that is dumped into the sewer system.
According to the Water Quality Association (WQA), the ion
exchange softening process adds sodium at the rate of about
8 mg/liter for each grain of hardness removed per gallon of water.
For example, if the water has a hardness of 10 grains per gallon,
it will contain about 80 mg/liter of sodium after being softened in
an ion exchange water softener if all hardness minerals are removed.
Because of the sodium content of softened water, some individuals
may be advised by their physician, not to install water softeners,
to soften only hot water or to bypass the water softener with a
cold water line to provide un softened water for drinking and
cooking; usually to a separate faucet at the kitchen sink.
Mechanically softened water is not recommended for watering
plants, lawns, and gardens due to its sodium content.
Is hard water unhealthy to drink?
There have been several studies done on this subject, the truth
is that the calcium and magnesium are important minerals for us
to consume. In fact, a case study on Alzheimer's Disease shows
that an abnormally low amount of magnesium is present in patients
with the disease.
So, the fact is, we need the minerals that are present in our water
to help preserve good health.
Just leave the protective tape covering the adhesive side of the magnet(s) in place, and use some other method to secure the magnet in place (such as duct tape,) tape them to the pipe and try them out for 90 days risk free. If not satisfied return them for a full refund -less the shipping charges; as long as they are in re-useable condition.
NOT JUST TESTIMONIALS:
PRESENTLY ABOUT 30% OF OUR NEW CUSTOMERS HAVE
BEEN REFERRED BY HAPPY USERS OF OUR PRODUCTS!
HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE HAPPY BUYERS THAT WERE
REFERRED BY OTHER HAPPY BUYERS!
LEWIS G. : WASHINGTON "WE ARE HAPPY WITH YOUR
PRODUCT AND AM SENDING THIS ONE TO OUR FRIENDS"
ROBERT C. : CALIFORNIA "PRIOR CUSTOMERS"
NANCY H. : FLORIDA " FROM A FRIEND"
LAWRENCE M. : CALIFORNIA "MY FATHER"
DONALD L. : INDIANA "FRIEND"
PETR K. : MASS. "FRIEND"
RAY B. : WEST VA. "FAMILY MEMBER"
THERESA C. : RHODE ISLAND "FROM MY SON"
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DONNA T. : NEVADA "FRIEND"
JOLEYNE K. : VERMONT "NEIGHBOR"
Other countries email for shipping quote
JEFFRY P. : CALIFORNIA "SON IN LAW"
JUDY A. : COLORADO "BOB C."
JOSEPH H. : FLORIDA "FROM A PREVIOUS CUSTOMER"
DAVID D. : NEW YORK "BROTHER"
JAMES I. : CONNECTICUT "FRIEND"
CHARLES M. : PENNSYLVANIA "FRIEND"
ROBERT P. : NEY YORK "PURCHASED BEFORE,
BOUGHT HOUSE, NEED MAGNETS"
SAMUEL L. : WASHINGTON "PREVIOUS CUSTOMER"
NIKISHA L. : NEW YORK "MOM"
MIGNON M. : ILLINOIS "NEIGHBOR"
GRAYSEN L. : CALIFORNIA "SENT TO FRIEND" (2 FRIENDS)
DEVEN R. : UTAH "REPEAT CUSTOMER"
PAMELA N. :TENNESSEE " NEIGHBOR'S GREAT RESULTS"
JOYCE S. : CALIFORNIA "HI- I ORDERED TWO OF THESE
FOR MYSELF AND THE GRANDKIDS WERE VERY IMPRESSED,
EVEN THOUGH THEY HAVE A WATER SOFTENER THAT YOU USE
SALT IN, AND PROGRAM. THANK YOU!
JEFFERY S. : MICHIGAN "FRIEND REFERRED WEBSITE"
JANICE G. : MICHIGAN "SECOND ORDER"
DANNY H. : ARIZONA "FRIENDS"
DON M. ARIZONA: "THIS UNIT IS FOR ME, I PURCHASED ONE
A FEW WEEKS AGO, FOR MY DA DAUGHTER SHE LOVES IT. WORKS GREAT!"
BONNIE V. : MONTANA "FRIEND"
JOHN N. : NEW YORK, JUST MOVED...NEED MY MAGNETS, HURRY!
PATRICE S: BAHAMAS YOU ARE THE BEST!!! THANK YOU FOR THE INEXPENSIVE YET EFFECTIVE SOLUTION TO MY HARD WATER PROBLEMS. I'M TELLING ALL MY FRIENDS!
JOYCE A: SANTA CLARITA CA. THANK YOU FOR THE WARNING ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL DESTRUCTION THE SALT SYSTEMS ARE CAUSING IN OUR RIVERS.. AND THE LAWS THAT BAN SALT SOFTENERS IN OUR COUNTY. I LOVE OUR DOUBLE SET, AND I DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THE FISH IN OUR RIVER.
Magna-flexx is environmentally friendly.
HISTORY OF MAGNETIC STONES (LODE STONES)
AND THEIR EFFECTS ON WATER
In BC IV, Hermes, one of the supreme priests and Ruler of Egypt stated that magnetic and light energies were the basis of physical nature of humans. Thus, if a human being could learn and understand the nature of magnetism (Life) and wave (Light) he would have entered eternity.
With the knowledge based on magnetism of Earth and universe Hermes extended a calendar year from 360 up to 365 days.
Ancient doctors of China and India paid great attention to magnets and
magnetism. They called magnets the "Sympathetic Stone". Regrettably, many of old Chinese and Indian methods of treatment by magnets were lost and never reached the present day.
Since the turn of the 19th century, literature has cited the effects of
lodestones and naturally occurring magnetic mineral formations. The
formation of Hardness and Scale was noticeably reduced in laundry
and cooking when this "magnetically" treated water was used.
In Europe for past 40 years, magnets have been an Economical as
well as an Ecological approach to dealing with the Scaling and
Mineral formation problems associated with hard water.
Indications of Hard Water:Do I Have Hard Water?
Hard water interferes with almost every cleaning task from laundering and dishwashing to bathing and personal grooming.
Clothes laundered in hard water may look dingy and feel harsh and scratchy. Dishes and glasses may be spotted when dry. Hard water may cause a film on
glass shower doors, shower walls, bathtubs, sinks, faucets, etc.
Hair washed in hard water may feel sticky and look dull.
Water flow may be reduced by deposits in pipes.
Dealing with hard water problems in the home can be a nuisance. The amount of hardness minerals in water affects the amount of soap and detergent necessary for cleaning.
Soap used in hard water combines with the minerals to form a sticky soap curd. Some synthetic detergents are less effective in hard water because the active ingredient is partially inactivated by hardness, even though it stays dissolved. Bathing with
soap in hard water leaves a film of sticky soap curd on the skin. The film may prevent removal of soil and bacteria.
Soap curd interferes with the return of skin to its normal, slightly acid condition, and may lead to irritation. Soap curd on hair may make it dull, lifeless and difficult to manage.
When doing laundry in hard water, soap curds lodge in fabric during washing to make fabric stiff and rough. Incomplete soil removal from laundry causes graying of white fabric and the loss of brightness in colors.
A sour odor can develop in clothes.
Continuous laundering in hard water can shorten the life of clothes. In addition, soap curds can deposit on dishes, bathtubs and showers, and all water fixtures.
Hard water also contributes to inefficient and costly operation of water using appliances. Heated hard water forms a scale of calcium and magnesium minerals that can contribute to the inefficient
operation or failure of water using appliances. Pipes can become clogged with scale that reduces water flow and ultimately requires pipe replacement.
Fact: salt water softeners have been banned from Santa Clarita and it is illegal to buy, or use these in the valley.
Fact: chlorides from salt, pollute and destroy the aquatic life when released downstream.
Fact: It is Illegal in Montana to use a Salt Based Water Softener on a septic system.
Why is this information being kept quiet?