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A "mono-pole" magnet?

The name "monopole magnet" perhaps needs an explanation. We know from "Physics-101" that magnets always have two poles, with equally divided forces, and if we cut such a magnet, then we receive two identical ones ("the Bloch Wall").

A bar magnet

Meanwhile after 12 years of research, Peter Kulish designed a magnetic system capable of delivering the proper magnetic field, i.e. the concentrated magnetic field with suitably chosen configuration, induction, or gradient and high density flux of a "monopole" nature, which leaves less than 10% of the energy of one pole unused (dispersed) and through the patented flux driver plates directs the remaining energy (S or N pole, depending on need),which is now not canceled out by the opposite pole (energy), to create a highly concentrated magnetic single focus - thus effectively polarizing all fluids that pass through it. The special, difficult to arrive at, ceramic magnetic alloys, coupled with the flux driver plate, and encapsulated in plastic of different thermal characteristics depending on final use, in the simplest possible design thus became the sought after "Magnetizers".

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Focusing On Bipolar Systems

1 In order to achieve maximum positve or negative voltage in a fluid, only the single (mono) pole influence can be used. An analogy is if hot water is desired, do not use cold or vice/versa. All bi-polar opposing pole systems give 50/50 hot/cold and thereby have proven through the years that these bi- or multi polar cancelling systems give the improper exit pole imprinting, one of the two parameters of effective fluid conditioning.

2 The second parameter is the high magnetic field strength. Any single side bi- or multi-polar system is extremely low powered to effectively condition the fluids for guaranteed results. The reason is that the field generated by any magnet originates and is concentrated in its head. The field emanates then and disseminates like an umbrella all around the magnet until it goes to the other head, greatly reducing the power at its sides. The field measured at the magnet's sides represents only a very minor percentage of its total magnetic strength.With the bi-polar systems fluid flowing along side of the magnet forces the magnet's lateral fields to do the conditioning. Thus, almost 95% of bi-polar unit's potential magnetic strength is wasted, as naturally the lines of flux travel between the poles and not axially (radially) into the center of the pipe to proper condition the fluid

Differences Between Bi-polar System and a Mono-pole System of Peter Kulish:

The single (mono) pole technique of the MAGNETIZER® has no cancelling effect and practically offers the highest necessary flux density ("voltage") available. Our ceramic, aero-space quality, barium-ferrite magnets, with an industry power rating of 8-9 (much more then the competitors' magnetic systems) are magnetized through their thickness. The fluid is exposed exclusively to the head, where all the power is. When the MAGNETIZER® is placed parallel to the flow, around the outside circumference of a pipe, the entire head of one ot its poles faces the fluid, while the opposite pole radiates an insignificant part of its power away from it. This configuration serves to concentrate one pole's full strength into the fluid's mass. The result is that the fluid is properly conditioned by the greatest concentration of power available.

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Traditional Fluid Conditioning Methods vs. The "Magnetizer" Technology

Chemical Fluid Conditioning

Ion Exchange Conditioning

Reverse Osmosis (R/O) or Ultrafiltration

Magnetizer Technology

Chemical additives are used to control pH, thermal capacity, corrosion, etc.


They are expensive


System requires constant monitoring & maintenance to assure proper conditioning.

Chemicals may be hazardous to employees or environment whenever process fluids are flushed /spilled.

May incur unwanted pressure drop increasing energy requirements.


Salt based water softeners utilize the ionic exchange of the Sodium in salt (NaCl) for the Calcium (CaCO3), or other mineral, in the water (NaCl + CaCO3 = CaCl + NaCO3).

While soft water is produced, a consi-derable expense is incurred (price of sof-tener, salt supplies, replacement of the ionized bed, the softener's average life of 7 years, health risks).

Sodium must be added to the water in place of the mineral that is removed ("salt-ion exchange").

The mineral deposits slowly damage the system.

The sodium released into the softened water is corrosive (the corrosion due to scale has been replaced with corrosion due to sodium - an undesirable trade-off).

Health & environmental hazard due to hypertensive effect of sodium on human body (the delicate electrolytic balance of sodium/potassium ions is unsettled) and danger of sodium toxification to the area ground water (in increasing areas the communities, doctors, hospitals and rest homes prohibit salt-ion exchange systems).

Involves forcing untreated water through a membrane that selectively filters certain constituents out off the fluid

The system requires very high pressure because the membrane used as the filter medium is essentially nonporous.

In areas that have high mineral or salt content, the membranes must be flushed frequently (and replaced often).

This always requires downtime and a major usage (loss) of water. R/O units typically waste half of the processed water.

Nothing is added to the fluid - it works by rearranging the molecules already present in the fluid and additives are unnecessary.

No power required - permanent magnets supply "free" effective energy. No power supplies to burn out.

No continuing maintenance required after the installation and no recharging or further attention is needed following the initial techniques and/or the Stabilization Period.

A "Snap-On" design, unlike the other solutions that are "inline" and become part of the system is removable (and portable) allo-wing risk-free testing & installation

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Background of The Magnetic Fluid Conditioning

The history of scientific research regarding the influence of magnetic field on passing fluids dates back to 1831 and concerns mostly the experimen made by Michael Faraday and James C. Maxwell. Faraday discovered that water flowing past a conductive material will gernerate a weak electrical charge. The first known patent of a device ameliorating water characteristic through the use of a magnetic field of a solid magnet was filed for protection in Germany in 1890 on behalf of France and Cabell. At the turn of the century a Dutch physicist, Dr. Johannes Diderik van der Waals, discovered that hydrogen has cage-like structures, which, when combined with carbon, form pseudo compounds. These molecular forces of mutual attraction and repulsion which stay next to each other ("van der Waals forces"), when influenced by a magnetic field decluster and then interlock (bind) with additional oxygen, which may result in dramatic increases in combustion efficiency, and scertained that due to them e.g. gases condense or water coagulates. In 1910 he received a Nobel prize for this discovery. However a difficulty in creating a sufficiently intense magnetic field has hindered its commercial application until recently. His theory of a possibility to break hydrocarbon molecules under the influence of a strong and focused magnetic field found only in the 1980-s the confirmation and practical expression in the workings of the MAGNETIZER® device.

The development of research on fuel energizers started during the World War II. As part of the armament strategy specialists from the German industrial & airspace concern Messerschmitt-Flugzeugwerke worked on the problem of eliminating smoke waft of the exhaust gases left by the engines of the military aircraft (fighter planes and bombers). As a solution to this problem they designed a magnetic device ("jet fuel energizer") consisting of fire resistant ceramic element with a hole for the fuel line, around which rod magnets were placed. As a result of heavy testing such a configuration of the magnetic field was found, at which the smoke of the aircraft engine exhaust gases was limited to the bare minimum. Also the reduced fuel consumption was noted, which was regarded at a time as a beneficial side effect.

The first work in civilian usage has been done in the eatly 1940s in Europe by a Belgian engineer T. Vermeiren. In the U.S., for years, the "old-timers", who piloted their fishing boats out of Murro Bay in California, would strap horseshoe magnets around their fuel lines. They swore the magnets saved fuel and made their engines run or start better and ... they were right. In the United States the commercial use of magnets for fluid conditioning started in the U.S. in 1950s by the pioneering patent of Dean Moody, the world precursor, together with the Belgian, of that form of fluid conditioning. In 1954 a complaint was lodged with FTC (Federal Trade Commission) against a compay manufacturing the magnetic units, and FTC issued an injunction (administrative order) prohibiting further production, based on a false allegation that these units did not work. In 1961 the federal court ruled against the FTC, as court records revealed that only 3% of the 100,000 units sold malfunctioned.

The men who wrote the next chapter in the world history of the magnetic treatment of fluids were in the 60-s a Japanese Saburo Miyata Moriya (the so called "wet" devices, i.e. inline) and in the 70's an American inventor Roland Carpenter. In the 80's,Peter Kulish, a brilliant inventor from California and founder of MGI designing the so called monopole system and at this strapped onto lines pushed the research forward, improved the device and got for it the optimal shape and two American patents.

Kulish has done what no one else has been able to do - design and manufacture a simple yet powerful magnetic system that effects ground level ozone, reducing carbon monoxide (CO) emissions as much as 100% and hydrocarbon (HC) pollutants in excess of 85%. Since 1986 the patented MAGNETIZER® Engine Energizer System passed every emissions test thrown at it.

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