Induction of electric field in Hydroflow descaling system
The use of electric induction in Hydroflow descaling devices for descaling
In this article, we read about the method of electric field induction in Hydroflo anti-sediment devices to remove sediments.
Lime deposit is formed from calcium carbonate dissolved in water in the form of electrically charged ions. When the state of water changes (temperature increases or pressure decreases), then the water becomes supersaturated and ions precipitate. Settling must occur at a “nucleation center” or starting point, and this is provided by the surfaces of pipes and equipment. Therefore, the lime deposit is formed as a hard solid mass on the surfaces.
Hydropet technology uses an AC electrical signal to prevent the formation of calcareous deposits on the surfaces of pipes and equipment. By inducing an electric field, Hydropet technology applies force to electrically charged ions such as ++CA, ++mg, and 3hco and forces them to form clusters (loose collections of ions).
Then, when the water is heated, these clusters act as nucleation centers and tiny crystals (50-50 microns) are formed suspended in the water. These crystals are washed out of the system by the water flow, and the surfaces of the pipes and equipment remain clear and without deposits.
Electrical induction is done by a special converter connected to a ring of ferrites. As an electrical wire carries current from point A to B, the water inside the pipe acts as a conductor and carries the induced electrical signal throughout the water system. The oscillating sine waves of the induced AC signal cause positively and negatively charged ions to form suspended clusters in water and prevent them from sticking to rough surfaces. Testing shows that compared to other technologies, Hydropet technology is many times more efficient and effective.