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An Interview of
Dr. Klaus Kronenberg, Ph. D.


The Answers - Page 5


8. Can effects of magnetic water treatment be simply demonstrated rated?

Yes, by observations of changes of water behavior due to slight decrease of surface tension such as wetting and drying.

The surface tension forces the water to form drops and prevents it from wetting dry surfaces and powders.

A minor decrease of surface tension changes the action of water in many ways which are easy to observe.

Observation I
Place two small, measured amounts of any detergent into two test tubes and half-fill both with water: one with untreated; the other with physically treated water. Shake vigorously. The test tube with untreated water will have a layer of foam on the surface of' the water; the one with the treated water will be filled to the top of the test tube with foam.

The foam on top of' the untreated water disappears after an hour. The foam on top of' the treated water will hardly diminish. A repetition of the same experiment the next day will give similar results. After three days no difference of' the water call be found.

Observation 2
Freshly developed photographic film watered in non-­treated water dries within 20 minutes; washed in treated water it dries in 12 minutes under the same conditions.

Observation 3
A car hosed off with untreated water may be covered with water spots if it is not wiped dry. Well-treated water leaves no water spots.

Observation 4
Ice cubes produced in any standard freezer turn out differently when they are made from magnetically treated water.

Untreated water makes ice cubes that look opaque and that can he removed from the freezer trays easily in whole blocks. Magnetically treated water makes ice that looks as clear as glass. When removed from the freezer trays it tends to shatter into ice splinters.

Observation 5
Ordinary soap leaves a soapy ring on the line of untreated water in the bath tub. No such ring can he found when the water is treated.

A ring of hard lime scale baked firmly on a porcelain dish by long-time use with untreated water can he removed with an acid bath. Or the lime scale on the same dish can he wiped off easily after 15 to 20 minutes under a stream of treated water.

Observation 6
The hard lime scale deposit on the tiles of a swimming pool filled with untreated water can be removed only by scraping with pumice stone or with acid. Or, if the pool water is magnetically treated, the lime deposit becomes soft after three days and can he wiped off by hand.


9. How long will permanent magnets keep their strength?

Modern magnets are truly permanent!

During the last century and up to 1940, all magnets were made from steel. Steel receives its desired qualities by a quenching process which preserves its magnetic structure to room temperature where its desirable structure deteriorates to a less useful quality very slowly. Also, magnets made from steel lose strength very slowly over years. This "aging'' process had to be taken into account by all industries up to about 1950.

This changed with the invention of alni and alnico magnets. Their material did not change with age. They lose their magnetic strength only by energy interventions, such as strong currents nearby or lightning strikes.

With the introduction of ceramic magnets, even such energy interventions do not change the magnetic strength. They are magnetically weaker than the alnicos but they cannot be de-magnetized except by high temperature.

After 1970, the invention of the magnets containing "rare-earth" like samarium and neodymium made available extremely powerful magnets that have not shown any evidence of losing strength with time.

Magnetic treatment devices may lose their effectiveness by becoming contaminated or plugged up by ironous materials. But they cannot lose their effectiveness by any weakening of the strength of permanent magnet.


10. Can the performance of a magnetic water treatment device be predicted with certainty?

No, the device will perform perfectly, but some types of water may not be responsive to treatment, such as rain­water and mountain spring water.

Different types of water respond differently to any type of treatment. The reason is the difference of the physical structure of the water. Water delivered by community water systems may be a mixture of waters from different sources.

Example: The water of the city of Claremont.
Located at the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains the city water is often mainly the water coming directly from the mountains. Weeks later it may he mixed with ground water pumped from the San Gabriel river. For the rest of the year it may contain more and more water from the Colorado River.

Depending on the supply-demand balance, the response of the water may differ from hour to hour from the same faucet. The official "quality'' of the water as quoted by the water district may be kept at a constant level by controlling the mixtures of the water.

As long as nothing more is known about the physical structure of the water - the size, form and number of its super-molecules - the response of the water to any treatment and its performance for different activities cannot he predicted.

International scientific literature contains many hundreds of scientific reports from all over the world which report observations identical to the ones given here. It is difficult to explain why so many scientific publications which consistently report identical results can be ignored by a few "water quality" organizations in the USA. Perhaps it is because much of the research from foreign countries is untranslated. Nevertheless, it takes a gross arrogance to insist that only such results that have been achieved in one's own laboratory can be accepted!

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