EMI is a patented technology developed by Dropson that combines an innovative concept that combines all essential parameters needed for optimal descaling performance.
Research conducted by CNRS (France’s National Center for Scientific Research) shows that the effectiveness of these technologies depends on key parameters such as magnetic pulse frequency, exposure time to these impulses, treatment cell geometry, choice of certain materials and water hardness to be treated.
Factory calibrated control cell for optimal flow performance / fluid hardness
Treatment in turbulent fluid flow generated by the vortex chamber
High quality materials that convey magnetic effects
The laminar water flow is turbulent by the vortex chamber. The multi-zone electronic module controls the different magnetic pulse generators. Impulses are generated with a special frequency and released directly into the turbulent water flow. Magnetic impulses and kinetic energy in vortex cause crystallization between calcium and carbon ions, suspended in water. Microcrystals thus format have an undisposed structure. They are unable to catch themselves on any surface because they have already crystallized. They flow through armatures without being deposited and emptied through taps and gutters.
The EMI treatment breaks the balance of calcium carbonate in water, as follows:
Ca (HCO3) 2 > CaCO3 + H2CO3
Translating this into the daily vocabulary: Every crystallization of calcium carbonate produces a molecule of carbonic acid. This poor acid gradually dissolves limestone on the armatures.
Calcium carbonate imbalance due to exposure to the magnetic field of water lasts a limited time.
Studies have shown that under certain laboratory conditions, the effects of water exposed to magnetic fields cease after 12 days.
Practically, the anti-calcification effect disappears after 100 hours or 4 days. Dropson suggests that the installation should be sized to discharge at least 60 % of the treated water in a 24-48-hour period. Otherwise, a recirculation circuit must be built to return it to the Dropson system.
Dropson EMI 2500 Electrical hippo anti-stone equipment
EMI is a patented technology developed by Dropson, united in an innovative concept, combining all the essential parameters needed for optimal hometowns.
Research by CNRS (French National Scientific Research Center) shows that the effectiveness of these technologies depends on key parameters such as the frequency of magnetic impulses, exposure time for these impulses, geometry of the treatment cell, selection of certain materials and the hardness of water to be treated.
Factory calibrated treatment cell for optimal liquid/hardness performance
Treatment in the turbulent liquid stream created by the vortex chamber
Top quality materials that allow magnetic effects
Turns laminar water flow into turbulent to the vortex chamber. The multi-zone electronic module controls various magnetic impulse generators. Impulses are generated at a special frequency and are released directly to the turbulent water flow. Magnetic impulses and kinetic energy from the vortex causes crystalization between calcium and carbon ions suspended in water. Microcrystals form this way have a non-deposited structure. They can’t capture it on any surface as they’ve already cried. They cross the fittings without loading and emptying through faucets and channels.
EMI treatment breaks the balance of water calcium carbonate as follows:
Ca (HCO3) 2 > CaCO3 + H2CO3
Translated this into daily use: Everything is created when it is crystallized by calcium carbonate, a carbon acid molecule. This weak acid gradually dissolves the waterstone on the fittings.
The lack of calcium carbonate balance due to exposure to the water magnetic field lasts for a limited time.
According to studies, under certain laboratory conditions, the effects of water exposed to magnetic fields will be eliminated after 12 days.
From a practical point of view, the anti-stone effect will be eliminated after 100 hours or 4 days. According to Dropson’s suggestion, the facility should be measured in such a way as to release at least $ 60 of the treated water during a 24-48-hour period. By the way, building a circulating circle is necessary to get back into the Dropson system.