ANALOGUES

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Overview of analogues

     Our tests have shown that for effective changes in fuel structure:

1. We need at least 10 magnetic fields (i.e., 20 magnets).
2. It shouldn’t be a strong short-term impact of neodymium magnets, but a longer exposure to weak ferrite magnets.  

    We offer you the comparative analysis of the entire spectrum of magnetic activators of fuel offered on the world market.

The first group – laid-on two-magnet activators:

     All the activators of this group are 2 powerful neodymium magnets (NeFeB), length of 30-50 mm, mounted into a plastic housing, which are installed on the fuel-supply tube.

To our opinion, these activators have the following disadvantages:

1.  One magnetic field generated by even two powerful neodymium magnets isn’t enough to change the structure of the fuel. To change the fuel structure, at least 10 magnetic fields are necessary (i.e., not 2, but 20 magnets), as described in the section «Operating Principles».
2.  These magnetic activators must not be installed under the motor hood of a car. Most of the neodymium magnets lose their magnetic properties (demagnetize) at temperature above 80 degrees. What is the temperature under the motor hood, especially in the summer? (By the way, the ferrite magnets don’t demagnetize even at temperature up to 200 degrees).

The second group – cut-in, flow-through

     All activators of this group are cylinders, with embedded magnets in them, through which the fuel passes. To install them, the fuel-supply tube shall be cut.

To our opinion, these activators have the following disadvantages:

1.  Impossibility to install on high-pressure fuel feed tubes and on metal (copper, aluminum) fuel feed tubes.
2.  Obligatory cutting of a fuel feed tube
3.  The length of these activators is 50 mm. Our experiments with cars of different makes showed that the minimum area of fuel which can be effectively processed by the magnetic fields is not 50 mm, but 250 mm, that is, 5 times bigger.

The third group — laid-on, multimagnetic

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     This activator consists of a few pairs of powerful neodymium magnets (NeFeB), laid into a plastic housing, which are installed on the fuel feed tubes.

To our opinion, these activators have the following disadvantages:

1.  Impossibility to install this activator under the motor hood, as under the temperature, exceeding 80 degrees, the neodymium magnets demagnetize. (Again: Ferrite magnets don’t demagnetize even at temperature up to 200 degrees.)
2.  It provides a very strong and short-term impact of 5 magnetic fields generated by 10 neodymium magnets.

CONCULSIONS :

1.  These activators can not be installed under the motor hood, because the neodymium magnets, being located inside these promoters, at temperatures over 80 degrees start to demagnetize. In summer, the temperature under the motor hood is higher!
2.  Two magnets installed in these activators, are not able significantly to change the structure of the fuel. At least 20 magnets are needed!