|Title of Invention||
A PROCESS OF TREATMENT OF MAGNET TO WATER
|Abstract||A process of treatment of magnet to water comprises (a) filling water in the non-metallic container(l); (b) putting non-metallic container(l) on the high power magnet(2); (c) putting high power magnet (2) on the wooden plate (3); wherein relation of water quantity to gauss power & application time as substantially described with reference to accompanying table.|
THE PATENT ACT, 1970
1. A PROCESS OF TREATMENT OF MAGNET
2. (a) Mehta Pankaj Vasudevbhai
(b) residing at Kanbiwad, Bambakhana street, Bhavnagar- 364001, Gujarat.
(c) Nationality Indian
The following specification particularly describes the nature of this invention and the manner in which it is to be performed.
12 JUL 2004
This invention relates to A PROCESS OF TREATMENT OF MAGNET TO WATER.
Normally magnet is known to attract iron and iron sticks to it. There are basically two types of magnets in the world.
1. Natural magnet - available readily on the earth
2. Magnet manufactured by industries. Magnet has two poles 1. - North pole and
2. - South pole North pole has tendency to increase the activation energy of all living organisms on the earth. Whereas south pole has tendency to maintain the growth of any
infection to each living organism at the degree of magnitude where the infection is.
Within the tops of thunderstorms, subtle changes in the Earth's geomagnetic field (affected by sunspots and solar flares) influences the phase-change properties of water, modifying the rate at which liquid raindrops freeze into solid snowflakes at below zero "supercooled" condition - this discovery provides a clear mechanism for the influence of sunspot on Earth's. weather and of magnetism upon the physical chemistry of water.
When this principle is applied to water physical properties like density, viscosity, surface tension and chemical properties like pH and nitrogen ion concentration of water changes.
Natural water contains salt. In the pipe lines of water this salt gets deposited on the wall of the pipe. The
deposition of salt acts as a resistance to the flow of water from the pipe and gradually the pipe gets blocked. Deposition of salts also damages the pipe and so the pipe gets corroded and the pipe has to be changed. The water treated with magnet is when passed through such salt deposited or blocked pipe the deposited are softened and gradually washed out.
The present invention is a process of treatment of magnet to water.
The invention is described with respect to the accompanying drawing.
Fig.l represents arrangement of system.
In the present method, water is filled into a non-metallic container 1 this non-metallic container is put on a high power magnet 2 having one pole on upper side. The other pole is on downward facing the wooden plate 3.
, Magnet 2 is put on the wooden plate 3 which does not allow the contact of magnet to earth or other material, and works as non-conductor of magnetic field. In the present invention wooden plate is used as it is non-conductor of magnetic charge and works as barrier between magnet and earth. In the present process, water container is put on the magnet for particular period of time instead of permanent contact. A calculation table of water quantity, Gauss power and application time is as under;
The experiment was conducted as follows; Objective:
Study of effect of magnetic field on high TDS water. Description of an experiment:
A fixed quantity of boiler blow water was taken before the experiment. One of the sample is given treatment of magnet and other was kept untreated. The dosing of flocculating chemical (alum) was given in same quantity to both water samples to observe sedimentation of the solids. Five set of the same experiments were conducted.
Observation of the experiment:
1. Effective sedimentation and gravitational separation was observed in untreated sample of boiler blow down water.
2. Neither sedimentation nor separation was observed in magnet treated samples of boiler blow down water.
3. There was less hardness, TDS and chloride observed in boiler blow down water treated with magnet compared to untreated one.
1. The application of magnet to water prevents the deposition of solid on pipes/tanks through which the water flow.
2. The industrial and domestic application of water treated with magnet will open a new era of energy conservation for the whole world.
One more experiment was carried out for the application of water treated with magnet to agriculture crops; crops are groundnut, castor, cotton and tuver (pigeon pea).
Objective : to confirm the prominent effect of water treated with magnet on agriculture crops.
Description of experiments : the experiment was carried out on four crops viz. ground nut, castor, cotton and tuver. Two rows of these crops were identified for the experiment. Water treated with magnet was given to one identified row and untreated water was given to other identified row. Both rows were given the fixed
quantity of water at fixed duration between two application. Observation :
1. The height of each plant in a week: The plant were growing faster when water treated with magnet was given than others.
2. Increase in crop production were observed as per following details:
a) ground nut plants grew by water treated with magnet gave yield of 41.70 gm per plant against 41.10 gm using simple untreated water.
b) Cotton plants grew gave yield of 30 gm. per plant against 25 using simple untreated water.
1. A process of treatment of magnet to water comprises
(a) filling water in the non-metallic container(l);
(b) putting non-metallic container(l) on the high power magnet(2);
(c) putting high power magnet (2) on the wooden plate (3); wherein relation of water quantity to gauss power & application time as substantially described with reference to accompanying table.
2. A process of treatment of magnet to water as claimed in claim 1 wherein one pole of magnet facing non-metallic container and other pole on downward facing the wooden plate.
3. A process of treatment of magnet to water as substantially as herein described with reference to the accompanying drawing.
Dated this on 6th February 2002.
|Indian Patent Application Number||120/MUM/2002|
|PG Journal Number||35/2007|
|Date of Filing||11-Feb-2002|
|Name of Patentee||PANKAJ VASUDEVBHAI MEHTA|
|Applicant Address||KANBIWAD, BAMBAKHANA STREET, BHAVNAGAR|
|PCT International Classification Number||C02F 1/48|
|PCT International Application Number||N/A|
|PCT International Filing date|