Wetenschappelijk bewijs


Voor alle sceptici (waaronder leveranciers van conventionele zoutontharders) volgt hier een greep uit de verschenen literatuur en wetenschap(pelijk bewijs) over het fenomeen dat al meer dan een eeuw bekend is:

Vorzuge der magnetischen Wasserbehandlung     Auteur: Dr. Klaus J. Kronenberg     Uitgave: Raum & Zeit   nr. 33  1988
                                 
Het mysterie over de magnetische waterbehandeling opgelost?    Auteur: Dr. J. Kronenberg    Uitgave: Verwarming & Ventilatie    mei 1989

Erfahrungsheilkunde      Auteur : N.B.     Uitgave: Erfahrungsheilkunde   7/1990
                                                
Start wetenschappelijk onderzoek FAK-apparatuur in Nederland     Auteur: Ing. E. During     Uitgave: KrachtKroniek    sept. 1995
                                
Magneten doen iets met KALKAANSLAG.....en dat is te meten.     Auteur: Ir. Arjen Dijkgraaf    Uitgave: Poly Technisch tijdschrift     maart 1996

Anti-scale Magnetic Treatment    Auteurs: J.S. Baker / S.A. Parsons    Uitgave: Water and Waste Treatment ,39, 36-38   1996

Magnetic treatment - scale effect - pH control  Auteurs: S.A. Parsons / B.L. Wang / S.J. Judd / T. Stepherson  Uitgave: Wat.Res., 31 339-342  1997

Mitigation of Heater Exchanger Scaling by Magnetic Treatment Devices  Auteurs: D.I. Wilson / S.A. Parsons  Uitgave: 5th UK National Heat Transfer Conference 1997

The Effect of Magnetic Fields on the Precipitation of Calcium Carbonate  Auteurs: R. A-Barrett / S.A. Parsons / P. Hillis / P.P. Coetzee  Uitgave: WISA '98, Cape Town  mei 1998
                                
125 jaar fysische waterbehandeling     Auteur: Dr. Dietman Ende,    M. Anders    Uitgave: InTech  feb 1999
                    
Werking van FAK-apparatuur    Auteur: Dr. G. IJpelaar      Uitgave: H2O   4/1999


Ook gepubliceerd:                       


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Ook heeft o.a. de universiteit van CRANFIELD (U.K.) veel onderzoek gedaan naar de (positieve) effecten van waterbehandeling met magneetopstellingen zoals in ons syteem toegepast.