San Diego Medical Center
La Quint-A Motor Inns
Western Reserve Historical Society
Bobkat Small Engines
City Of Monroe
Siblico Water Treatment
Bernard's Coffees Of The World
Hall Of Fame Fitness Center
H.E.B. Grocery Co. Headquarters
Bayse Janitorial Supply
Pittman Distributing Company
Gary Job Core; U-S. Government
Presidents Health Clubs
Universal Fitness Center
Texas Educational Foundation
Mercy Center For Health Care
* U.S. Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, Indiana (All applicable water applications. Several systems were installed on a trial basis. The results were excellent and additional units were installed on every applicable part of the water systems for the entire building.
* Department of Treasury, U.S. Mint, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (All applicable water and fuel applications, to include the portable water system for quenching tanks. All the large furnaces using natural gas have been treated with MAGNETIZER fuel systems, which have provided great fuel efficiency and fuel dollar savings.)
* N.O.A.A. (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Norfolk, Virginia (Fuel systems for their diesel engines and water cooling systems as well as portable water systems installed and delivering recognizable results.)
* D.S.C.S. (Defense Command Supply Center), Columbus, Ohio, (Automotive fuel systems, stocking order for call out.)
* City of Seattle, Washington (Cooling tower for the city with a letter of endorsement from the city administrator’s office.
* City of San Antonio, Texas (Numerous water system applications, throughout the city’s myriad water system. Including fire trucks.
* City of San Diego, Metropolitan Correction Center, San Diego, California (Sundry water applications on city water systems.)
* City of Cheyenne, Wyoming (Sundry water applications on city water systems with excellent results. As time and budget permit, the city continues to add MAGNETIZER systems to their water system on an on going basis.
* City of Fort Walton Beach, Florida (Numerous fuel systems for police cars and other municipal gas powered vehicles. A few vehicles were picked for a test. After the test, they dropped from 89 to 87-octane fuel with no loss in performance and evidenced lowered emissions. As funds permit, all the city owned vehicles will be treated with MAGNETIZER fuel systems.)
* Bucks County Housing Authority, Doylestown, Pennsylvania (Water and fuel boilers in county owned housing, test systems installed and showing favorably.)
* U.S.C.G. Cutter “ Red Oak”, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (MAGNETIZER water system in use for over a year on their boiler.)
* U.S.C.G. Cutter “Mellon”, Seattle, Washington (Water system installation on their boiler water system.)
* Brooks Army Hospital, San Antonio, Texas (Medical Sterilizers used for sterilizing medical instruments. There was so much built up scale that after MAGNETIZER system was installed they had to shovel out the mush like scale.)
* U.S. Navy, New London, Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut (Diesel engine coolant storage tanks (anti-freeze), spent anti-freeze once too acidic to use, once treated magnetically, now reusable.)
* U.S. Navy/Tenneco (Test), Newport News Shipyard, Virginia (Cooling tower, long term, 2 year test.)
* U.S. Navy – Naval Warfare Center, Warminster, Pennsylvania, (Cooling Tower and humidifiers with serious scale problems.)
U.S. AIR FORCE
* U.S. Air Force, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska (Sauna boilers with scale problems.)
* U.S. Air Force, MEEP Program (fuel test), Elgin AFB, Florida (Automotive fuel hree-month test on base cars and trucks. The net results were substantial reductions in emissions.)
* U.S. Air Force, MEEP Program & Department of Defense (water test in progress), Langley AFB, Virginia (Cooling tower and chiller, a six month test in two phases. The results of the test will be disseminated the government. Adoption will be recommended if the results are as we expect.)
* U.S. Air Force, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, Texas (Automotive fuel systems for base vehicles.)
* U.S. Air Force, Randolf AFB, University City, Texas (Cooling towers.)
* Danbury Federal Penitentiary, Danbury, Connecticut (All applicable water treatment for scaled boilers and condensate return lines.
* Callpatria State Prison, Callpatria, California (Several water systems applications such as commercial dishwashers were installed with good results.)
* Dallas State Penitentiary, Dallas, Pennsylvania (All applicable water and fuel applications. Presently waiting for State assignment and approval of specific boiler for water test. Once proven at this model facility to control scale, all 23 state prisons will be on line to be outfitted with MAGNETIZER water and fuel systems.)
* Petersburg Federal Penitentiary, Petersburg, Virginia (Waiting on approval from the Department of Justice.)
* U.S. Navy- Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Sundry water applications – Canceled with the announcement of closing of the shipyard.
* U.S. Navy – Carderock Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia,
* Pennsylvania (Water closet systems, waiting on final approval from Annapolis.)
* Philadelphia Housing Authority, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Waiting for specific boiler to be assigned for treatment testing.)
* U.S.C.G. Cutter “White Hearth”, Boston, Massachusetts (An officer who had been on the U.S.C.G. Cutter “Gallatin”, having sent the results, once being assigned to the “White Hearth” has ordered water systems for the boiler, and then will order fuel systems later as budget permits.)
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"The vehicle was tested under the supervision of the Northern California Diagnostic labs Inc according to the Code of Federal Regulations 40 CFR 600.113-88 protocol. After baseline measurements were taken for Hydrocarbon, Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide emissions as well as fuel consumption at idle, a Magnetizer emission reduction system was installed on the vehicle and the following observations were made - a reduction in hydrocarbon emissions was observed of 15.9%, a reduction in Carbon Monoxide of 11.37% while fuel consumption decreased by 8.68%. The Postal test mpg achieved much lower than normal driving increases because of this stop & go type utility vehicle."
"The Canadian Postal Service tested the vehicle. Baseline measurements were taken for Hydrocarbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide emissions as well as fuel consumption at idle, and at 2000 rpm. The main observations were a 48% reduction in Hydrocarbon emissions and an 8.64% reduction in the Air/Fuel ratio indicating a similar improvement in fuel consumption."
"California emissions tests show 85% reduction of hydrocarbons, 73% reduction of nitrous monoxide, 84% reduction of carbon monoxide. Note – all emissions testing stations through the years have shown the approximate same results. These emissions are unburned fuel – any reduction is an indication of fuel savings."
"The USAF Management & Equipment Evaluation Program tested two vehicles over six months, one gasoline-powered and one diesel-powered. Because of the USAF’s fuel issuance methods, fuel consumption had to be measured indirectly by measuring unburned hydrocarbons in the vehicles’ emissions. The results, at a test load of 2500 rpm, were a reduction in unburned hydrocarbons of 75% (diesel) and 70% (gasoline). Carbon Monoxide emissions were also substantially reduced."
"A 16-valve diesel-engine locomotive that travels approximately 150,000 km a year was tested. For 6 months, data was collected on fuel consumption and carbon build-up with no magnets, and for another 6 months with magnets installed. Over the entire test, an average savings in fuel of between 4.5% and 4.9% was achieved with a maximum saving of 9.1% for one of the months. Simultaneously, hard carbon deposits changed to soft carbon resulting in significantly easier periodic maintenance."
“Ventilation of a mine is one of the most important functions that allow miners to go to work everyday. A one-year period of monitoring was done on the heater house [that heats mine ventilation air in the winter] without magnets, and the second year the magnets were installed on the headers of the heater house. This installation was monitored and after two years the results were completed in May 2002. The savings in natural gas as a result of the installation of magnets was 11.95% in 2001-2002 when compared to 2000-2001.”
“We have monitored the consumption of natural gas as per the Gaz Metropolitan invoices forwarded by you recently. In conclusion this report indicates savings with magnetic [adjusted for yearly variations in ‘degree days’]
1998/99 vs. 1996/97 13.3% [Reduction in natural gas used]
1998/99 vs. 1997/98 12.6% [Reduction in natural gas used]”
“We have computed the consumption, occupancy and degree-days… in making a comparison for the six (6) month period of January – June in the years of 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999, as per available data. The saving achieved of 8.3% based on an average [energy] consumption of $120,000.”
“This report compares the Degree-Day values for the building over the last two winters. This comparison shows a decrease of 9.73 cubic meters per degree-day. Percentage of saving - 7.5%.
Our treatment is only on the heating boilers. These boilers consume 58% of the building's total cubic meters. Therefore 7.5% divided by 58% consumption factor gives an overall 12.9% savings.”
Nexacor Realty Management, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, 2001
"Multi unit Apartment building powered by natural gas benefited an energy savings of 10.97% based upon available data for previous years."
"Saved $4,200 yearly on elimination of chemicals, acid treatments, drilling, & maintenance. Tested in 1991, that would be approx. $6,300 in 2004 dollars. ROI in 2 months."