Salt Free Whole House Filter


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Ground water contains thousands of particles and micro elements whose impurities give rise to the surrounding electron shells: cations (+), anions (-). “Pure” water is a polar liquid, i.e. part of the water molecule has a positive and part of it has a negative, electrical charge; but, overall, the net electrical charge is negative. Thus, the water molecule being a small magnet (dipole), one may affect its magnetic (or electric) field by causing the molecule to turn or rotate in one direction or the other, taking on a positive or negative higher potential, depending on whether the S (South, positive) or N (North, negative) outside magnetic field had been applied.

It has been firmly established in the world scientific theatre that the Positive, expanding, field influence of the South Pole makes liquids more soluble (lowering surface tension); thereby hydrating, dissolving, and removing calcite and other mineral/various water by-product build-up in pipes and equipment. The Positive field hydrates all mineral build-up by de-clustering the liquid and solid pre-and post nucleated crystalline scale material. Under the same magnetic molecular dynamics, the Positive Pole also de-clusters paraffin build-up in oil well or transmission lines. Such an S-Pole induced change in electron particles, when the electron shells change their potential. Orientation affects the aggregation and crystallization of a water molecule causing increased hydration (water saturation), solubility and selective ionization, thus changing fluid physically, structurally, and behaviorally.

The mobility of ions in water solution is considerably increased. This created a more solvent fluid flow (which e.g. impregnates the membranes of filters more efficiently), increased flocculation, i.e. greater particle size (causing higher filtration efficiency) or the electromotive force of the softener’s solution raised to 99.9 percent efficiency. The negative contracting field influence of the North Pole has a diametrically opposite effect on fluids. It clusters (and hardens) minerals and paraffin and increases surface tension. It is used in precipitation and separation (e.g. sewage treatment). Applying the Hydro magnetic system’s polarization of all these particles, when the electron shells change their potential. The random configuration of a water molecule is changed to a charged and organized form with their shape & size also modified. In this process, the associations clustering around the suspended particles are broken up as the molecule line up in polarization.

The Fluid's paramagnetic properties allow for more dissolved material to be contained in it due to increased efficiency of the fluid's available space. It appears that the magnetic treatment allows the carbon dioxide (C02) to stay dissolved in water of a higher temperature. Calcium carbonate is converted back to calcium bicarbonate. With the increased solubility of CO2, pH is lowered, which also accelerates the de-scaling, the end product of which is Aragonite – a soft hydrated form of calcite crystal obtained through its increased hydration. It is now maintained in a “colloidal” suspension (microscopic solution) ready to be mechanically flushed from the attached surface and not placing itself on the pipes or hot water heater; instead, its beneficial effect staying in drinking water. This, “Aragonite soup” can become rather thick as our past experience has indicated.

The polarized cations, such as calcium and magnesium, associate (micro) electrically in a water solution with other complementary particles (anions) in the form of ionic conglomerates and continue their way with the water flow. That the magnetic field amplifies the potential in water (electromotive force) making it greater than that of the plumbing (thus the minerals are re-attracted into water) and it maintains the “magnetic memory effect” can be empirically proven by a simple voltage test (use a more precise volt meter with the L.E.D. readout, and not the gauge type one) of hard water by measuring the millivolts (mV) before and after the “magnetic module” installation on the cold water tap (or entrance to home and farthest tap there from). It will show the change from approx. -05.mV to an approx. +1.0 mV.

On the average the Hydro magnetic® system, there is an increase of 1.5 millivolts. Please note that other bi- or multi-polar systems show no mV increase or very little. A report from “Science News” (Sept. 6, 1980) by Ellingsen, John Hopkins University, indicates the “memory affected by the chemical nature of the adsorbing surface. The chemical properties of the adsorbing surface are determined to a large extent by the activation process. AC materials formed from different activation processes will have chemical properties that make them more or less attractive to various contaminants. For example AC that has the least amount of oxygen associated with the pore surfaces adsorbs chloroform best.

The consumer can’t possibly determine the chemical nature of an AC filter. However, this does not point out the fact that different types of AC filters will have varying levels of effectiveness in treatment different chemicals. The manufacture should be consulted to determine if their filter would adequately treat the consumer’s specific water problem.

The Activated Carbon Filtration Process

The adsorption process depends on the following factors: 1) physical properties of the AC, such as pore size distribution and surface area; 2) the chemical nature of the carbon source, or the amount of oxygen and hydrogen associated with it; 3) chemical composition and concentration of the contaminant; 4) the temperature and pH of the water; and 5) the flow rate or time exposure of water to AC.

Physical Properties

Forces of physical attraction or adsorption of contaminants to the pore walls is the most important AC filtration process. The amount and distribution of pores play key roles in determining how well contaminants are filtered. The best filtration occurs when pores are barely large enough to admit the contaminant molecule. Because contaminants come in all different sizes, they are attracted differently depending on pore size of the filter. In general AC filters are most effective in removing contaminants that have relatively large molecules (most organic chemicals). Type of raw carbon material and its method of activation will affect types of contaminants that are absorbed. This is largely due to the influence that raw material and activation have on pore size and distribution.

Chemical Properties

Processes other than physical attraction also affect AC filtration. The filter surface may actually interact chemically with organic molecules. Also electrical forces between the AC surface and some contaminants may result in adsorption or ion exchange. Adsorption, then, is also disrupting electron transport, causing cellular damage. KDF process media also kill bacteria and other microorganisms by disrupting electron transport, causing cellular damage. KDF process media also kill bacteria by direct electrochemical contact and by the flash formation of hydroxyl radicals and hydrogen peroxide, both of which interfere with a microorganism’s ability to function. KDF process media are completely safe. KDF media meets EPA and Food and Drug Administration standards for levels of zinc and copper in potable water, so the process is not toxic and does not cause any adverse side effects.

Contaminant Properties

AC most effectively adsorbs large organic molecules. A general rule of thumb is that similar materials tend to associate. Organic molecules and activated carbon are similar materials; therefore there is a stronger tendency for most organic chemicals to associate with the activated carbon in the filter rather than staying dissolved in a dissimilar material like water. Generally, the least soluble organic molecules are most strongly adsorbed. Often the similar organic molecules are held the tightest, because they filter into the smaller pores. Concentration of organic contaminants can affect the adsorption process. A given AC filter may be more effective than another type of AC filter at low contaminant concentrations, but, may be less effective than the other filter at high concentrations. This type of behavior has been observed with chloroform removal. The filter manufacturer should be consulted to determine how the filter would perform for specific chemicals at different levels of contamination. Your water will taste better; it actually flows out of the tap cleaner. Foul odors of chlorine, sulfur, hydrogen sulfide, iron, etc. will be greatly reduced.

Water Temperature and PH

Adsorption usually increased as pH and temperature decreased. Chemical reactions and forms of chemicals are closely related to pH and temperature. When pH and temperature are lowered many organic chemicals are in a more absorbable form.

Exposure Time

The process of adsorption is also influenced by the length of time that the AC is in contact with the contaminant water. Increasing contact time allows greater amounts of contaminant to be removed from the water. Contact time improved by increasing the amount of AC in the filter and reducing the flow rate of water through the filter.

The Bacteria Issue

AC filters can be a breeding ground for microorganisms (see below for bacteriostatic media). The organic chemicals that are adsorbed to the AC are a source of foods for various types of bacteria. Pathogenic bacteria are those that cause human diseases such as typhoid, cholera and dysentery. Public water systems must treat for disease causing bacteria; therefore, the likelihood of disease causing bacteria being introduced to an AC filter from public drinking water is remote. AC filtration should only be used on water that has been tested and found to be bacteria free or effectively treated for pathogenic bacteria. Other types of non-pathogenic bacteria that do not cause disease have been regularly found in AC filters. There are times when high amounts of (non-pathogenic) that are found in water filtered through an AC filter shows little risk to healthy people that consume high amounts of non-pathogenic bacteria. We regularly take in millions of bacteria every day from other sources. However, there is some concern for certain segments of the population, such as the very young or old and people weakened by illness. Some types of non-pathogenic bacteria can cause illness in those whose natural defenses are weak. Flushing out bacteria that have built up in the filter can be accomplished by running water through an AC filter for about 10 to 20 minutes (also removes suspended particles, and sediments that make the water cloudy), every three to six days. Water filtered after the initial flushing will have much lower levels of bacteria and ingestion of a high concentration of bacteria will have been avoided. The flushing procedure is most important between midnight and the early morning or any other time of the day when the filter has not been used for hours.

Bacteriostatic Media

KDF® process media [Redox (Oxidation-Reduction)] used on Hydro magnetic® system contains a high-purity copper-zinc formulation ingredient for the purpose of inhibiting the growth of miscroorganisms. We can explain Redox like this: KDF Fluid Treatment’s unique combination of copper and zinc creates an electro-chemical reaction. During this reaction, electrons are transferred between molecules, and new elements are created. Some harmful contaminants are changed into harmless components. Free chlorine, for instance, is changed into benign, water-soluble chloride, which is then carried harmlessly through the water supply. KDF process media are high-purity copper-zinc granules used in a number of pretreatment, primary treatment, and wastewater treatment applications. KDF media supplement or replace existing technologies to dramatically extend life of the system, control heavy metals and microorganisms; lower total cost, and decrease maintenance. KDF process media work to reduce or remove chlorine, iron, hydrogen sulfide, lead, mercury, calcium carbonate, magnesium, chromium, bacteria, algae, and fungi.


  • Fleck 5600 Filter Valve
  • Backwash with Water
  • Whole House Treatment
  • Drink Water From Any Tap for Filtered Water
  • You Will Use Less Soaps & Cleaning Products
  • Can Be Installed Outside


Upgraded Coconut Carbon 1.0 Cubic Foot
KDF-55 Bacteriastatic Media Included
Filter Rock for Higher Flow Included
Shut-Off Bypass Included Included
10 x 54" Tank Included
Chrome Cover Included
Valve Cover Cover for UV Rays

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