Scientific quality control at Hydrosmart is ongoing and rigorous. The technology itself hails from empirical research. The products are tried and tested across many industrial and agricultural disciplines. The mechanism of Hydrosmart’s action falls within standard physical chemistry descriptions. Briefly, Hydrosmart uses electrical and magnetic fields to target the charged compounds that are present in solution, and also targets water itself via the water dipole. The result is increased hydration of these compounds and thus bond-breaking in the case of transient bonds between solutes. Additionally, by opposing bond formation, Hydrosmart maintains substances in a dissolved state for a longer time than they are in the absence of Hydrosmart. Electrical fields are modulated in Hydrosmart by means of computer-chip controlled circuitry. A precise range of frequencies are produced which result in the bond-breaking effects.
Indepth technical paper on how Hydrosmart works.
Technical paper on Hydrosmart in Mining applications.
Technical paper on How Hydrosmart influences Sodium Absorption in Soil.
The influence of Hydrosmart commercially available scale-treatment devices on calcium ion concentration in aqueous solution.
2016 – MC191 — Master of Environmental Science and Technology, Research Project 2016
Nov 2010 – Trials on lettuce in high salinity bore water.
Lettuce at 6,860 ppm salinity and still alive and healthy.
Boiler scale elimination test by European lab conforming to brewers standards.
An explanation of the different areas of testing.
Scale elimination on heat exchangers aboard Norsky & Norstream vessels.
Feedback, questions and answers from units installed on boilers in hospitals in Adelaide.
Full report on initial installation results – Scale elimination on cooling towers.
Growing strawberries in the desert with high salinity bore water 1750 ppm NaCl pH 7.5
Growing turf in desert sand with 15,500 ppm bore water.
Results of trials on Barramundi tanks at Urrbrae Agricultural High School.
Treating effluent with high algae and mineral content.
Non-chemical tartrate removal from wine-making tanks.
A proposal for treating a fabric dying factory’s effluent.