How the MagnaRay Came to Be
The Benefits of the North Pole
One challenge was that it was very difficult to have the water interacting with only the north pole sides of the magnets, as the magnetic field from the south pole would tend to bleed into the target zone where water would flow.
The process of overcoming this obstacle is what gave birth to the unique technology that became the MagnaRay.
Magnetic Field Repulsion
The MagnaRay's Unique Fields and Properties
We used a ferrocell to observe the north pole cancellation void effect produced by one of our early MagnaRay prototypes.
A ferrocell is a device that’s a transparent lens with magnetic media inside of it, with LED lights around the perimeter. It allows you to visually see magnetic fields because the particles inside of the lens react to the magnet you position near the device.
The Cancellation Void: A Zero-Point Field
Heres’ what the north pole cancellation void looked like in one of our first MagnaRay prototypes:
To our amazement, in our experimentation, this array of six north pole facing magnets cancelling each other out always had stable benefits and never any detrimental effects.
We tried experiments like leaving one of these arrays in the refrigerator for days. We noticed food lasted longer and tasted fresher.
We did water experiments where water was left next to one of these arrays for extended periods of time. We observed a continuous increase in the water’s energy.
We tried building one of our Portable Units and integrating a MagnaRay into it, and we observed both objectively (with a UV Spectrometer) and subjectively (with seasoned structured water users trying it) that the effect of that portable device was noticeably stronger and improved.
It was very exciting for us because we had achieved our goal of integrating a magnetic treatment with our existing FlowForm Technology to create a positive effect on the water that was greater than the sum of the parts.
Stay Tuned for Part 3 The First Magna-Ray Integrated Device: The CarbonGeneZ