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1. WO2020136389 - WATER TREATMENT DEVICE WITH THE HELP OF PERMANENT MAGNETIC MODULES

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CLAIMS:

1. The invention of water magnetization device with the help of permanent magnet modules, which includes following section:

• External cover of the device

• Thirty coupled permanent magnets

• Central pipe

• Resin

• Lid for body cover magnets

• Bush or metal flange

2. The invention of number one claim in which permanent magnets are used.

3. The invention of number one claim in which resin is used inside the pipe for covering the arrangement of magnets and strengthening and preventing the fracture of magnets.

4. The invention of number one claim in which the movement of existing ions alongside water direction in said magnetic field is spiral and rotates and collides with pipe wall to prevent the sediments and clean the previous one remained in pipe casing.

5. The invention of number one claim in which the electricity is not used.

6. The invention of number one claim in which the alternation of magnetic field influences on the movement of ions soluble in water and creates a very fast rotational movement.

7. The invention of number one claim in which the treatment of water is done without chemical materials.

8. The invention of number one claim in which the treated water in agriculture causes the increase of solubility of nutritious elements of soil.

9. The invention of number one claim in which the treated water leads to better plant growth, better livestock and poultry growth, human health improvement, descaling of water pipes without consuming energy and other consumption products.

10. The invention of number one claim in which the distance between coupled magnets on central pipe are adjusted such that magnetic field of each coupled magnets has the least impact on the magnetic field of another coupled magnet.

11. The invention of number one claim in which the treated water has an unstable magnetic field which retreats back to its normal condition at most after three days.