Hydrosmart works to dissolve limescale and iron, enhance plant growth and remediate soil salinity, by acting on charged minerals and polar non-minerals present in water. The 'charges' on minerals are detailed here by reference to 'particles', defined as atoms, molecules, compounds and aggregates. The explanation is appropriate for a public science-knowledge standard, and is complete. Compounds, molecules and aggregates that are targeted by Hydrosmart are generally 'polar', for instance, partially soluble in water. Atoms targeted by Hydrosmart are 'charged' and have either a negative charge or a positive charge.
Hydrosmart produces a pulsed electrical field. The direction of the field along the axis of the pipe is reversed by 180 degrees, roughly every microsecond.
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