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Old 04-06-2009, 04:31 PM
Stealth Stealth is offline
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Yes. It works the same way on a water pipe as it would on a gasoline line going to your car engine. It breaks down all particles into smaller particles so that they are less likely to cause any clumping together. On a water pipe, it would make a difference what type of pipe material you are using(plastic, copper, iron, etc.), as to how effective this magnetic water softener would work. Plastic should not hinder the system at all. As soon as I get mine installed, I will let you know how well it works, and what magnets I used to achieve success. I may have to experiment some to find the correct length,width,and thickness that works best. Good Luck
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