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ED 2000:  Electronic Anti-Fouling System



Overview of Competitive Technologies


A number of different companies provide products claiming to mitigate or prevent mineral fouling without the use of chemical scale inhibitors, as the 2000 does. Examples of such products include permanent magnets, inline electrodes, and solenoid coils. Although we acknowledge that the manufacturers of these products may disagree, based on our extensive research, testing and publication in peer-review technical journals, ED 2000 has made the determined that the general operating principle of permanent magnets, inline electrodes and solenoid coils are the same. All of these technologies create an oscillating electric field to treat water and force calcium ions to precipitate in the bulk solution.



Permanent magnet systems for example create magnetic fields and an induced electric field (Faraday's Law) using the geometry and placement of magnets, just as the 2000 does. Some permanent magnet systems place magnets inside the pipe, others outside. Inline electrode systems also generate electric fields in the pipe by applying voltage directly.


Despite these similarities, the ED 2000 Electronic Anti-Fouling System has several key advantages over these competitive products. Installation of the 2000 is non-invasive and can be done without cutting the pipe because of the patented Clamshell Coil design. The innovative Clamshell Coil design also contributes to reducing costs. Furthermore, the 2000 has been tested more rigorously and more systematically than any system we are aware of, and is the subject of dozens of technical journal publications. As such, the 2000 has been engineered for superior performance in the broadest range of operating conditions.

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