are polarized charged particles that radiate magnetic flux. Flux lines
always start at the North Pole and seek a South Pole that is normally at the
other end of the magnet. The flux lines radiate out in an elliptical manner.
The unique make-up of the magnetic field in
the De-Bug fuel treatment unit is made possible by stacking three annular
shaped permanent magnets on top of each other to form the patented "Tri-Mag"
stack. A number of Tri-Mag stacks placed in line make up the patented
"Multi-Mag" stack that is used to provide more powerful units.
The magnets are
stacked to ensure that the North Pole of one magnet always faces the South
Pole of the adjacent magnet. This results in the magnets attracting at all
times and therefore maximises the flux density, and the resulting
destructive effect on microbial cells, in the spaces through which the fuel
and microbes flow.
When the fuel and microbes flow between the magnets and through the centre
of the middle magnet in the Tri-Mag™ pack, the flow path causes the
microbial cells to experience the maximum levels of magnetic flux density
from several different angles, and 24 changes in polarity of the magnetic
This overwhelming attack from all directions, combined with the oscillating
field strength can eliminate microbial contamination when used in a fuel
system where fuel is re-circulated through the De-Bug unit either on a
periodic or continuous basis.
The Tri-Mag™ and Multi-Mag™ configurations
of De-Bug units ensure that fuel systems can be treated in the most optimal
manner either by re-circulating fuel (through Tri-Mag™ units) or treating it
in a single pass through a Multi-Mag™ unit.