Prevents Bacteria and biofilm formation.
The propagating Flow-Tech HVAC signal controls biological fouling by direct contact with the interior pipe surfaces. This contact prevents biofilm formation and eventually removes existing biofilm accumulation.
Prevents legionella, bacteria and biofilm formation through:
Biofilm: The propagating Flow-Tech signal controls biological fouling by direct contact with the interior pipe surfaces. This contact prevents biofilm formation and eventually removes existing biofilm accumulation. Proven 98% reduction sessile bacteria (biofilm) on surfaces.
Encapsulation: Flow-Tech HVAC causes calcium to precipitate, and bacteria becomes encrusted inside, allowing the bacteria to become large enough to get filtered out, as well as inhibiting the bacteria’s ability to excrete waste, obtain nutrients, and reproduce.
Electroporation: Intense electrical fields from the Flow-Tech HVAC system’s signal create small holes in the cellular wall of the bacteria, requiring them to spend their time and energy attempting to repair instead of reproducing.
Prevents and removes mineral scale.
The 100-300 khtz Flow-Tech HVAC signal is transmitted throughout the piping and system causing hundreds of thousands of nucleation events per second.
These events hit the minerals forming scale and transform it into a powder, by making the the scaling agents adhere to each other and not to surfaces (flocculant effect). The powder can be picked up by filters in the system.
Promotes a less corrosive environment, prolonguing the life-span of the piping and system.
Rust is the most familiar form of corrosion, degradation by rust can lead to pipe leaks, loss of efficiency and short pump life expectancy.
With Flow-Tech HVAC, the PH rises, leading to a more corrosion neutral state usually 8 or 9 pH. An alkaline environment allows CaCO3 to act as a natural cathodic corrosion inhibitor.
Low bacteria counts and lack of biofilm prevent Microbial Induced Corrosion.
Flow-Tech HVAC eliminates corrosive oxidizing biocides; chemically induced corrosion can be avoided.