Treatment of bacteria

How do we treat bacteria?

A cell of bacteria that passes through the ferrite ring of the Hydroflow system is electrically charged using the electromagnetic signal. As a result, a layer of pure water forms around the bacterial cell, creating an osmotic pressure on the cell. The process of comparing concentrations causes the cell to open from water and explode.

Furthermore, the electromagnetic signal creates a disturbance in the cell membrane of the bacterium and causes its killing.
The presence of the signal along the piping creates disturbances to the layer of bacteria adjacent to the surface of the inner pipe and gradually causes its release.

Biofouling treatment

Bacteria that adhere to the surface of the pipe form a layer called biofouling (or biofilm). Over time, the electro-magnetic signal of the Hydroflow system causes disturbances and causes the release of bacteria, which are washed out with the flow of water.

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Level 1

A bacterial cell that passes through the ferrite ring of the Hydroflow system is electrically charged.

level2

Water molecules attach to the cell membrane and form a layer of pure water around the cell.

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Step 3

A process of osmosis (comparison of concentrations) causes water to enter the cell.

Step 4

Water molecules attach to the cell membrane and form a layer of pure water around the cell.

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Level 1

A bacterial cell that passes through the ferrite ring of the Hydroflow system is electrically charged.

level2

Water molecules attach to the cell membrane and form a layer of pure water around the cell.

Step 3

A process of osmosis (comparison of concentrations) causes water to enter the cell.
 

Step 4

The osmotic pressure inside the cell causes it to swell and explode.
 
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