Lenz, Mt Larcom QLD
Using high-salinity water with high
calcium and magnesium for growing pawpaws
blocked the dripper holes in the T-tape
(irrigation tubing with small orifices),
and calcium doesn’t build in the
toilet bowl anymore. Pawpaws are only
supposed to have less than 1,800 conductivity
(measurement of salinity in water), and
these are growing on 3,400. They’re
growing mostly on the bore water, as we
haven’t had much rain, so it must
be working. I’ve been using it for
over a year now.
A. Shepherson, Yeppoon QLD
Using very high (Class 5) salinity
water for domestic gardening
Yes, I’m happy.
It’s working fine, and nothing’s
dying in the garden
L. Gaston, St George QLD
Using Class 3 salinity water, with
high calcium and sodium levels for gardening
Yes, I’m quite
happy with the performance. It’s
doing the job and giving me no trouble.
It’s doing exactly what they said
it would do.
E. F., Toowoomba QLD
Using water with high calcium
levels that used to form scale
appears to be working very well. It
stops the calcium settling on the lawn
and path. Instead of sticking there,
it runs right off now. Yes, I’m
happy with the results.
L. Swan, Wallumbilla QLD
Using Class 3 salinity water with very
high sodium for growing plants and lawns
It breaks down the
salts and you can grow plants with it,
which we couldn’t do before. We
have really bad water here, and after
it goes through the magnetic field I’ve
got plants and trees growing that I couldn’t
grow before. I’ve got no complaints.
W. C., Yeppoon QLD
Using extremely salty Class
6 salinity water for gardening
it seems to be working fine. It’s
not burning the plants like it used
R. Mobbs, Bollon QLD
Using Class 3 salinity water with high
sodium levels for gardens and lawns
I’m happy. And I’ve already
ordered a few more for friends, and
have put other people onto you. Yes,
it certainly works.
K.H., Kingaroy QLD
Using extremely salty
Class 5 salinity water with extremely
high calcium levels for lawns and gardens
We are extremely
happy with the unit, as you told me our
water was the hardest water you had ever
seen and you did not guarantee usage on
my vegetable garden. I am very happy to
say the vegetables are doing fine, as
well as my kikuyu lawn.
Vishakar Mani, Tiruchengode, Tamil
High calcium water in irrigation
pipes and dripper outlets causing blockages
Wish you and your
family in good health. The two magnetic
water conditioner you supplied are working
well. So we are able to eliminate one
problem i.e., salt formation in drip tubes.
Daryl Conway, Jambin QLD
Class 4 salinity water with high sodium,
used for gardens and lawns
Yes, I'm happy.
The plants are less affected by the salt
in the water .
Terry Robertson, Southport QLD
Class 3 salinity water used for domestic
gardens and lawns
Yes, I'm very happy.
Before when we put the water onto seedlings
they'd turn yellow and they wouldn't grow,
and now they're doing extremely well.
Clive Peterson, Sarina QLD
Domestic gardens and household, with
very hard and Class 2 salinity water
The lawn used to
struggle. Then I put the conditioner on,
watered, and went away for four days.
It looked like someone had fertilised
it! Now I have to spend more time mowing!
And I used to get white spots on my black
ute. Now it's just a fine powder that
brushes or falls off. I'll be getting
one for the house soon.
George Wikaira, Bundaberg QLD
(HAVE A LOOK AT SOME PHOTOS HERE)
Domestic gardens (veges & fruit
trees) with a water conductivity of
trialled Tomatoes, Lettuce and Strawberries
(just a small plot) and apart from a
little leaf burn when the water has
hit the leaf, all are growing well.
Without the magnetic conditioner they
would all be dead by now. The Lemon
Tree is responding well as well.