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Magnetic Resonators and Oil-Fired Burners

06/03/2009 10:06 AM

Hello to every body,

I am working with biscuit manufacturing company. we are using furnace oil fired burners for the oven. we came to know that by installing magnet resonators on the burnerw we can save 3% fuel. I am not able to get the details on google. Please help me by providing the suppliers for magnet resonators.

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Re: Magnet Resonators

06/03/2009 2:43 PM

Are you using either conductive or ferromagnetic fuel?

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Re: Magnet Resonators

06/03/2009 3:30 PM

Have a look on CR4 as I believe this question has been asked and answered.

What specific product have you been looking at (some of them are pseudoscience scams like the car fuel magnets). Do you have a website link?

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Re: Magnetic Resonators and Oil-Fired Burners

06/09/2009 4:02 AM

Instead of looking for "magnet resonators", coat your fuel pipes with fresh cow dung. You will find that the results are the same. It is all bull shit either way.

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