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When a conductive fluid is propelled through a container surrounded by an external magnet system and that magnet field is perpendicular to the direction of the fluid flow, a force, called the Lorentz force, is created that acts on the moving charged particles in the fluid to separate the negatively charged electrons and the positively charged ions.
As they(separated electrons and ions) flow through the unit(pipe lines) contacting the deposited scale, a transfer of charge occurs. This charge transfer causes a disruption in the state of deposited materials, and the deposit is slowly eroded away(softened and removed) by the scouring action of the fluid flow.
At a point in the unit where there is a low velocity flow, the submicron particles settled and can be readily removed by blow down, sump flushing or bleed off.