Dec. 8, 2014: New Device Said to Use Magnetism to Save Home Heating Fuel
Fuel Molecules Tend to Form Clusters; Magnets Break Up the Clusters and Fuel Burns More Efficiently
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. — Scientist Peter Kulish claims to have made a major breakthrough in home heating efficiency with his new invention, the Super Saver, which he said uses magnetic fields to reduce natural gas, propane, and oil consumption by 20-40 percent while also decreasing emissions.
“Years ago I found out that people were using magnets in Europe to make water soft and that NASA magnetically treated rocket fuel to make it burn more efficiently, thus expanding the range of the rockets,” said Kulish. “Not only was less fuel used but it burned more efficiently so emissions were reduced. Later on, I learned that magnetism can also make plants grow bigger.”
Thus inspired, Kulish founded EnviroMagnetics, a company dedicated to developing new and better applications for magnets. His latest project is the Super Saver, an inexpensive magnetizing device that is said to easily attach to fuel lines and can be used by virtually any homeowner or small business.
How does it work? “Fuel molecules tend to stick together and form clusters,” explained Kulish. “These clusters can’t burn efficiently so a lot of unburned fuel goes up the chimney. When energized with the magnets, the clusters break up and burn more efficiently, saving fuel and reducing emissions. The result is lower fuel costs, lower heating costs, and less pollution.”
The Super Saver has been tested in homes using natural gas and oil heat, with the savings reported at 20-40 percent. Savings vary with the efficiency of the furnace.
For additional information, visit the EnviroMagnetics website at www.enviromagnetics.net/Home_Heating.aspx.
Publication date: 12/8/2014