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Old 05-14-2022, 08:45 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Part of my skepticism is that any magnet that wouldn't be wildly dangerous under the hood of a car, would have any measurable effect on large hydrocarbons, which are extremely weakly diamagnetic.
The studies I've looked at start at 9000 Gauss and culminated with a high end of around 25k Gauss. The Magnetic Heat Exchanger I've played with and tested uses 80k Gauss magnets. I assure you that of the hundreds of vehicles I'm aware of it being installed on, there has never been an issue due to too much magnetism under the hood interfering with electronics.
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