First of all, cement’s plasticity increases when it is prepared using magnetic water.
Plasticity levels depend on the qualities of cement glue and since magnetic treatment influences glue’s qualities, then the level of cement’s plasticity changes, as shown on fig. 1.
Fig. 1. Change in the plasticity level of cement.
When using magnetic water for kneading of cement, its strength increases by 10-20%, cement consumption decreases by 9-12%, and its mobility increases in some cases by more than 1,5 times.
Products made from cement, which is prepared using magnetic water, have higher resistance to outside forces, such as drastic temperature changes, humidity, salty and acidic environments, mechanical overload, etc.; as shown on figures 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
Fig. 2. Samples of cement after repeated freezing and de-freezing.
Fig. 3. Change in the appearance of cement sea parapet after 5 years since it was installed.
Black Sea, Sochi, Russia.
Fig. 4. Highway precast pavement, 3 years old. Rostov- na-Donu, Russia.
Fig. 5. Cement slabs on the highway, exposure to a wide range of temperature changes
(summer – up to 40 C, winter – up to -40 C). One year after laying, Siberia, Russia.
Fig. 6. Change in the structure of cement pavements, 5 years after it was made, Moscow, Russia.