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Old February 25, 2013, 06:12 PM
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The electrical current is provided by the flow of the water. It creates a static electricity that is enough to start the electrolysis process. It's the same type of static electricity that is created by any fluid flowing through a hose,pipe or block. This is why gas pumps have a ground on the nozzle, to discharge any static build up without the spark.

I'm holding a bottle of DazMode Protector in my hand and have just fully read the label. No where on it does it state that it prevents electrolysis.

I'll ask Daz and he'll know. But I have my information from industrail pipefitters steam fitters that work with this stuff every day.
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