reply to post by bigbiy666
Oil does not hold "magnetic" properties persay. Most things have some conductivity.
I work in the industry in Canada.
We have Electrostatic Treater vessels that use electricity to help seperate the oil and water, which cleans up the oil to <.5% which is the "sales"
The electrical charge helps with seperating the water by charging the water molecules so they "bounce around" and form bigger molecules and "drop
out" of the oil.
It kinda looks like a big bug zapper, to explain it the best.
There are a bunch of panels, either metal or fiberglass, that hang from the vessel and are charged by electricity.
Either AC, DC, Dual Polarity, and/or Dual Frequency.