The Best Colloidal Silver Generators
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market. Many different types of compounds are often marketed as "colloidal
silver'. Some of them may be dangerous to use. Some need to be used
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of Colloidal Silver Products
Explore our FAQ on the different types of silver products available on the market. Many different types of compounds are often marketed as "colloidal silver'. Some of them may be dangerous to use. Some need to be used very carefully. FAQ: Types of Colloidal Silver Products
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Colloidal Silver Generators: Electrically Isolated Silver (EIS)
Silvermedicine.org is currently not specifically endorsing any particular model of colloidal silver generator. Rather, this section has been designed to give the interested individual the information necessary to make a an excellent purchase decision. All of the CS generators included below will produce a very good end product when used properly. They represent the best companies and manufacturers of quality equipment.
The first decision anyone interested in purchasing a colloidal silver generator must make is regarding the capacity. How much colloidal silver will you need? Just enough for yourself and a small family, or more?
The small units on the market are very affordable, but only produce enough colloidal silver for personal use. Most will easily generate enough CS for two people.
It is easier to produce a high quality batch of colloidal silver with a small generator, primarily because it is easier to manage all of the variables of colloidal silver production. The quality of an EIS (Electrically Isolated Silver) is dependent upon the acutal surface area of silver in the water. Smaller electrodes can be used without much consequence with smaller colloidal silver generators.
There are, however, several larger scale generators on the market that make exceptionally good colloidal silver. This is due to the fact that the manufacturers have a very good understanding of the production process. When looking for a large capacity colloidal silver generator, it is wise to choose a unit that produces one to five gallon batches.
Shape, Configuration and Placement of the Electrodes
The simplest generators use straight, pure silver electrodes (all silver used must be at least 99.99% pure) placed directly into water; often times with the electrodes spaced haphazardly. While this method works, it is not ideal. Furthermore, some units are sold with the electrodes bent with top hooks, so that the electrodes sit on the edges of the glass containers. This is not correct, as it changes the conductivity of the water around the rim.
Therefore, pay very careful attention to the electrode configuration. The more surface area of silver in the water, the better the production process. The placement of the electrodes is also important. The electrodes should be in the middle of the production vessel. The spacing of the electrodes is also critical. For units with no circulation, the electrodes should be evenly spaced, with an equal distance between electrodes and the sides of the "brewing" container.
What We Won't Include
Coyote ZEnterprizes Silverpuppy - Thermal Series 2 Colloidal Silver Generator
Sota Instruments Colloidal Silver Generator - The Silver Pulser and the Silver Pulser Lite colloidal silver generator
Biophysica Colloidal Silver and Gold Generators - CS2A, CS3A and CS12A - colloidal silver generators
Atlasnova Colloidal Silver Generators - Currently offers four colloidal silver generator models priced from about $80 to $270. Unlike the more automated units, these are more "geeky" colloidal silver generators.
SIS Machines - Silver Iontophoresis Devices - Based out of New Zealand, SIS has developed equipment that delivers silver ions into the body's tissues via an electrical current and silver nylon dressings. No doubt based on the work of Dr. Robert O. Becker and Dr. Bart Flick, these unique and amazing devices are useful for wound healing and infection treatment.
Looking for a tutorial on building / making your own colloidal silver generator? Read our "just the basics" tutorial.
Feel free to leave a comment below. Do you use a different generator than listed above? Feel free to tell us about it!
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